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Challenging Traditional Views of Russian History : Studies in Russian & Eastern European History - Stephen G. Wheatcroft

Challenging Traditional Views of Russian History

Studies in Russian & Eastern European History

By: Stephen G. Wheatcroft (Editor)

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This collection presents radically new views on key aspects of Russian/Soviet history: the non-Slavic sources of Russian statehood, tsarist penal systems, the pre-evolutionary technological level, the famine of 1931-3, patronage practices in Stalin's Russia, the incidence and mechanism of Stalinist repression, the dissident roots of glasnost, Russian patriotic histories of War in the Caucasus, and the fall of the Soviet Union.

The Pre-Revolutionary Period
The Kaghanate of the Rus': Non-Slavic Sources of Russian Statehood
The Crisis of the Late Tsarist Penal System
The Russian Army and American Industry, 1915-17 Globalization and the Transfer of Technology
The Stalin Period
The Soviet Famine of 1932-33 and the Crisis in Agriculture
Patronage and the Intelligentsia in Stalin's Russia
Towards Explaining the Changing Levels of Stalinist Repression in the 1930s: Mass Killings
The Great Terror: Leningrad, a Quantitative Analysis
The Post-Stalin Period
The Dissident Roots ofGlasnost
Rethinking Yermolov's Legacy: New Patriotic Narratives of Russia's Engagement with Chechnya
Stalinism and the Fall of the Soviet Union
The Pre-Revolutionary Period
The Kaghanate of the Rus': Non-Slavic Sources of Russian Statehood
The Crisis of the Late Tsarist Penal System
The Russian Army and American Industry, 1915-
Globalization and the Transfer of Technology
The Stalin Period
The Soviet Famine of 1932-33 and the Crisis in Agriculture
Patronage and the Intelligentsia in Stalin's Russia
Towards Explaining the Changing Levels of Stalinist Repression in the 1930s: Mass Killings
The Great Terror: Leningrad, a Quantitative Analysis
The Dissident Roots ofGlasnost
Rethinking Yermolov's Legacy: New Patriotic Narratives of Russia's Engagement with Chechnya
Stalinism and the Fall of the Soviet Union
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ISBN: 9780333754610
ISBN-10: 0333754611
Series: Studies in Russian & Eastern European History
Audience: Professional
For Ages: 9+ years old
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 242
Published: 21st August 2002
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.59 x 14.61  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 0.52
Edition Number: 1