Ten Days That Shook the World
by John Reed
Publisher: eBooks@Adelaide 2012
Number of pages: 402
In Ten Days That Shook the World John Reed tells the story of Red October and the Russian revolution from a unique, firsthand perspective. Reed recounts conversations and arguments, details political machinations, and speculates on personal motives.
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