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Russian Revolution, Volume II: 1918-1921: from the Civil War to the Consolidation of Power

by William Henry Chamberlin Princeton Legacy Library
Pub Date:
10/1987
ISBN:
9780691607108
Format:
Pbk 586 pages
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This book is a richly detailed account of the Russian Revolution from the fall of the Tsar in March 1917 to the introduction of the New Economic Policy in March 1921. The author draws on interviews and on other kinds of now unavailable documents to produce a work that remains a unique view of early Soviet Russia. Originally published in 1987. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These paperback editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.


  • Frontmatter, pg. i
  • Contents, pg. v
  • Illustrations, pg. vii
  • Maps, pg. ix
  • Selected Bibliography of Recent Works on the Civil War, pg. xi
  • XX. The Clash with the Czechs and the Democratic Counterrevolution, pg. 1
  • XXI. The Revolution Arms Itself, pg. 25
  • XXII. The Most Critical Period, pg. 42
  • XXIII. Terror, Red and White, pg. 66
  • XXIV. The End of the Tsarist Family, pg. 84
  • XXV. War Communism, pg. 96
  • XXVI. The Turn of the Tide and the German Revolution, pg. 118
  • XXVII. Denikin and the Cossack Vendee, pg. 134
  • XXVIII. Allied Intervention, pg. 150
  • XXIX. The Rise and Fall of Kolchak, pg. 173
  • XXX. The New Revolutionary Offensive, pg. 206
  • XXXI. Ukraina, Whirlpool of Peasant Anarchism, pg. 221
  • XXXII. "Russia Shall Be Great, United, Undivided", pg. 242
  • XXXIII. The Decisive Campaigns of the Civil War, pg. 267
  • XXXIV. Mass Labor Conscription; War with Poland, pg. 291
  • XXXV. The Last Stand of the Whites, pg. 318
  • XXXVI. The Revolution and Daily Life, pg. 335
  • XXXVII. The Communist Party: Organizer of Victory, pg. 359
  • XXXVIII. The Drive for World Revolution, pg. 378
  • XXXIX. Minor Theatres of Revolution and Civil War, pg. 398
  • XL. The Crisis of War Communism: Kronstadt and Nep, pg. 430
  • XLI. The Revolution in Retrospect, pg. 451
  • Appendix. Documents of the Revolution, June 9, 1918-March 23, 1921, pg. 465
  • Bibliography, pg. 505
  • Chronological Table, pg. 525
  • Index, pg. 535