8 edition of Physics and politics in revolutionary Russia found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 397-412) and index.
|Statement||Paul R. Josephson.|
|Series||California studies in the history of science|
|LC Classifications||QC9.S65 J67 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 423 p. :|
|Number of Pages||423|
|LC Control Number||91016584|
It continued until , when the Soviet regime emerged victorious. (For a more detailed account of the intellectual and political background of the Russian Revolution and for the events of the revolution and the civil war, see Russian Revolution.) Poland, Finland, and the Baltic countries emerged as independent states in the aftermath of the Missing: Physics. Orlando Guy Figes (/ ˈ f ɪ dʒ ɪ z / born ) is a British historian and writer known for his works on Russian and European history. He is professor of history at Birkbeck College, University of London.. Figes is best known for his works on Russian history, such as A People's Tragedy (), Natasha's Dance (), The Whisperers (), Crimea () and Just Send Me Word (), as well.
The alienation of tsarist elites from the Tsar during the First World War and their support for the new Provisional Government in February secured the initial success of the revolution. The book describes how elites engaged with revolutionary politics, serving in the government, and forming unions to promote their interests and gather wider support. unripeness which has been proved by the events of the war and the Russian Revolution, but the unripeness of the German proletariat for the fulfillment of its historic tasks. And to make this fully clear is the first task of a critical examination of the Russian Revolution. The fate of the revolution in Russia depended fully upon international.
The new political elite presented political parties as the vehicles by which ordinary people could participate in political life and shape Russia's future. If we move away from elite politics, however, political parties often played a very low-key role in grass-roots politics and in people's daily g: Physics. The Russian Revolution. At the beginning of the 20 th Century, 85 % of the Russian population was involved in agriculture. Moscow and St Petersburg had Industrialization. There were craftsmen and industry. Government governed the big scale industry to keep a look on working hours and wages. Socialism in Russia.
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Focusing on Leningrad, center of Soviet physics until the late s, Josephson discusses the impact of scientific, cultural, and political revolution on physicists' research and professional aspirations. Political and social revolution in Russia threatened to confound the scientific by: Focusing on Leningrad, center of Soviet physics until the late s, Josephson discusses the impact of scientific, cultural, and political revolution on physicists' research and professional cal and social revolution in Russia threatened to confound the scientific revolution.
Aided by personal documents and institutional archives that were closed for decades, this book recounts the development of physics or, more aptly, science under stress in Soviet Russia up to World War II. Focusing on Leningrad, center of Soviet physics until the late s, Josephson discusses the impact of scientific, cultural, and political revolution on physicists' research and professional Author: Paul R.
Josephson. Focusing on Leningrad, center of Soviet physics until the late s, Josephson discusses the impact of scientific, cultural, and political revolution on physicists research and professional aspirations. Political and social revolution in Russia threatened to confound the scientific revolution%().
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POLITICS AND THE PEOPLE IN REVOLUTIONARY RUSSIA After the collapse of the Romanov dynasty in FebruaryRus-sia was subject to an eight-month experiment in democracy. Sarah Badcock studies its failure through an exploration of the experiences and motivations of ordinary men and women, urban and rural, mili.
'Sarah Badcock's study of the Revolution offers a detailed and absorbing analysis of political power in the revolutionary setting of ' Lutz Haefner Source: H-HistGeog 'Badcock's book is a welcome addition to the still relatively small number of studies that have focused on the Russian Revolution outside St Petersburg and Moscow.
Recounts the development of physics in Soviet Russia up to World War II. This title focuses on Leningrad, center of Soviet physics until the late s, discusses the. Genre/Form: Electronic books History: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Josephson, Paul R.
Physics and politics in revolutionary Russia. Berkeley: University of California Press, © Physics and Politics in Revolutionary Russia (California Studies in the History of Science) by Paul R.
Josephson. English | | ISBN: | Pages | PDF | 2,2 MB. Download Physics and Politics in Revolutionary Russia. All journal articles featured in Revolutionary Russia vol 32 issue 2.
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Lutz Haefner, H-HistGeog 'Badcock's book is a welcome addition to the still relatively small number of studies that have focused on the Russian Revolution outside St Petersburg and Moscow. It also effectively challenges students to rethink the interpretations based on the views of the political elites.
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