REFLECTIONS ON THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION. The Russian Revolution of 1917 was not an event or even a process, but a sequence of disruptive and violent acts that occurred
How historians narrate 1917 tells us as much about their politics as it does about what we can learn from the revolution’s failures.
Russian Revolution of 1917: two revolutions, the first of which, in February (March, New Style), overthrew the imperial government and the second of which, in October
Russian Revolution of 1905: uprising that was instrumental in convincing Tsar Nicholas II to attempt the transformation of the Russian government from an autocracy
The popular perception of the Russian Revolution in the Western world (and therefore most college textbooks) has typically followed the liberal interpretation.
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Intriguing insights into Russia’s 1917 Revolution are on display in a new exhibition at the British Library.
Here you will find a variety of links to primary sources, pages dedicated to the House of Romanov, e-texts, as well as interpretative essays on the Revolution itself
A summary of A Century of Unrest in History SparkNotes’s The Russian Revolution (1917–1918). Learn exactly what happened in this chapter, scene, or section of The
Abstract. The Russian Revolution of 1917 involved the collapse of an empire under Tsar Nicholas II and the rise of Marxian socialism under Lenin and his Bolsheviks.