From Tsar To Soviets: Russian People and Their Revolution, by Christopher Reed

By Christopher Reed

Written from the point of view of the manufacturing unit employee and peasant on the floor point, this research of Russia throughout the Revolution 1917-21 goals to make clear the realities of residing via and taking part in those tumultuous occasions. The booklet is meant for undergraduate classes in historical past, Soviet reports, and politics.

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