The Russian Revolution: From Lenin to Stalin by E. H. Carr

By E. H. Carr

'Every historian, each economist, each Bolshevik even, owes Mr. Carr a debt of gratitude too deep to be formulated', wrote A. J. P. Taylor, reviewing Carr's magisterial fourteen-volume heritage of the early Soviet interval. The ranks of the indebted were tremendously accelerated by means of the looks of Carr's new e-book expressly written for college students and the overall reader. here's the distilled essence of the nice paintings, provided in a narrow quantity of 2 hundred pages. The publication is much and away the easiest creation on hand to this significant interval of recent history.

A background of Soviet Russia was once a 14-volume paintings through Edward Hallett Carr, masking the 1st twelve years of the heritage of the Soviet Union. It was once first released from 1950 onwards, and re-issued from 1978 onwards.[1]

The Bolshevik Revolution, 1917-1923, quantity 1. (1950)
The Bolshevik Revolution, 1917-1923, quantity 2. (1952)
The Bolshevik Revolution, 1917-1923. quantity 3.
The Interregnum, 1923-1924. (1954)
Socialism in a single kingdom, 1924-1926, quantity 1. (1958)
Socialism in a single state, 1924-1926, quantity 2.
Socialism in a single state, 1924-1926, quantity three, half 1.
Socialism in a single kingdom, 1924-1926, quantity three, half 2.
Foundations of a deliberate economic climate, 1926-1929, quantity 1, half 1.
Foundations of a deliberate financial system, 1926-1929, quantity 1, half 2.
Foundations of a deliberate economic system, 1926-1929, quantity 2.
Foundations of a deliberate economic climate, 1926-1929, quantity three, half 1.
Foundations of a deliberate economic system, 1926-1929, quantity three, half 2.
Foundations of a deliberate financial system, 1926-1929, quantity three, half 3.

Professor Carr hence distilled the study contained in those fourteen volumes right into a brief e-book, entitled The Russian Revolution: from Lenin to Stalin, 1917-1929, which covers an analogous interval because the huge historical past.

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Hughes-Warrington, Marnie (2007) Fifty key thinkers on heritage, Oxfordshire: Routledge, P.29
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By E. H. Carr

'Every historian, each economist, each Bolshevik even, owes Mr. Carr a debt of gratitude too deep to be formulated', wrote A. J. P. Taylor, reviewing Carr's magisterial fourteen-volume heritage of the early Soviet interval. The ranks of the indebted were tremendously accelerated by means of the looks of Carr's new e-book expressly written for college students and the overall reader. here's the distilled essence of the nice paintings, provided in a narrow quantity of 2 hundred pages. The publication is much and away the easiest creation on hand to this significant interval of recent history.

A background of Soviet Russia was once a 14-volume paintings through Edward Hallett Carr, masking the 1st twelve years of the heritage of the Soviet Union. It was once first released from 1950 onwards, and re-issued from 1978 onwards.[1]

The Bolshevik Revolution, 1917-1923, quantity 1. (1950)
The Bolshevik Revolution, 1917-1923, quantity 2. (1952)
The Bolshevik Revolution, 1917-1923. quantity 3.
The Interregnum, 1923-1924. (1954)
Socialism in a single kingdom, 1924-1926, quantity 1. (1958)
Socialism in a single state, 1924-1926, quantity 2.
Socialism in a single state, 1924-1926, quantity three, half 1.
Socialism in a single kingdom, 1924-1926, quantity three, half 2.
Foundations of a deliberate economic climate, 1926-1929, quantity 1, half 1.
Foundations of a deliberate financial system, 1926-1929, quantity 1, half 2.
Foundations of a deliberate economic system, 1926-1929, quantity 2.
Foundations of a deliberate economic climate, 1926-1929, quantity three, half 1.
Foundations of a deliberate economic system, 1926-1929, quantity three, half 2.
Foundations of a deliberate financial system, 1926-1929, quantity three, half 3.

Professor Carr hence distilled the study contained in those fourteen volumes right into a brief e-book, entitled The Russian Revolution: from Lenin to Stalin, 1917-1929, which covers an analogous interval because the huge historical past.

-From Wikipedia

Hughes-Warrington, Marnie (2007) Fifty key thinkers on heritage, Oxfordshire: Routledge, P.29
https://bibliotik.org/torrents/142099

Show description

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Why do you think it was necessary to pull down a house for fuel? b What do you think the wood might be used for? c What insight does this photograph give you into ordinary people's lives during the Civil War? 3 Imagine you are Stalin. Explain why you did not allow Georgia or the Ukraine to keep their in­ dependence. a The cost of revolution The people had paid a high price for the revolution. Russia was in a terrible state by 1 92 1 . Think about these figures: Nobody knows exactly how many Russians died during the Civil War period.

B workers? c peasants? d school students? 2 Look at the photograph. Why did the Communists force the wealthy people to work like this? 3 Why did Lenin agree to the Treaty of B rest­ Litovsk? The dictatorship of the working class Civil War Trotsky addressing Red Army soldiers. M arx had written that after the revolution a temporary government of the working class would take charge. Its job would be to prevent the return of the old rulers and to set up the new society. In communist theory this phase was called the 'dictatorship of the working class ' .

Stalin had arrested the first lot of planners for setting the targets too low. Nowhere before in the world had a government tried to plan and predict a country 's development like this. The plan was written and organised by Gosplan, the state planning agency. Gosplan 's job was to organise everything from the smallest piece of clothing to the largest new factory. The focus of the plan was on industrial development. Industrial output was projected to increase by an incredible 1 80 per cent over five years.

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