John Simkin Posted July 25, 2004 Share Posted July 25, 2004 I have been a history teacher (students aged 11 to 18) for 25 years. I first became interested in Russian history when I began studying the Russian Revolution in the early 1960s. I am the author of Stalin (1987). I also created the Encyclopaedia of Russia: 1860-1990: http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/Russia.htm So far there are sections on: Events and Issues, 1860-1914 (22); Revolutionary Philosophers (8); Russian Revolutionaries, 1860-1910 (32); Russian Political and Military Figures: 1860-1920 (34); Events and Issues in Russia, 1914-20 (18); Russian Revolutionaries: 1914-20 (64); Political Groups and Organizations (12), Foreign Witnesses of the Revolution (18), Newspapers and Journals (6), Russian Literature (24), Soviet Union: 1920-1945 (20), Soviet Union: 1945-1990 (16) and Political Figures: 1945-1990 (14). Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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