Conspiracy Against the Tsar: A Portrait of the Decembrists

By: Eidelman, N. [Natan]; Carlile, Cynthia

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Jacket edges rubbed. 1985 Hard Cover. 293, [3] pp. 8vo. Photographic endpapers. Includes section of black-and-white photographs. In this book, the well-known Soviet historian Natan Eidelman describes Russia's first, aristocratic revolutionaries - the Decembrists, who staged an insurrection in 1825 against Tsar Nicholas I in an attempt to reform socio-economic life in Russia. The narrative focusses [sic] on a psychological portrait of the most prominent members of the Decembrist movement, on their subsequent fate, and the influence of their ideas and deeds on the generations that followed. Eidelman draws on a great deal of documentary evidence and attempts to follow the dialectics of historical interrelationships. His narrative style is lively and expressive.

Title: Conspiracy Against the Tsar: A Portrait of the Decembrists

Author: Eidelman, N. [Natan]; Carlile, Cynthia

Categories: Russian,

Publisher: Progress Publishers: 1985

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: Good

Seller ID: 2290450

Keywords: HISTORY RUSSIAN REVOLUTION RUSSIA DECEMBRISTS TSAR TSARIST IMPERIAL ROMANOV,