By Michael C. Hickey
This new selection of records is helping scholars comprehend the complicated texture of Russian public rhetoric and well known debate in the course of global warfare I and the 1917 Revolution.
• greater than three hundred unique records from the nationwide and native press and from unpublished provincial archival fabrics, all rigorously edited and annotated and both translated into English for the 1st time or offered in new translations
• A chronology of significant occasions in Russia for the interval from summer season 1914 to mid-January 1918
• Cartoons that seemed within the nationwide and native press in 1917
• A map of Russia in 1917 exhibiting the destinations of vital towns and geographical features
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