Arrangement of the Bibliography; Acknowledgements; Introduction; 1. General Bibliographies and Historical Works; 2. General and Miscellaneous Reference Works; 3. General Documentary Collections; 4. General and Miscellaneous Memoirs and Other First-hand Accounts; 5. Surveys and Collections of Articles; 6. Miscellaneous and General Interpretative Studies; 7. The Last Years of Tsardom; 8. The Russian Armed Forces in War and Revolution; 9. The Revolutions of 1917; 10. The Soviet State; 11. Soviet Society; 12. Soviet Economy and Economic Policy; 13. Soviet Foreign Policy and the Comintern; 14. The International Impact of the Russian Revolution; 15. The Invasion and Intervention of the Central Powers; 16. The Allied Intervention; 17. The White Movement, the Democratic Counter-Revolution and the Emigration; 18. Popular Hostility to Soviet Rule; 19. The Bolsheviks; 20. Other Political Parties; 21. Workers and Urban Society; 22. Peasants, Agriculture and Rural Society; 23. National Minorities and Regional Affairs; 24. Art, Science, Culture, Education and Religion; 25. The Revolution and Civil War in Fiction; Author Index; Index of Unauthored Entries.
Jonathan D. Smele is Senior Lecturer in the Department of History at Queen Mary, University of London.
"An extraordinary work...of unparalleled erudition' Geoffrey Swain, Slavonic and East European Review 'Smele's bibliography is an outstanding resource that should be on the shelves of every university library' Michael Hickey, Revolutionary Russia 'This is a most generous undertaking...Smele has built a bibliography on the Russian revolution and civil war, which is vast, perceptively annotated and organized with great intelligence...[His] introduction and style are lucid and witty, his care and precision exemplary... a must for any decent library' Edward Acton, European History Quarterly"