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Thou Shalt Kill: Revolutionary Terrorism in Russia, 1894-1917

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Thou Shalt Kill: Revolutionary Terrorism in Russia, 1894-1917

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    Anna Geifman(Author)
Anna Geifman examines the explosion of terrorist activity that took place in the Russian empire from the years just prior to the turn of the century through 1917, a period when over 17,000 people were killed or wounded by revolutionary extremists. On the basis of new research, she argues that a multitude of assassination attempts, bombings, ideologically motivated robberies, and incidents of armed assault, kidnapping, extortion, and blackmail for party purposes played a primary role in the revolution of 1905 and early twentieth-century Russian political history in general.

Professor Geifman . . . dissects with surgical precision the couple of decades that preceded the Bolshevik seizure of power, a time when a beleaguered tsarist regime groped desperately, and failed to find, some means of defending itself. -- Virginia Quarterly ReviewProfessor Geifman . . . dissects with surgical precision the couple of decades that preceded the Bolshevik seizure of power, a time when a beleaguered tsarist regime groped desperately, and failed to find, some means of defending itself. -- "Virginia Quarterly ReviewThis book makes gripping reading. . . . Geifman's detailed account makes it clear that in fact the wave of terrorism broke out more or less spontaneously, and amounted more to a universal breakdown of law and order than to a 'movement.'--Edward Ross Dickinson "New England Slavonic Journal "This book makes gripping reading. . . . Geifman's detailed account makes itclear that in fact the wave of terrorism broke out more or lessspontaneously, and amounted more to a universal breakdown of law and orderthan to a 'movement.'--Edward Ross Dickinson "New England Slavonic Journal ""Professor Geifman . . . dissects with surgical precision the couple of decades that preceded the Bolshevik seizure of power, a time when a beleaguered tsarist regime groped desperately, and failed to find, some means of defending itself."--Virginia Quarterly Review"This book makes gripping reading. . . . Geifman's detailed account makes it clear that in fact the wave of terrorism broke out more or less spontaneously, and amounted more to a universal breakdown of law and order than to a 'movement.'"--Edward Ross Dickinson, New England Slavonic Journal-Professor Geifman . . . dissects with surgical precision the couple of decades that preceded the Bolshevik seizure of power, a time when a beleaguered tsarist regime groped desperately, and failed to find, some means of defending itself.---Virginia Quarterly Review-This book makes gripping reading. . . . Geifman's detailed account makes it clear that in fact the wave of terrorism broke out more or less spontaneously, and amounted more to a universal breakdown of law and order than to a 'movement.'---Edward Ross Dickinson, New England Slavonic Journal

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  • PDF | 392 pages
  • Anna Geifman(Author)
  • Princeton University Press; New Ed edition (31 Dec. 1995)
  • English
  • 10
  • Society, Politics & Philosophy
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