Central Asia and the Bolshevik Revolution: A Look at the Balance Sheet at the Centennial

Although it happened thousands of miles away, and did not reflect any of the local political currents at work in 1917, the October Revolution had a profound impact on Central Asia. (Image: A Soviet poster targeted to Central Asia's population)

Although it happened thousands of miles away, and did not reflect any of the local political currents at work in 1917, the October Revolution had a profound impact on Central Asia.
 

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Alexander Morrison is Fellow and Tutor in History at New College, Oxford. From 2014 - 2017 he was Professor of History at Nazarbayev History in Astana, Kazakhstan. He is the author of Russian Rule in Samarkand 1868-1910. A Comparison with British India (Oxford, 2008) and is currently writing a history of the Russian conquest of Central Asia. http://oxford.academia.edu/AlexanderMorrison

Central Asia and the Bolshevik Revolution: A Look at the Balance Sheet at the Centennial

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