The Russian Revolution

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Oxford University Press, 1982 - Soviet Union - 181 pages
Now in a new edition, this provocative, highly readable work presents a fascinating look at events that culminated in the Russian Revolution. Focusing on the Revolution in its widest sense, Sheila Fitzpatrick covers not only the events of 1917 and what preceded them, but the social transformations brought about by the Bolsheviks.

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Historians often think that writing for a popular audience means using more adverbs and adjectives. Better is keeping it short and sweet, modest and elegantly structured, and most of all, offering ... Read full review

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I am reading this book again for perhaps the third time. This time, its because I am teaching the Russian Revolution to Year 12s and I need a recap. The best thing about recapping with Fitzpatrick is ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
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The Setting
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The Civil War
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Copyright

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