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Was revolution inevitable? : turning points of the Russian Revolution
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Éditeur Oxford University Press
Année copyright 2017
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Was revolution inevitable? : turning points of the Russian Revolution
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1 vol. (XVII-364 pages) : map ; 24 cm
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Notes bibliogr. Index
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Classification Dewey
947.084
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Chronology ; Introduction / Tony Brenton ; 1900-1920. Foreign intervention : The long view / Dominic Lieven ; September 1911. The assassination of Stolypin / Simon Dixon ; June 1914. Grigory Rasputin and the outbreak of the first World War / Douglas Smith ; March 1917. The last Tsar / Donald Crawford ; April-July 1917. Enter Lenin / Sean McMeekin ; August 1917. The Kornilov Affair : a tragedy of errors / Richard Pipes ; October 1917. The 'harmless drunk' : Lenin and the October Insurrection / Orlando Figes ; January 1918. The short life and early death of Russian democracy : the Duma and the Constituent Assembly / Tony Brenton ; July 1918. Rescuing the Tsar and his family / Edvard Radzinsky ; August 1918. Fanny Kaplan's attempt to kill Lenin / Martin Sixsmith ; November 1918. Sea change in the Civil War / Evan Mawdsley ; March 1920. The fate of the Soviet countryside / Erik C. Landis ; February 1922. The "Bolshevik Reformation" / Catriona Kelly ; 1917-1922. The rise of Leninism : the death of political pluralism in the post-revolutionary Bolshevik Party / Richard Sakwa ; Afterword: Lenin and yesterday's utopia / Tony Brenton ; Dramatis personae
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978-0-19-065891-5
0-19-065891-6
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