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Russian Revolution of 1905


Abraham Ascher. The Revolution of 1905: Russia in Disarray. Stanford University Press. 1988. 412pp.

Abraham Ascher. The Revolution of 1905: Authority Restored. Stanford University Press. 1992. 443pp.

Abraham Ascher. The Revolution of 1905: A Short History. Stanford University Press. 2004. 229pp.

Robert Edelman. Proletarian Peasants: The Revolution of 1905 in Russia's Southwest. Cornell University Press. 1987. 195pp.

Sidney Harcave. First Blood: The Russian Revolution of 1905. Macmillan. 1964. 316pp.

Stefani Hoffman; Ezra Mendelsohn (editor). The Revolution of 1905 and Russia's Jews. University of Pennsylvania Press. 2008. 336pp.

Howard D. Mehlinger; John M. Thompson. Count Witte and the Tsarist Government in the 1905 Revolution. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. 1972. 434pp.

Don C. Rawson. Russian Rightists and the Revolution of 1905. Cambridge University Press. 1995. 286pp.

Solomon M. Schwarz. Translated by G. Vakar. Russian Revolution of 1905: Worker's Movement and Formation of Bolshevism and Manshevism. University of Chicago Press. 1967. 261pp.

Jonathan D. Smele; Anthony Heywood (editor). The Russian Revolution of 1905: Centenary Perspectives. Routledge. 2005. 284pp.

Arthur William Thompson; Robert A. Hart. The Uncertain Crusade: America and the Russian Revolution of 1905. University of Massachusetts Press. 1970. 180pp.

Andrew M. Verner. The Crisis of Russian Autocracy: Nicholas II and the 1905 Revolution. Princeton University Press. 1990. 372pp.

Robert Weinberg. The Revolution of 1905 in Odessa: Blood on the Steps. Indiana University Press. 1993. 302pp.

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