Twentieth Century Russia: Ninth Edition
Westview Press | 1999-11-25 | ISBN: 0813336724 | 544 pages | PDF | 55 MB
This classic work by the late Donald Treadgold, one of the most distinguished Russian historians of his generation, stands as the fullest, most comprehensive text available on twentieth century Russian history. Providing a comprehensive overview of the political, economic and cultural institutions of Imperial Russia, it traces the wrenching transformations of Russian society in the opening decades of this century, the emergence of Leninism within Russian Marxism and the broader Russian revolutionary movement, and Lenin's seizure of power in the aftermath of the February Revolution of 1917. It then follows the course of the consolidation of communist power in Russia, the creation of the Soviet Union, and the record of communist rule from the 20's to the collapse of communist power in 1991. The work is especially notable for its comprehensive coverage of political, social, economic and cultural changes, and of foreign and revolutionary policy. The ninth edition of Twentieth Century Russia adds to the extensive revisions of previous editions a major chapter on the sweeping changes in Russia in the Yeltsin era by Herbert Ellison.
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