5 edition of Russian Revolution found in the catalog.
Robert Hatch McNeal
|Series||Source problems in world civilization|
|LC Classifications||DK265.17 .M35|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||62|
|LC Control Number||59002128|
Conscription across Russia resulted in unwilling citizens being sent off to war. Eventually, Trotsky was exiled from the U. In Februarystriking workers elected deputies to represent them and socialist activists began organizing a citywide council to unite these deputies with representatives of the socialist parties. What could Kerensky have been thinking?
Russian troops stopped retreating, and there were even some modest successes in the offensives that were staged that year, albeit at great loss of life. Of the three-quarters of the population classified as peasants by a government census inthe vast majority were illiterate — very conservative people with a long tradition of highly centralized rule for whom drastic change mainly in the urban centers was deeply destabilizing. These staggering losses played a definite role in the mutinies and revolts that began to occur. On March 11, the troops of the Petrograd army garrison were called out to quell the uprising. Rampant discontent lowered morale, which was further undermined by a series of military defeats. This book is a slice of intensified history—history as I saw it.
There was enormous discontent with Russia's involvement in the war, and many were calling for an end to it. Ill-equipped and poorly led, Russian armies suffered catastrophic losses in campaign after campaign against German armies. Growing numbers of socialists and lower-class Russians viewed the government less as a force in support of their needs and interests. The leaders of the Petrograd Soviet believed that they represented particular classes of the population, not the whole nation.
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His self-deprecatory account of the February outbreak conveys his style of writing: Tuesday, 21 Feb Inthings took a critical turn for the worse when Germany shifted its focus of attack to the Eastern front.
One of the Tsar's principal rationales for risking war in was his desire to restore the prestige that Russia had lost amid the debacles of the Russo-Japanese War Instead of restoring Russia's political and military standing, World War I led to the slaughter of Russian troops and military defeats that undermined both the monarchy and Russian society to the point of collapse.
October Revolution Main article: October Revolution The October Revolution, night to Wednesday 7 November according to the modern Gregorian calendar and night to Wednesday 25 October according to the Julian calendar at the time in tsarist Russia, was organized by the Bolshevik party.
These problems are widely discussed, but before one can accept or reject these ideas, he must understand the full significance of his decision. The confessions and executions of the animals reflect the various purges and "show trials" that Stalin conducted to rid himself of any possible threat of dissention.
The subsequent governments were coalitions. The U. The Russian Empire was an agglomeration of diverse ethnicities that had demonstrated significant signs of disunity in the years before the First World War.
Whether due more to a loss of nerve than bad planning, the mobs dissipated and the Bolshevik leaders were arrested.
By the spring ofthe army was in steady retreat, which was not always orderly; desertion, plundering, and chaotic flight were not uncommon. None of them, however, was able to cope adequately with the major problems afflicting the country: peasant land seizures, nationalist independence movements in non-Russian areas, and the collapse of army morale at the front.
The Duma formed a provisional government on March Reed would not receive his materials until seven months later in November. Sashenka by Simon Sebag Montefiore The story of Sashenka, Rasputin, conspiracy and a half century following the revolution.
By the end ofonly five months into the war, aroundRussian men had lost their lives and nearly 1, were injured.
It is utterly gripping. A serious and measured exposition of the terms on which arguments for socialist strategy currently move. In the decades that followed, the tragedies of the Revolution never completely left my mind, for October had been a formative event for my generation and its ghosts stalked the streets of Paris, Saigon and Prague in Some years later the British Communists, having destroyed the original edition of the book as completely as they could, issued a garbled version from which they had eliminated mentions of Trotsky and also omitted the introduction written by Lenin.
These staggering losses played a definite role in the mutinies and revolts that began to occur. These shortages were a problem especially in the capital, St. They also believed Russia was not ready for socialism. As Napoleon gains control under the guise of improving the animals' lives, Stalin used a great deal of propaganda — symbolized by Squealer in the novel — to present himself as an idealist working for change.
The army quickly ran short of rifles and ammunition as well as uniforms and foodand by mid, men were being sent to the front bearing no arms.revolution is for us first of all a history of the forcible book which give a short outline of the development of Russian society and its inner forces.
We venture to hope that the inevitable schematism of these chapters will not repel the reader. In the further development of the book he. Nov 07, · Women, Resistance and Revolution is an invaluable historical study, as well as a trove of anecdote and example fit to inspire today’s generation of feminist thinkers and activists.
Women in Russia Before and After the Revolution by Sheila Rowbotham - read an extract from this book. The Russian Revolution, which was one of the most radical turning points in Russia’s 1,year history and eventually led to the formation of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) inis considered to be one of the most significant events of the twentieth century.
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Sep 01, · The Russian Revolution is an enormous subject, and to write a short and authoritative book on it is very difficult indeed. Sean McMeekin brings many gifts to the task, not the least of which is that he can describe crowd scenes with immediacy/5(48).
Mar 25, · The book’s success was celebrated by the entry of a new word into the Russian lexicon: oblomovism, which became a term of abuse for the class that helped the autocracy survive for so long. The Russian Revolution of began in St. Petersburg on Jan.
22 (Jan. 9, O.S.) when troops fired on a defenseless crowd of workers, who, led by a priest, were marching to the Winter Palace to petition Czar Nicholas II. This "bloody Sunday" was followed in succeeding months by a series of strikes, riots, assassinations, naval mutinies, and.