By Theodore R. Weeks
- Provides a coherent evaluate of Russia's improvement from 1861 via to 1945
- Reflects the most recent scholarship via taking a thematic method of Russian historical past and bridging the ‘revolutionary divide’ of 1917
- Covers political, monetary, cultural, and way of life concerns in the course of a interval of significant adjustments in Russian history
- Addresses in the course of the range of nationwide teams, cultures, and religions within the Russian Empire and USSR
- Shows how the unconventional rules followed after 1917 either replaced Russia and perpetuated an financial and political stress that maintains to persuade smooth society
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Across the Revolutionary Divide: Russia and the USSR, 1861-1945 (Blackwell History of Russia) by Theodore R. Weeks