'Outstanding personalities of modern times’
(Laureates of EBA. 2000-2020)
Publisher – editorial board of the ‘Socrates Almanac’
Full-colour edition of the format - 70x100 / 12, 390 pages, hard cover, dust cover. Enamelled stock 130g/m². The circulation is formed by the preliminary order of participants.
Some copies of the book will be sent to the libraries of Oxford, Cambridge and other famous universities.
The publication will be registered in the UK.
Preface. Introductory article. Welcome forewords from 5-6 speakers.
One page with information
- Information about the EBA laureates with photos.
- - Two-page opening – one page is for the information about the participant and second page is for full-colour photos
- - One page with information and photo of the participant
- Information about the company member
- - Two-page opening – one page is for the information about the company and second page is for full-colour photos
- Advertising article.
'World Awards in the Masterpieces of Timeless Art'
It comprises many genres: phaleristics, medallic art, painting and general history of various organizations relating to the chosen subject of the book.
Our publication is, perhaps, the first event in world historiography that aims to collect and unite information about the modern award system of all countries, to give a description of significant orders of the royal and imperial courts, to inform about prominent representatives of the medallic art, to recall those museums the collections comprised of orders and medals from every corner of the world, as well as to laud the most significant representatives of religion, auctions, show business and award business.
Editor: Ben Harris
Collective body: A. Venevtseva, A. Savvov, B. Levchenko, I. Solonukha, L. Chelombitko, N. Matyuh, O.Shustakov, O. Bozhko, V. Reznikov
Photography: M. Phelps
Design and layout: G. Kravets, V. Nosan
Publisher: Europe Business Assembly
Amount of pages: 540
Pictures: Full colour
Format: 289х279 mm
Book cover: Hard cover, dust wrapper
Paper: enameled stock
Weight: 3200 gr
ISBN 978-0-9929112-3-2 (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland);
ISBN 966-978-372-714-1 (Ukraine).
Type: PaperCirculation: 500 copies