Three “Whys” of the Russian Revolution


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This subject of this book “is the Russian Revolution,” arguably the most important event of the twentieth century. It is considered [the author’s] judgement that, had it not been for the Russian Revolution, there would very likely have been no National Socialism; probably no Second World War and no decolonization; and certainly no Cold War, which once dominated our lives.”

Pages: 96

Pages: 96

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America’s foremost authority on Russian communism–the author of the definitive studies The Russian Revolution and Russia Under the Bolshevik Regime–now addresses the enigmas of that country’s 70-year enthrallment with communism. Succinct, lucidly argued, and lively in its detail, this book offers a brilliant summation of the life’s work of a master historian.

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