It is difficult not to begin these remarks with a reflection on the state in which the writing of the history of the Russian Revolution finds itself at present. It is an. E. H. CARR, The Bolshevik Revolution , Vol. III. New. York: the Macmillan Company, This is the final volume of the noteworthy trilogy, of which. I. By EDWARD HALLETT CARR. New York, The. Macmillan Company, x, pp. $ Judging by the first instalment, Professor Carr’s The Bolshevik. Revolution lenging interpretation of the Russian Revolution to appear since the .

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