Penguin History of Modern Russia: From Tsarism to the Twenty-first Century [Pehme köide]

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  • Ilmumisaeg: 24-Sep-2015
  • Kirjastus: Penguin Books Ltd
  • ISBN-10: 0141981547
  • ISBN-13: 9780141981543
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  • Formaat: Paperback, 768 pages, kõrgus x laius x paksus: 198x129x32 mm, kaal: 522 g
  • Ilmumisaeg: 24-Sep-2015
  • Kirjastus: Penguin Books Ltd
  • ISBN-10: 0141981547
  • ISBN-13: 9780141981543
Russia's recent past has encompassed revolution, civil war, mass terror and two world wars, and the country is still undergoing huge change. In his acclaimed history, now updated to 2015, Robert Service provides a superb panoramic viewpoint on Russia, exploring the complex, changing interaction between rulers and ruled from Nicholas II, Lenin and Stalin through to Gorbachev, Yeltsin, Putin and beyond. This new edition also discusses Russia's unresolved economic and social difficulties and its determination to regain its leading role on the world stage and explains how, despite the recent years of de-communization, the seven decades of communist rule which penetrated every aspect of life still continue to influence Russia today.

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A remarkable work ... [ it] demands to be read -- Adam Zamoyski * Spectator *

Acknowledgements vii
A Note on Transliteration xi
Maps
1 The Russian Empire in 1900 xiii
2 The Soviet Union, 1924--1936 xv
3 The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe after 1945 xvii
4 The Commonwealth of Independent States in 1997 xix
5 The Russian Federation in 1997 xxi
Introduction xxiii
1 And Russia? 1900--1914
1(23)
2 The Fall of the Romanovs 1914--1917
24(21)
PART ONE
3 Conflicts and Crises 1917
45(17)
4 The October Revolution 1917--1918
62(19)
5 New World, Old World
81(20)
6 Civil Wars 1918--1921
101(22)
7 The New Economic Policy 1921--1928
123(27)
8 Leninism and its Discontents
150(19)
PART TWO
9 The First Five-Year Plan 1928--1932
169(21)
10 Fortresses under Storm: Culture, Religion, Nation
190(20)
11 Terror upon Terror 1934--1938
210(25)
12 Coping with Big Brothers
235(19)
13 The Second World War 1939--1945
254(21)
Coda
14 Suffering and Struggle 1941--1945
275(18)
PART THREE
15 The Hammers of Peace 1945--1953
293(21)
16 The Despot and his Masks
314(17)
17 `De-Stalinization' 1953--1961
331(25)
18 Hopes Unsettled 1961--1964
356(20)
19 Stabilization 1964--1970
376(21)
PART FOUR
20 `Developed Socialism' 1970--1982
397(15)
21 Privilege and Alienation
412(16)
22 Towards Reform 1982--1985
428(20)
23 Glasnost and Perestroika 1986--1988
448(19)
24 Imploding Imperium 1989
467(18)
25 Hail and Farewell 1990--1991
485(26)
PART FIVE
26 Power and the Market 1992--1993
511(20)
27 The Lowering of Expectations 1994--1999
531(18)
28 Experimenting with Retrenchment (2000--2008)
549(18)
29 And Russia? (from 2009)
567(18)
Afterword 585(10)
Notes 595(38)
Bibliography 633(40)
Index 673
Robert Service is professor of Russian History at Oxford University, a fellow of St Antony's College and an associate fellow of the Hoover Institution. His other books include biographies of Lenin, Stalin and Trotsky, a textbook on the Russian Revolution and Russia: Experiment with a People, from 1991 to the Present as well asComrades. Communism: A World History. He writes and broadcasts for the media and is a fellow of the British Academy.

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