It is well known to students of the Russian revolution that the breakdown of the supply system was one of the most significant ... This problem is treated in the third essay, and it is hoped that the introductory section to the essay on the railways may serve as a useful background to the supply question as well. ... 1 788 witnessed the revolt of the French aristocracy, but by 1790 Lafayette was still supreme.
|Title||:||The spread of the Russian revolution|
|Author||:||Roger William Pethybridge|
|Publisher||:||Macmillan ; [New York] : St. Martin's Press - 1972|