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Sir Bernard Pares KBE (1 March 1867 – 17 April 1949) was an English historian and diplomat. During the First World War, He was seconded to the Foreign Ministry in Petrograd, Russia, where he reported political events back to London, and worked in propaganda. He returned to London as professor of Russian history. He is best known for his numerous books on Russia, especially his standard textbook, A History of Russia (1926), which had highly detailed coverage of the revolutionary era. He was a very active public speaker in the 1940s in support of Stalin's Soviet Union.

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by Pares, Bernard, 1867-1949
Harmondsworth, Middlesex : Penguin, 1941
by Pares, Bernard, 1867-1949
New York : Schocken Books, [1962]
by Pares, Bernard, 1867-1949
New York : The Macmillan Company, 1945,c1944
by Pares, Bernard, 1867-1949
[New York] : Mentor, [1949]
by Pares, Bernard, 1867-1949
Harmondsworth, Eng. : Allen Lane, Penguin Books, 1940
Uniform title: Basni. English
by Krylov, Ivan Andreevich, 1768-1844
London (England) : Jonathan Cape, 1926
BookBook [text, volume]
Chatham House, London : [publisher not identified], March 31, 1936
BookBook, OnlineOnline [text, online resource]
Chatham House, London : [publisher not identified], August 18, 1942
BookBook, OnlineOnline [text, online resource]
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