The Russian Revolution, 1917

Author: Rex A. Wade

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1107130328

Category: History

Page: 356

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Rex A. Wade presents an essential overview of the Russian Revolution from its beginning in February 1917, through the numerous political crises under Kerensky, to the victory of Lenin and the Bolsheviks in the October Revolution. This thoroughly revised and expanded third edition introduces students to new approaches to the Revolution's political history and clears away many of the myths and misconceptions that have clouded studies of the period. It also gives due space to the social history of the Revolution, incorporating people and places too often left out of the story, including women, national minority peoples, peasantry, and front soldiers. The third edition has been updated to include new scholarship on topics such as the coming of the Revolution and the beginning of Bolshevik rule, as well as the Revolution's cultural context. This highly readable book is an invaluable guide to one of the most important events of modern history.

Revolutionary Russia

New Approaches to the Russian Revolution of 1917

Author: Rex A. Wade

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 113439764X

Category: History

Page: 304

View: 1586

This collection presents the major recent writings on the Russian Revolution and its context. It brings together key texts to illustrate new interpretive approaches and covers the central topics and themes. Together, the chapters in this volume form a coherent representation of both the events and the theories and debates that relate to them.

Jenseits der Metropolen

Öffentlichkeit und Lokalpolitik im Gouvernement Saratov (1890-1914)

Author: Kirsten Bönker

Publisher: Böhlau Verlag Köln Weimar

ISBN: 3412204870

Category: Municipal government

Page: 508

View: 5815

The Russian Revolution and Civil War 1917-1921

An Annotated Bibliography

Author: Jonathan Smele

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 1441119922

Category: History

Page: 656

View: 5383

The Russian Revolution and Civil War in the years 1917 to 1921 is one of the most widely studied periods in history. It is also somewhat inevitably one that has generated a huge flow of literature in the decades that have passed since the events themselves. However, until now, historians of the revolution have had no dedicated bibliography of the period and little claim to bibliographical control over the literature. The Russian Revolution and Civil War, 1917-1921offers for the first time a comprehensive bibliographical guide to this crucial and fascinating period of history. The Bibliography focuses on the key years of 1917 to 1921, starting with the February Revolution of 1917 and concluding with the 10th Party Congress of March 1921, and covers all the key events of the intervening years. As such it identifies these crucial years as something more than simply the creation of a communist state.


Die Welt der katholischen Erneuerung, 1540-1770

Author: R. Po-chia Hsia

Publisher: N.A


Category: Church renewal

Page: 271

View: 680

Voices of Revolution, 1917

Author: Mark D. Steinberg

Publisher: Yale University Press

ISBN: 9780300101690

Category: History

Page: 404

View: 5650

This book gives voice to the experiences, thoughts, and feelings of ordinary Russian people - workers, peasants, soldiers - as expressed in their own words during the vast upheavals of 1917. The documents in the volume are selected from the State Archive of the Russian Federation in Moscow and other Russian collections and most have never been published before. They include letters from individuals to newspapers, institutions, or leaders; collective resolutions and appeals; and even poetry written by self-taught, lower-class authors.


Eine Biographie

Author: Oleg Chlewnjuk

Publisher: Siedler Verlag

ISBN: 3641153492

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 592

View: 5461

Der Diktator und seine Herrschaft. Ein neuer Blick auf Stalin. Am Morgen des 1. März 1953, kurz nachdem er seinen engsten Führungszirkel verabschiedet hat, erleidet Josef Stalin in seiner Datscha bei Moskau einen Schlaganfall. Wenige Tage später ist er tot. Oleg Chlewnjuk, einer der führenden Stalinismus-Experten, nimmt diese letzten Lebenstage zum Ausgangspunkt einer beeindruckenden Biographie – auf Grundlage bisher unbekannter Quellen aus sowjetischen Archiven eröffnet sie einen neuen Blick auf den Diktator und seine Herrschaft. So spiegelt sich in Stalins letzten Tagen nicht nur der eigentümliche Charakter seines Regimes, auch seine intimste Umgebung gerät ins Blickfeld. Die Phase des Abschieds erschließt zudem eine neue Perspektive auf die wichtigsten Stationen seines Lebens: Kindheit und Jugend in Georgien, der Weg vom jungen Revolutionär zum politischen Führer und grausamen Despoten, der Kampf gegen Nazi-Deutschland, der Beginn des Kalten Krieges. Chlewnjuk durchleuchtet die elitären Machtzirkel des Kremls, die Stalin umgeben – und zeigt damit, wie untrennbar die Person des Diktators mit der Geschichte des sowjetischen Terrors verknüpft ist.

100 Jahre Roter Oktober

Zur Weltgeschichte der Russischen Revolution

Author: Jan Claas Behrends,Nikolaus Katzer,Thomas Lindenberger

Publisher: Ch. Links Verlag

ISBN: 3862843823

Category: History

Page: 352

View: 7574

Im Jahr 2017 jährt sich die Russische Revolution zum 100. Mal – ein Jubiläum, das dazu einlädt, über die globale Wirkungsgeschichte der Ereignisse um die kommunistische Machtübernahme im November 1917 in Petrograd nachzudenken. Von Anbeginn war die Deutung jener "10 Tage, die die Welt erschütterten" (John Reed) hoch umstritten: Handelte es sich um einen Staatsstreich, einen Volksaufstand oder die lang ersehnte sozialistische Revolution? Vom Jahr 1917 und seinen runden Jahrestagen ausgehend behandeln Autorinnen und Autoren aus Deutschland, Russland, Großbritannien, den USA, Polen und Spanien das Verhältnis vom Mythos des Roten Oktober zur welthistorischen Erfahrung kommunistischer Herrschaft im 20. und 21. Jahrhundert. So entsteht in elf Essays ein vielschichtiges Panorama der Wirkungsmacht der Russischen Revolution, das von 1917 bis in unsere Zeit reicht.


Author: American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies

Publisher: N.A



Page: N.A

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The Oxford Illustrated History of the First World War

New Edition

Author: Hew Strachan

Publisher: OUP Oxford

ISBN: 0191640417

Category: History

Page: 416

View: 3895

The First World War, now a century ago, still shapes the world in which we live, and its legacy lives on, in poetry, in prose, in collective memory and political culture. By the time the war ended in 1918, millions lay dead. Three major empires lay shattered by defeat, those of Germany, Austria-Hungary, and the Ottomans. A fourth, Russia, was in the throes of a revolution that helped define the rest of the twentieth century. The Oxford History of the First World War brings together in one volume many of the most distinguished historians of the conflict, in an account that matches the scale of the events. From its causes to its consequences, from the Western Front to the Eastern, from the strategy of the politicians to the tactics of the generals, they chart the course of the war and assess its profound political and human consequences. Chapters on economic mobilization, the impact on women, the role of propaganda, and the rise of socialism establish the wider context of the fighting at sea and in the air, and which ranged on land from the trenches of Flanders to the mountains of the Balkans and the deserts of the Middle East. First published for the 90th anniversary of the 1918 Armistice, this highly illustrated revised edition contains significant new material to mark the 100th anniversary of the war's outbreak.

After Oriental Despotism

Eurasian Growth in a Global Perspective

Author: Alessandro Stanziani

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 1472522656

Category: History

Page: 192

View: 4266

The concepts of economic backwardness, Asiatic despotism and orientalism have strongly influenced perceptions of modernization, democracy and economic growth over the last three centuries. This book provides an original view of Russian and Asian history that views both in a global perspective. Via this analysis, Alessandro Stanziani opens new dimensions in the study of state formation, the global slave trade, warfare and European and Asian growth. After Oriental Despotism questions conventional oppositions between Europe and Asia. By revisiting the history of Eurasia in this context, the book offers a serious challenge to existing ideas about the aims and goals of economic growth.

Slavic Review

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A


Category: Electronic journals

Page: N.A

View: 9148

Political Religion Beyond Totalitarianism

The Sacralization of Politics in the Age of Democracy

Author: J. Augusteijn,P. Dassen,M. Janse

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 1137291729

Category: History

Page: 273

View: 7707

The success of fascist and communist regimes has long been explained by their ability to turn political ideology into a type of religion. These innovative essays explore the notion that all forms of modern mass-politics, including democracies, need a form of sacralization to function.

The European City and Green Space

London, Stockholm, Helsinki and St. Petersburg, 1850-2000

Author: Peter Clark

Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.

ISBN: 9780754654292

Category: Political Science

Page: 318

View: 5508

This book explores the multiplicity of green space developments in the modern city and the many influences shaping their evolution. Focusing on four northern European metropoles: London, Stockholm, Helsinki and St Petersburg, it examines how each has resp

AATSEEL's Newsletter

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A


Category: Slavic languages

Page: N.A

View: 4610

Historical Concepts Between Eastern and Western Europe

Author: Manfred Hildermeier

Publisher: Berghahn Books

ISBN: 9781845452735

Category: History

Page: 123

View: 7548

More than a decade after the breakdown of the Soviet Empire and the reunification of Europe, historiographies and historical concepts still stood very much apart. This book talks about how there were no common efforts for joint interpretations and no attempts to reach a common understanding of central notions and concepts.