This new collection of documents helps students understand the complex texture of Russian public rhetoric and popular debate during World War I and the 1917 Revolution. * More than 300 original documents from the national and local press and from unpublished provincial archival materials, all carefully edited and annotated and either translated into English for the first time or presented in new translations * A chronology of major events in Russia for the period from summer 1914 to mid-January 1918 * Cartoons that appeared in the national and local press in 1917 * A map of Russia in 1917 showing the locations of important cities and geographical featuresThere were moments in the great French Revolutiona#39;s history similar to what we are now experiencing. ... In this 24 June 1917 essay, he lampoons a senior Menshevik defensist, Aleksandr Potresov, whom he calls a asocial patriotaaa derisiveanbsp;...
|Title||:||Competing Voices from the Russian Revolution|
|Author||:||Michael C. Hickey|
|Publisher||:||ABC-CLIO - 2011|