The Bolshevik Revolution, 1917-1923, Том 3
W. W. Norton & Company, 1985 - 624 стор.
In Volume III, Russia's geographical position as both a European and an Asian power and her twin aims of promoting world revolution and establishing normal relations with capitalist governments led to severe stresses in Soviet foreign policy. This volume analyzes these strains and their domestic and international ramifications.
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FROM OCTOBER TO BRESTLITOVSK
THE DUAL POLICY
THE YEAR OF ISOLATION
REVOLUTION OVER EUROPE
REVOLUTION OVER ASIA
NEP IN FOREIGN POLICY
RUSSIA AND GERMANY
CONSOLIDATION IN EUROPE
THE EASTERN QUESTION
Note E THE MARXIST ATTITUDE TO WAR
F THE PREHISTORY OF THE COMMUNIST INTERNATIONAL
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
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accepted According action activities Affairs agreement allied American appeared attempt August authority Berlin Bolshevik bourgeois British capital capitalist carried central Chicherin China Chinese Comintern committee communism Communist Party concessions conference congress countries December decision delegation East eastern economic established Europe existing February followed forces foreign foreign policy French front further German Hamburg hand IKKI important interests International Internationale issue Italy January later leaders Left Lenin letter majority March masses meeting Mensheviks ment military months Moscow movement negotiations November October official once organization peace period Persian political position present proletariat proposed published question Radek record Red Army relations representative republic revolution revolutionary Right seemed side Sochineniya socialist Soviet Government Soviet Russia struggle third tion trade trade unions treaty Trotsky Turkish United victory western whole workers Zinoviev
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