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The Russian Revolution and Bolshevik Victory: Causes and Processes

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Paperback, 216 pages
Published January 1st 1973 by D.C. Heath (first published December 1972)
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Jim Gallen
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This book is a collection of essays and excerpts from books by authors who have experienced or studied the Russian Revolution, its antecedents and aftermath. Among the writers are George Keenan, Leon Trotsky and the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. They are organized into three sections, “The March Revolution”, “From March To October” and “The Bolshevik Victory.”

The advantage of this work is that it presents a variety of views, both favorable and not and brings out details that are unlikely
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