Ten Days That Shook the World

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Digireads.com, Jan 1, 2004 - History
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"Ten Days That Shook the World" is American journalist and socialist John Reed's first-hand account of the Russian October Revolution of 1917. While it is intended as an impartial and unbiased historical account, by Reed's own admission, "in the struggle [his] sympathies were not neutral". An important historical document of an event that would shape the political landscape for most of the 20th century, "Ten Days That Shook the World" is a must read for those interested in the socialistic movement and how it shaped Russian history.

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User Review  - Liam Dodd - Goodreads

I think I enjoyed this book. I say 'think' because it was a hugely dense and obscure read. Not because of a failure on the writer, but due to the sheer complexity of the Red October that Reed retells ... Read full review

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This is a good and honest account of the days that have seen the Bolsheviks takeover power in the fall of 1917. Reed tells his own story and what he has himself witnessed in the time he spent there ... Read full review

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About the author (2004)

John Reed lives in New York City. "A Still Small Voice" is his first novel.

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