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Three Whys of the Russian Revolution

SUMMARY Three Whys of the Russian Revolution CHARACTERS µ Three Whys of the Russian Revolution Lucidly argued and lively in its detail this book offers a brilliant summation of the life's work of a master histori. This is a short readable book about the 1917 Russian Revolution structured as the answers to three uestions Why Did Tsarism Fail Why Did the Bolsheviks Triumph and Why Did Stalin Succeed The author Richard Pipes first answered these uestions in a series of lectures in 1995 He based these lectures on his lifetime s study of the subjectPipes has many critics within the history industry but his response to them is always robust He does not subscribe to the view that the replacement of Tsarism with Communism was part of the inevitable flow of history He also sees an euivalency between the European totalitarian regimes of Hitler Mussolini and Lenin Pipes says that major historical events always have than one cause He notes that historians are always good with hindsight when they interpret past events but are not very good at predicting the future Russian emigres did the original work on the history of the 1917 Revolution However historiographic fashions change In the 1960s a new generation of historians argued that historical forces caused the fall of the Tsar and the triumph of the Bolsheviks but that Stalin was a fluke of historyPipes says that Tsarism did not have to fail if it had made better political choices It survived the 1905 revolution and at the time most commentators including the many revolutionaries expected the regime to survive Tsarism was too inflexible for too long but it could have survived had it not been for the First World War Other countries were able to unite in the face of his conflict The Russian empire was notAs for the Bolsheviks they were a minority within a minority The event of October 1917 was not a revolution it was a coup d tat and it was almost solely due to the planning and will of one person LeninFar from being an accident of history Stalin was well placed to take over the party and thus the government and the country By design the party was full of professional revolutionaries the party apparatchiks Only Stalin was prepared to take on the bureaucratic role in the party work which the other apparatchiks considered too boring He worked across all the sections of the party and put his own loyalists in positions of powerThe book is 84 pages long including a 2 page Introduction There are no illustrations index or bibliographyThe author calls his three answers generalizations of his two books The Legend of Eli Monpress summation of the life's work of a master histori. 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SUMMARY Three Whys of the Russian Revolution CHARACTERS µ Three Whys of the Russian Revolution Ia Under the Bolshevik Regime now addresses the enigmas of that country's 70 year enthrallment with communism Succinct. Dr Pipes has distilled his historical expertise down into this 80 page refresher course on Russian history This is a must read and will only take a couple of hours to get back up to speed on Russian history Hopefully to keep us from repeating it The Feral The last Line Book One speed on Russian history Hopefully to keep us from repeating it

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SUMMARY Three Whys of the Russian Revolution CHARACTERS µ Three Whys of the Russian Revolution America's foremost authority on Russian communism the author of the definitive studies The Russian Revolution and Russ. This book helps to unveil the true nature of Communism and allows you to see that much of what is engulfing the United States as I write this review in May of 2018 is really the same totalitarian coup attempt that the Bolsheviks pulled off in November 1917 in Russia Our current bout of a Trump derangement syndrome is an attempt to overturn a Presidential election and is being led by a cadre of Deep State actors of BOTH PARTIES And while these self appointed elites are a minority they are a powerful force seeking to gain total control of our Republic Let s hope that years from now when others stumble across this review that Richard Pipes lessons in this book have helped to save us all from the dystopia that the Russians have experienced for the last hundred years

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