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Russia 1855-1991: From Tsars to Commissars by Peter Oxley

Russia 1855-1991: From Tsars to Commissars

Part of the Oxford Advanced History Series


Russia 1855-1991: From Tsars to Commissars by Peter Oxley

A highly accessible, visual and rigorous series for AS and A2. Perfect for main A Level courses, combining extended period cover with detailed focus on selected topics. Covering almost 150 years of Russian history, from Alexander II, through Glasnost, to the present day. The period 1895 -1941 is dealt with in depth, with separate chapters on the Russian Revolution, Lenin and Stalin.

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Publication date

28th June 2001


Peter Oxley

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Oxford University Press


304 pages


European history
Modern history to 20th century: c 1700 to c 1900
20th century history: c 1900 to c 2000



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