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A short history of the Russian Revolution : from 1905 to the present day / by R. Page Arnot
Bib ID 1444704
Format BookBook
Author
Arnot, Robert Page, 1890-1986
 
Edition Left Book Club ed. 
Description London : Victor Gollancz, 1937 
2 v. (96, 95 p.) ; 19 cm. 
Series

New people's library ; vol. 4, 6.

Full contents
  • v. 1. From 1905 to February 1917
  • v. 2. From February 1917 to the present day.
 
Notes

Includes indexes.

Subjects Soviet Union -- History.  |  Soviet Union -- Politics and government.

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