Russia and Revolution Russia and Revolution Keynotes

Keynotes (Second Edition)

by Anthony Lynch

ISBN 978-0-9757457-5-5

RRP: $45.00 AUD

Russia and Revolution focuses on the dramatic history of the Russian Revolution from the 1890s to the outbreak of the Second World War. Key topics examined include the collapse of Tsarist Russia in 1917, the tumultuous events of the revolutions that followed, the seizure of power by Lenin and the Bolsheviks and the eventual transformation of Russia into a Soviet dictatorship. Between 1890 and 1939 a number of individuals such as Tsar Nicholas, Vladimir Lenin, Alexander Kerensky and Josef Stalin, played key roles in the dramatic events that changed the course of history. Russia and Revolution also devotes special attention to the lives of Leon Trotsky and Alexandra Kollontai, providing the opportunity for students to understand the strengths and weaknesses of two controversial revolutionaries.

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