eBook Russian Revolution of 1917: The Essential Reference Guide, 1st Edition

  • Sean N. Kalic
  • Gates M. Brown
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  • ISBN-10: 1440850933
  • ISBN-13: 9781440850936
  • DDC: 947.084
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 257 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2017 | Published/Released January 2018
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2017
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Overview

Combining reference entries and examination of primary documents from the Russian Revolution, this book gives students a better understanding of how and why political forces fought to reshape the Russian empire 100 years ago—and provides keen insights into the Soviet Union that resulted.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Dedication.
Contents.
Preface.
Introductory Essays.
A.
1: Alekseev, Mikhail Vasilievich (1857–1918).
2: Alexandra Fyodorovna, Tsarina (1872–1918).
3: Allied Intervention in Russia (1918–1922).
4: American Expeditionary Force, Siberia.
5: Anarchists.
6: Antonov-Ovseyenko, Vladimir (1883–1938).
7: April Theses.
8: Army, Soviet (Red Army; 1918–1991).
B.
9: Bloody Sunday.
10: Brest-Litovsk, Treaty of (March 3, 1918).
11: Brusilov Offensive (June 4–September 1, 1916).
12: Budenny, Semen Mikhailovich (1883–1973).
13: Bukharin, Nikolai (1888–1938).
14: Bullitt, William C. (1891–1967).
C.
15: Casualties, Russian Civil War (1917–1922).
16: Cheka (Chrezvychaynaya komissiya).
17: Churchill, Winston (1874–1965).
18: Cossacks.
19: Czech Legion (August 1914–December 1919).
D.
20: Denikin, Anton Ivanovich (1872–1947).
21: Duma.
22: Dzerzhinsky, Felix (1877–1926).
F.
23: February (March) Revolution (1917).
24: Frunze, Mikhail (1885–1925).
G.
25: Gapon, Father Georgy Apollonovich (1870–1906).
26: Golovin, Nikolai (1875–1944).
27: Goremykin, Ivan Logginovich (1839–1917).
28: Graves, William S. (1865–1940).
29: The Great Reforms.
30: Greens.
31: Guchkov, Alexander Ivanovich (1862–1936).
I.
32: Izvestia.
J.
33: Japanese Intervention in Siberia (1918–1922).
K.
34: Kadets (Constitutional Democratic Party).
35: Kaledin, Alexei Maximovich (1861–1918).
36: Kamenev, Lev (1883–1936).
37: Kanin, Vasily Aleksandrovich (1862–1927).
38: Kazakov, Alexander Aleksandrovich (1889–1919).
39: Kerensky, Alexander Fyodorovich (1881–1970).
40: Kerensky Offensive (July 1–19, 1917).
41: Kolchak, Alexander Vasilievich (1874–1920).
42: Kornilov, Lavr Georgievich (1870–1918).
43: Kornilov Rebellion (1917).
44: Krylenko, Nikolai Vasilievich (1885–1938).
L.
45: Labor Unions.
46: Lenin, Vladimir (1870–1924).
47: Litvinov, Maxim Maximovich (1876–1951).
48: Lloyd George, David (1863–1945).
49: Lvov, Prince Georgy Yevgenievich (1861–1925).
M.
50: Makhno, Nestor Ivanovich (1889–1935).
51: Makhnovites.
52: Marx, Karl (1818–1883).
53: Mensheviks.
54: Mikhail Alexandrovich, Grand Duke (1878–1918).
55: Miliukov, Pavel Nikolaevich (1859–1943).
56: Molotov, Vyacheslav (1890–1986).
N.
57: Narva, Battle of (1918).
58: Nicholas II, Tsar (1868–1918).
59: Nikolai Nikolaevich, Grand Duke (1856–1929).
O.
60: October (November) Revolution (1917).
61: Octobrists.
62: Order No. 1 (March 1, 1917).
63: Orel-Kursk, Battle of.
P.
64: Peasant Land Bank.
65: Petrograd Mutiny.
66: Pilsudski, Jozef (1867–1935).
67: Plekhanov, Georgi (1856–1918).
68: Pravda.
69: Prinkipo Conference.
70: Provisional Government.
R.
71: Rasputin, Grigory Yefimovich (1864?–1916).
72: Red Guards.
73: Red Terror.
74: Revolution of 1905.
75: Revolutionary Military Council.
76: Russian Civil War (1917–1922).
77: Russo-Polish War (February 1919–March 1921).
S.
78: Semenovites.
79: Shchepkin, N. N. (1854–1919).
80: Stalin, Joseph V. (1878–1953).
81: Stolypin, Pyotr Arkadievich (1861–1911).
T.
82: Tambov Rebellion (1920–1922).
83: Trotsky, Leon (1879–1940).
84: Tukhachevsky, Mikhail Nikolaevich (1893–1937).
V.
85: Volunteer Army.
W.
86: War Communism.
87: White Armies in the Russian Civil War (1917–1922).
88: Wilson, Woodrow (1856–1924).
89: Witte, Sergei Yulevich (1849–1915).
90: Women’s Battalions of Death (1917).
91: World War I, Russia in (1914–1917).
92: Wrangel, Pyotr Nikolaevich (1878–1928).
Y.
93: Yegorov, Alexander Ilyich (1883–1939).
94: Yudenich, Nikolai (1862–1933).
Z.
95: Zemstvo Union.
96: Zinoviev, Grigory (1883–1936).
Documents.
97: The 1905 Revolution.
98: The Program of the Social Democrats (1903).
99: The Program of the Social Revolutionaries (1905).
100: The Bloody Sunday Petition to the Tsar (1905).
101: The U.S. Ambassador’s Report on Bloody Sunday (1905).
102: Gapon’s Eyewitness Account of Bloody Sunday (1905).
103: Lenin’s View of Bloody Sunday (1905).
104: The Soviet Account of Bloody Sunday from 1938.
105: The October Manifesto (1905).
106: Lenin on the Unfolding of the 1905 Revolution (1905).
107: The Tsar Dissolves the Second State Duma (1907).
108: The 1917 Revolution.
109: Abdication of Nicholas (1917).
110: Abdication of Grand Duke Mikhail Alexandrovich (1917).
111: Lenin Calls for an Uprising (September 12–14, 1917).
112: The Decree on Peace (November 8, 1917).
113: Decree on the Press (November 9, 1917).
114: Declaration of the Rights of the Peoples of Russia (November 15, 1917).
115: Formation of the Red Army (January 28, 1918).
116: Compulsory Military Training (April 22, 1918).
117: On the Rights and Duties of Soviets (January 6, 1918).
118: The Russian Civil War (1917–1922).
119: Fighting in Sviyazhsk (August 13, 1918).
120: Fighting at Kazan (August 21, 1918).
121: Trotsky Insists on Stalin’s Recall (October 4, 1918).
122: Stalin Reports Victories at Tsaritsyn (October 23, 1918).
Chronology.
Bibliography.
Editors and Contributors.
About the Editors.
Index.