Captives of Revolution: The Socialist Revolutionaries and the Bolshevik Dictatorship, 1918–1923
University of Pittsburgh Pre, 15 באפר׳ 2011 - 400 עמודים
The Socialist Revolutionaries (SRs) were the largest political party in Russia in the crucial revolutionary year of 1917. Heirs to the legacy of the People’s Will movement, the SRs were unabashed proponents of peasant rebellion and revolutionary terror, emphasizing the socialist transformation of the countryside and a democratic system of government as their political goals. They offered a compelling, but still socialist, alternative to the Bolsheviks, yet by the early 1920s their party was shattered and its members were branded as enemies of the revolution. In 1922, the SR leaders became the first fellow socialists to be condemned by the Bolsheviks as “counter-revolutionaries” in the prototypical Soviet show trial.
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Captives of Revolution: The Socialist Revolutionaries and the Bolshevik ...
<span dir=ltr>Scott B. Smith</span>
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