Motherland: Russia in the 20th Century
Assessing the legacy of the USSR and the changes that have been wrought over the last decade, this is the most complete history to date of the rise and fall of a great superpower.
David Marples is Professor of History at the University of Alberta. He is the author of eight previous books on Russia and the Soviet Union and has a particular interest in the issue of nationalities. He served as a regular consultant on Soviet issues to the governments of Canada and the USA and is uniquely placed to write the definitive account of modern Russia.
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Review: Motherland: Russia in the 20th CenturyUser Review - Eel IzCool - Goodreads
pretty good introduction to 20th century history but at times a bit disorganized. felt like some of the sections had been written independently of the others. but the disorganization only really came out during the more tumultuous times so maybe history is just too complicated. Read full review