A History of Soviet Russia: The Bolshevik Revolution, 1917-1923 Volume 1
1917-23 covers the period up to Lenin's first withdrawal from the political scene in the Spring of 1923. Writing in The Spectator, Max Beloff said: 'This is by itself far and away the most important book on a Soviet theme that has yet appeared in the English language.'
- Hardback | 430 pages
- 140 x 216 x 40mm | 680g
- 30 Nov 1978
- Palgrave MacMillan
- Basingstoke, United Kingdom
About Edward Hallett Carr
E.H. CARR who died in 1982 at the age of ninety was a Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, UK, and an Honorary Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford, UK. His books include International Relations between the Two World Wars 1919-1939, The Twenty Years' Crisis 1919-1939, Nationalism and After, The New Society, What is History?, 1917: Before and After, Michael Bakunin, The Russian Revolution From Lenin to Stalin 1917-1929, the fourteen volume History of Soviet Russia and The Twilight of the Comintern 1930-1935.
Table of contents
PART 1: THE MAN AND THE INSTRUMENT The Foundations of Bolshevism Bolsheviks and Mensheviks 1905 and After From February to October PART 2: THE CONSTITUTIONAL STRUCTURE The Two Revolutions The Constitution of the RSFSR Consolidating the Dictatorship The Ascendancy of the Party Party and State PART 3: DISPERSAL AND REUNION Policy, Doctrine, Machinery Self-Determination in Practice The Balance-Sheet of Self Determination Through Alliance to Federation The Constitution of the USSR List of Abbreviations