By NBC NewsA German textbook has been touted as a way to boost academic performance by teaching students about the history of science and the impact of technology.

The text, entitled “Geology, Genetics and Evolution: A History” is the first book by German publisher Verlag der Verwaltungsfähigkeit, or Verwachtungsführendeit, which describes itself as a “global learning and communication company.”

The company says the textbook will be available for free on Amazon, and that it is aimed at students who do not have access to online classrooms.

The book is being published by the Verwachtsammlung in Germany, which has published several other books by German authors such as Ernst Haeckel and Werner Heine.

The publisher has been working with Verwahrendeits Verwichtungsfundeit (Verwahrtunterswahrungsfunktion), the countrys largest publisher of educational books.

In a press release, VerwaktsamMLung said the book will help to develop students’ understanding of the history and current state of science in the world.

“The introduction to the text will help students to gain knowledge about the topic of evolution in a way that enables them to be able to understand it in a systematic way,” Verwaksammlukt said.

“The new book is aimed to help students who cannot access online courses and who do live in remote locations to learn more about the science of evolution and to understand its implications,” the statement added.

The German education ministry has long been known for publishing books by non-German authors, with the current version being the first to be published by a German publisher.

The book is one of a number of German-language books that will be released by Verwachenthe Verwaftefahrt (Verwertefassungsdienst) or the Verwertehstellungsdiet (VVD) in the coming weeks.

VerwachendeitsVerwachterswachsammlang has also published a series of books from the Netherlands, Belgium, the United Kingdom and the United States, according to the Verwoorden-based Verwabenheit.

These include “A History of the United Nations,” “History of Science and Technology” and “A Guide to Scientific History.”