The Bolshevik Revolution 1917 - 1923 - Volume One
A History of Soviet Russia

Carr, Edward Hallet
Publisher:  Penguin Books, Harmondsworth, United Kingdom
Year Published:  1969   First Published:  1950
Pages:  448pp  
Resource Type:  Book
Cx Number:  CX7328

The first volume of E.H. Carr's eight-volume history of Soviet Russia,, containing an analysis of those events and controversies in Bolshevik history between 1898 and 1917 which influenced the nature and course of the Revolution itself.


Table of Contents

Part I - The Man and the Instrument

1. The Foundations of Bolshevism
2. Bolsheviks and Mensheviks
3. 1905 and After
4. From February to October

Part II - The Constitutional Structure

5. The Two Revolutions
6. The Constitution of the RSFSR
7. Consolidating the Dictatorship
8. The Ascendancy of the Party
9. Party and State
Note A: Lenin's Theory of the State

Part III - Dispersal and Reunion

10. Policy, Doctrine, Machinery
a) Outlines of Policy
b) Doctrine in Evolution
c) Machinery

11. Self-Determination in Practice
a) The Western Borderlands
b) The Eastern Borderlands
c) Central Asia
d) The Transcaucasian Republics
e) Siberia

12. The Balance-Sheet of Self-Determination
13. Through Alliance to Federation
14. The Constitution of the USSR
Note B: The Bolsehvik Doctrine of self-determination
a) The Nineteenth-Century Background
b) Bolshevik Doctrine Before 1917

List of Abbreviations

Subject Headings