Albert Rhys Williams. Through the Russian Revolution.

Biblioteca / 1920-1929

Albert Rhys Williams. Through the Russian Revolution.

New York: Boni and Liveright, 1921.

CONTENTS

Introduction

PART I

THE MAKERS OF THE REVOLUTION

WITH THE WORKERS, PEASANTS AND FIGHTERS

I – The Bolsheviks and the City

II – Petrograd Demonstrates

III – A Peasant Interlude

IV – The Man on Horseback

V – Comrades of the Sea

PART II

THE REVOLUTION AND THE DAYS AFTER

AMONG THE WHITES AND THE REDS

VI – «All Power to the Soviets»

VII – November 7 — A New Date in History

VIII – Looting the Winter Palace

IX – Red Guards, White Guards, and Blackguards

X – Mercy or Death to the Whites?

XI – The War of the Classes

XII – Building the New Order

PART III

THE OUTREACH OF THE REVOLUTION

ACROSS SIBERIA ON THE EXPRESS

XIII – The Steppes Rise Up

XIV – The Red Convicts of Cherm

XV – The Vladivostok Soviet

XVI – The Local Soviet at Work

PART IV

THE TRIUMPH OF THE REVOLUTION

THE SOVIETS AGAINST THE CAPITALIST WORLD

XVII – The Allies Crush the Soviet

XVIII – The Red Funeral

XIX – Exit

XX – Retrospect

Appendix

I – The Death of a Red Regiment

II – The Death Train of Siberia

III – The Burial of Yanishev

IV – A Circular for British Soldiers

V – Yesterday and Today, By Gorky

VI – Declaration of the Rights of the Toiling and Exploited Peoples

VII – Posters and Placards

 

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