2009 - 1 (June)

Articles in this issue

  • Nikolai Sieber: The First Russian Marxist
    Pages: 1 - 20
  • International Collaboration in the Persecution of Russian Political Emigrés
    Pages: 21 - 36
  • An Unexpected Peace: Azerbaijani-Georgian Relations, 1918-1920
    Pages: 37 - 67
  • The 90th Anniversary of the Russian Revolution: Some More Views From Moscow
    Pages: 69 - 77
  • In Memoriam: Brian Pearce (8 May 1915-25 November 2008: Personal and Political Reflections
    Pages: 79 - 92
  • [Book review by Elise Kimerling Wirtschafter]
    The Romanovs: Ruling Russia, 1615-1917
    Pages: 93 - 95
  • [Book review by Robert H. Greene]
    His Kingdome Come: Orthodox Pastorship and Social Activism in Revolutionary Russia
    Pages: 95 - 97
  • [Book review by Francis Nethercott]
    Literary Scholarship in Late Imperial Russia: Rituals of Academic Institutionalization
    Pages: 97 - 99
  • [Book review by Michael Hughes]
    Russia's Greatest Enemy? Harold Williams and the Russian Revolution
    Pages: 99 - 100
  • [Book review by Christopher Read]
    Revolution and the People in Russia and China: A Comparative History
    Pages: 100 - 102
  • [Book Review by Donald J. Riley]
    Politics and the People in Revolutionary Russia: A Provincial History
    Pages: 102 - 105
  • [Book Review by Gayle Lonergan]
    Bandits and Partisans: The Antonov Movement in the Russian Civil War
    Pages: 105 - 107
  • [Book Review by Liudmila G. Novikova]
    The King of Karelia: Col. P.J.Woods and the British Intervention In North Russia, 1918-1919: A History and Memoir
    Pages: 107 - 109
  • [Book Review by Paul de Quenoy]
    The Bloody White Baron
    Pages: 109 - 111
  • [Book Review by William G. Rosenberg]
    The Russian Revolution in Retreat, 1920-1924: Soviet Workers and the New Communist Elite
    Pages: 111 - 112
  • [Book Review by P.C. Boobbyer]
    On the Ideological Front: The Russian Intelligentsia and the Making of the Soviet Public Sphere
    Pages: 113 - 114
  • [Book Review by Kevin Morgan]
    Left to the Wolves: Irish Victims of Stalinist Terror
    Pages: 114 - 116
  • [Book Review by Katharine Hodgson]
    Soviet Culture and Power: A History in Documents, 1917-1953
    Pages: 116 - 118
  • Study Group on the Russian Revolution XXXVth Annual Conference, Queen's Univerity, Belfast, 2-4 January 2009
    Pages: 119 - 120
  • Communications
    Page: 121
  • Notes on Contributors
    Page: 123