By Jonathan Smele
The Russian Revolution and Civil warfare within the years 1917 to 1921 is among the most generally studied classes in background. it's also a bit of necessarily one who has generated an enormous move of literature within the many years that experience handed because the occasions themselves. in spite of the fact that, previously, historians of the revolution have had no devoted bibliography of the interval and little declare to bibliographical keep an eye on over the literature. The Russian Revolution and Civil battle, 1917-1921offers for the 1st time a finished bibliographical consultant to this important and interesting interval of historical past. The Bibliography makes a speciality of the most important years of 1917 to 1921, beginning with the February Revolution of 1917 and concluding with the tenth get together Congress of March 1921, and covers all of the key occasions of the intervening years. As such it identifies those the most important years as anything greater than easily the construction of a communist nation.
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The volume is divided into two parts, covering the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, within which books are listed by country, then by subject. Some items are briefly annotated. Included is an author index. 26 Pitman, I. ) Russia/USSR: A Selective Bibliography of Books in English. Oxford: Clio Press, 1994. xxiv + 384 pp. A fully annotated list of 1,274 books in English relating to all aspects of Russian geography, history, demography, language, religion, politics, law, foreign relations, economics, culture, etc.
Essays on Revolutionary Culture and Stalinism. Columbus, OH: Slavica Publishers, 1990. pp. 80±97. Reviewing early Soviet writings on the socialist nature of the revolution and modern Western writings seeking to establish a continuity between the revolutionary and Stalinist periods of Soviet history, the author argues that 1917 was `a combination of an immature bourgeois revolution and a plebian revolution' and concludes that many authors have `exaggerated the connection . . between the Leninist and Stalinist periods'.
This extremely useful bibliography contains 12,152 references to books and articles in German, French, English, Italian, Dutch, Finnish and the Scandinavian languages, relating to the history of Eastern Europe (including Poland, Finland, the 2 Bibliographies of Published Works . 29 Baltic States, European and Asiatic Russia and Ukraine). Entries are subdivided geographically (and then by chronology and subject) and are fully indexed. Its successor volume is even more comprehensive, containing nearly eighteen thousand references: Schmidt, C.