A History of Soviet Russia

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A History of Soviet Russia was a 14-volume work by Edward Hallett Carr, covering the first twelve years of the history of the Soviet Union. It was first published from 1950 onwards, and re-issued from 1978 onwards.[1]

  • The Bolshevik Revolution, 1917-1923, Volume 1. (1950)
  • The Bolshevik Revolution, 1917-1923, Volume 2. (1952)
  • The Bolshevik Revolution, 1917-1923. Volume 3. (1953)
  • The Interregnum, 1923-1924. (1954)
  • Socialism in One Country, 1924-1926, Volume 1. (1958)
  • Socialism in One Country, 1924-1926, Volume 2. (1959)
  • Socialism in One Country, 1924-1926, Volume 3, Part 1. (1963)
  • Socialism in One Country, 1924-1926, Volume 3, Part 2. (1963)
  • Foundations of a Planned Economy, 1926-1929, Volume 1, Part 1. (1969)
  • Foundations of a Planned Economy, 1926-1929, Volume 1, Part 2. (1969)
  • Foundations of a Planned Economy, 1926-1929, Volume 2. (1971)
  • Foundations of a Planned Economy, 1926-1929, Volume 3, Part 1. (1978)
  • Foundations of a Planned Economy, 1926-1929, Volume 3, Part 2. (1978)
  • Foundations of a Planned Economy, 1926-1929, Volume 3, Part 3. (1978)

Professor Carr subsequently distilled the research contained in these fourteen volumes into a short book, entitled The Russian Revolution: from Lenin to Stalin, 1917-1929, which covers the same period as the large history.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hughes-Warrington, Marnie (2007) Fifty key thinkers on history, Oxfordshire: Routledge, P.29