Caught in the revolution petrograd russia 1917 a world on the edge by helen rappaport is a first hand account of the revolutions in russia rappaport attended leeds university with the intention of joining the foreign office. Caught in the revolution petrograd 1917 the russian revolution has traditionally been described mainly through the eyes of russians one rare western exception is the account of american john reed and his wife louise bryant. Caught in the revolution is helen rappaports masterful telling of the outbreak of the russian revolution through eye witness accounts left by foreign nationals who saw the drama unfold between the first revolution in february 1917 and lenins bolshevik coup in october petrograd the former st petersburg was in turmoil felt nowhere more . Caught in the revolution review russia in 1917 100 years on helen rappaports lively digest of foreigners accounts of the petrograd uprising is marred by use of tabloid cliche jonathan . Between the first revolution in february 1917 and lenins bolshevik coup in october petrograd the former st petersburg was in turmoil felt nowhere more keenly than on the fashionable nevsky prospekt
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