Critical Companion to the Russian Revoultion 1914-1921 constitutes a landmark in the study of the Russian Revolution and the ensuing Civil War. Published in parallel in English and Russian, it provides direct access to modern research on the subject. It is able to reflect the impact on the study of the Revolution made by the collapse of the USSR; much freer access to the archives; current concern with the analysis of language, discourse and identity; and the new opportunities for collaboration between Russian and non-Russian specialists drawn from across the world.
About the Author
Edward Acton is Professor of Modern European History at University of East Anglia, UK.
William G Rosenberg is Professor of Modern Russian and Soviet History at University of Michigan.
Vladimir Cherniaev is at the Institute of Russian History, RAN in St Petersburg, Russia.
Table of Contents
Main thematic groupings: principal events