Leon Trotsky

The History of the Russian Revolution

(This Edition Published)

Main Details
Credits
Author Leon Trotsky
Translated by Max Eastman
Publisher Haymarket Books
Date
First Published
First Printing in Country
This Edition Published
Identifying Codes
ISBN 13 9781608460502
Format e-Book
Publication Location United States of America
Genre
Language English
Original Language Russian
Chapters VOLUME ONE
The Overthrow of Tzarism

A Note About the Author
Preface

Peculiarities of Russia’s Development
Tzarist Russia in the War
The proletariat and the Peasantry
The Tzar and Tzarina
The Idea of a Palace Revolution
The Death Agony of the Monarchy
Five Days
Who Led the February Insurrection?
The Paradox of the February Revolution
The New Power
Dual Power
The Executive Committee
The Army and the War
The Ruling Group and the War
The Bolsheviks and Lenin
Rearming the Party
The April Days
The First Coalition
The Offensive
The Peasantry
Shifts in the Masses
The Soviet Congress and the June Demonstration
Conclusion
Chronological Table for Volume One
APPENDIX I
APPENDIX II
APPENDIX III

VOLUME TWO
The Attempted Counter-Revolution

Introduction to Volumes Two and Three

The July Days: Preparation and Beginning
The July Days: Culmination and Rout
Could the Bolsheviks Have Seized the Power
The Month of the Great Slander
The Counter-Revolution Lifts Its Head
Kerensky and Kornilov
The State Conference in Moscow
Kerensky’s Plot
Kornilov’s Insurrection
The Bourgeoisie Measures Strength with the Democracy
The Masses Under Attack
The Rising Tide
The Bolsheviks and the Soviets
The Last Coalition

VOLUME THREE
The Triumph Of The Soviets

The Peasantry Before October
The Problem of Nationalities
Withdrawal from the Pre-Parliament and Struggle for the Soviet Congress
The Military-Revolutionary Committee
Lenin Summons to Insurrection
The Art of Insurrection
The Conquest of the Capital
The Capture of the Winter Palace
The October Insurrection
The Congress of the Soviet Dictatorship
Conclusion
Appendix I: Some Legends of the Bureaucracy
Appendix II: Socialism in a Separate Country
Appendix III: Historic References on the Theory of Permanent Revolution

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