SHADOW OF DEMOCRACY. Dispatches from Russia:1905 Revolution, by Harold Williams.
These are selected dispatches by the journalist Harold Williams published in the Manchester Guardian from late 1904 to the convening of the first Duma in April 1906. Williams provides a lengthy and vivid description of the events of this revolution. His analysis in many ways anticipates the interpretation of recent historians of this event.
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BLOODY SUNDAY P
FEBRUARY UKASE AND REFORM MOVEMENTS
THE BUILDING OF A NEW RUSSIA p
GENERAL STRIKE AND OCTOBER MANIFESTO
REVOLUTION ON THE LEFT P
TOWARDS THE ELECTION OF THE DUMA
ODESSA AND TRANSCAUCASIA
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