Polychronicon 165: The 1917 revolutions in 2017: 100 years on

Teaching History feature

By Sarah Badcock, published 5th January 2017

The interpretive and empirical frameworks utilised by scholars in their quest to understand the Russian revolutions have evolved and transformed over 100 years. The opening of archives after the collapse of the Soviet Union enabled access to a swathe of new primary sources, some of which have had a transformative impact on our understanding of  1917. This article  seeks to sketch out a series of themes thathistorians have emphasised in the most recent scholarship...

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