By Roger Pethybridge
This quantity, initially released in 1964, offers a chain of slides illustrating the foremost occasions of the Russian Revolution. collecting jointly many money owed from the memoirs of innumerable humans from each stroll of lifestyles and political mind set: communists and tsarists, overseas newshounds and ambassadors in Petrograd, Russian squaddies on the entrance and peasants within the nation-state. The bills of the witnesses let the reader to relive the chaos and the excessive drama of the revolution via their eyes and stories.
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Witnesses to the Russian Revolution: Volume 8 (Routledge Library Editions: The Russian Revolution) by Roger Pethybridge