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DK260 .F54 1998 : A people's tragedy : the Russian Revolution, 1891-1924 / Orlando Figes.
DK260 .P3 1961 : The fall of the Russian monarchy ; a study of evidence / Bernard Pares.
DK260 .T7613 1979 : Daily life in Russia under the last Tsar / Henri Troyat; translated by Malcolm Barnes.
DK262 .A53 : Imperial Russia after 1861; peaceful modernization or revolution? Edited with an introd. by Arthur E. Adams.
DK262 .I16 : Prologue to revolution; notes of A. N. Iakhontov on the secret meetings of the Council of Ministers, 1915 Michael Cherniavsky.
DK262 .L49 2015b : Towards the flame http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/no2015112904
DK262 .L53 1986 : Passage through Armageddon : the Russians in war and revolution, 1914-1918 / W. Bruce Lincoln.
DK262 .W29 1984 : Russia : on the eve of war and revolution / by Sir Donald Mackenzie Wallace ; edited and introduced by Cyril E. Black.
DK262 .W3 : Russia's message, the true world import of the revolution / by William English Walling.
DK262 .W6 : The Russian empire of to-day and yesterday ; the country and its peoples, together with a brief review of its history, past and present, and a survey of its social, political, and economic conditions / by Nevin O. Winter.
DK263 .A93 2004 : The Revolution of 1905 : a short history / Abraham Ascher.
DK263 .F56 1969 : Russia in revolt: 1905: the first crack in Tsarist power.
DK263 .R6 1932 : Rural Russia under the old regime ; a history of the landlord-peasant world and a prologue to the peasant revolution of 1917.
DK264 .S2 : The road to bloody Sunday ; Father Gapon and the St. Petersburg massacre of 1905 Walter Sablinsky.
DK265 .C3837 1979 : The Russian Revolution : from Lenin to Stalin / by Edward Hallett Carr.