From Tsar to Soviets : the Russian people and their revolution, 1917-21

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From Tsar to Soviets : the Russian people and their revolution, 1917-21

Christopher Read

UCL Press, 1996

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注記

Bibliography: p. 315-322

Includes index

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内容説明

Written from the perspective of the factory worker and peasant at the ground level, this study of Russia during the Revolution 1917-21 aims to shed light on the realities of living through and participating in these tumultuous events. The book is intended for undergraduate courses in history, Soviet studies, and politics.

目次

  • Part 1 Collapse of a system: why was Russia revolutionary?
  • the revolution of 1905 and after
  • the contours of national politics - Petrograd, the provisional government and the Soviet
  • streets, factories, workshops, mines
  • fields, forests, villages, estates
  • barracks, battleships, the line. Part 2 Constructing a new order: the popular movement and the political parties
  • the contours of national politics, 1917-21
  • the Bolshevik dictatorship
  • the popular movement in the revolutionary war
  • anti-Bolshevik insurrections
  • the end of the revolution
  • conclusion - revolutions in collision.

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