Competing Voices from the Russian Revolution

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Michael C. Hickey
ABC-CLIO, 2011 - 599 strán (strany)

How better to understand history than through the words of those who lived it? Competing Voices from the Russian Revolution: Fighting Words presents documents that underscore the extraordinary richness of public discussion about key events and issues during the 1917 Russian Revolution, one of the pivotal events in modern history. Carefully edited and annotated, the documents help clarify the issues while revealing the broad range of ways in which Russians understood the events unfolding around them.

Focusing on public rhetoric and debate in Russia from the outbreak of World War I in 1914 through the dissolution of the Constituent Assembly in January 1918, the documents present the views not only of key political figures, but also of ordinary men and women--mothers, soldiers, factory workers, peasants, students, businesspeople, and educated professionals.

 

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FEBRUARYJULY 1917
63
JULYOCTOBER 1917
263
THE FIRST MONTHS OF SOVIET RULE OCTOBER 1917JANUARY 1918
447
END MATTER
529
INDEX
589
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Michael C. Hickey, PhD, is professor of history at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania in Bloomsburg, PA.

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