Americans in Revolutionary Russia

Americans in Revolutionary Russia is focused on bringing back into print the observations and experiences of Americans who were witnesses to war and revolution in Russia between 1914 and 1921. There were numerous accounts by Americans from a variety of perspectives. These men and women offer a rich perspective on the tumultuous events that gripped Russia during this time. Most of these books have not been republished since they were first issued a hundred years ago. This series offers new editions of these works with an expert introduction, textual notation, and an index.

 

Series General Editors

William Benton Whisenhunt   Professor of History 
College of DuPage, USA


Norman Saul    Professor Emeritus 
University of Kansas, USA


Princess Julia Cantacuzène Countess Spéransky née Grant

Edited by Norman E. Saul

$29.95
978-0-89357-460-4
xxii + 170
2017

Born in the White House in 1876, Julia Grant, granddaughter of President Ulysses S. Grant, had a life of adventure that included her marriage into the Cantacuzène family in 1900, and a move to Russia.  Her book gives the reader a firsthand account of Russia during World War I and recounts her travels across the empire, where she saw the...

Albert Rhys Williams

Edited and introduced by William Benton Whisenhunt

$29.95
978-0-89357-464-2
xxiv + 199
2016
Through the Russian Revolution by Albert Rhys Williams, a Congregationalist pastor-turned-labor-organizer-and-journalist, offers readers a first-hand account of the exciting and confusing events of the Russian Revolution from June 1917 to August 1918. Williams, a lifelong defender of the Soviet system, documented his first adventure in Russia at its most chaotic moments. There he formed a lasting impression of what he...

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