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The Russian Revolution, 1917 ❮Reading❯ ➷ The Russian Revolution, 1917 ➯ Author Rex A. Wade – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Combining his own long term study of the revolution with the best of contemporary scholarship Rex Wade presents a revised and expanded account of one of the pivotal events of modern history in this se Combining his own long term study of the revolution with the best of contemporary scholarship Rex Wade presents a revised and expanded account of one of the pivotal events of modern history in this second edition Within an overall narrative that provides a clear description of therevolution, he introduces several new The Russian PDF/EPUB ² approaches on its political history and complexity Wade discredits many of the myths and misconceptions that have clouded studies of the period He also considers the social history of the revolution and incorporates people and places too often left out of the story, including women, national minority peoples, and peasantry front soldiers.

  • Hardcover
  • 347 pages
  • The Russian Revolution, 1917
  • Rex A. Wade
  • English
  • 28 July 2019
  • 0521841550

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10 thoughts on “The Russian Revolution, 1917

  1. Amber Amber says:

    3.5

  2. Casey Wellock Casey Wellock says:

    This is the second best book I ve read that gives an overview of the Russian Revolution I ve read way too many books on this, so that is high praise Sheila Fitzpatrick gets the one spot, but Wade dominates without question Ending the book with the dispersal of the Constituent Assembly is righteous That is the beginning of the end of democracy in Russia Wade s take on Lenin offers a bit of a contrast to people like Lars Lih He chooses to emphasize the power hungry, violent, centralizing Len This is the second best book I ve read that gives an overview of the Russian Revolution I ve read way too many books on this, so that is high praise Sheila Fitzpatrick gets the one spot, but Wade dominates without question Ending the book with the dispersal of the Constituent Assembly is righteous That is the beginning of the end of democracy in Russia Wade s take on Lenin offers a bit of a contrast to people like Lars Lih He chooses to emphasize the power hungry, violent, centralizing Lenin but never falls into the traps Lih has so successfully criticized in his take on the flaws of the textbook version of Lenin Wade s Lenin was not an autocrat from birth, but neither was he a pragmatic, yet still anti war socialist in the mold of Tsereteli who Wade rescues from obscurity There s a lot to love about this book I ll just add that the nationalities chapter is one of a kind in the attention it gives to people who are normally wholly written out of a Petrograd centered historiography

  3. Matt Matt says:

    Appreciate the scholarship of the book, but very hard to read Pretty much just information.

  4. Eric Rubio Eric Rubio says:

    An enjoyable read that weaves together the wide range of factors affecting the revolution.

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