The Russian Revolution – In Colour


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Cold, hungry and disillusioned, the Russian factory workers of Petrograd staged a demonstration about a lack of bread during the winter of 1917. Incredibly, this protest for bread proved the catalyst for revolution and brought about the subsequent abdication of Tsar Nicholas II, ending years of imperial rule. The people rushed to form self-governing councils and a temporary provisional government was created promising elections, however Lenin swept aside the government in a second revolution that gave power to his Bolshevik party. Uses dramatised and colourised archive material to tell the astonishing story.

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Weight 0.11 kg

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PAL 4 Australia

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