Peace, Land, Bread?
A History of the Russian RevolutionUnknown - 1996
Drawing on the latest scholarship, each volume in the World History Library set explores important eras and events, explaining not only what happened but why. Coverage begins by presenting the political, economic, and social background of the country or region at the start of the period. The engaging, clearly written narrative then goes on to describe critical events and themes. This volume examines the turbulent and destructive period between the revolt against the autocracy of the tsar and the rise to power of Joseph Stalin. It details why peaceful reform in the country became impossible and revolution inevitable.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Facts on File, 1996
Branch Call Number: 947.0841 VAI 1996
Characteristics: 148 p. : ill. ; 24 cm