TEN DAYS IN NOVEMBER: The Russian Revolution by Irving Werstein

TEN DAYS IN NOVEMBER: The Russian Revolution

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Will the adults of tomorrow reading at this level today grow old with the impression that if Werstein didn't write a juvenile on a given battle, the battle probably didn't take place? His forays away from the line of fire into the areas of combative ideas have been at least as good as his battle series and this one follows the usual pattern of ideas defined, controversy provoked, results traced to causes and the leaders of the various factions. The spring and early fall lists have included three on the Russian Revolution that require somewhat more of a history background than this book which seems a good choice for the better, interested reader at this age level. Seen without illustrations. Suggested Reading List.

Pub Date: Sept. 12th, 1966
Publisher: Macrae Smith