The Russian revolution
A brief, simple, and straightforward account of the Russian revolution in 1917 and the events that led up to it. Alan Moorehead, a native of Australia, was the first recipient of the Duff Cooper Memorial Award, which was presented to him in 1956 by Sir Winston Churchill.
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