You’ll see straightaway that the book provides the accessible, readable approach we’ve been aiming for as Chris introduces early 20th century Russia by recreating a train journey across Russia, illustrated by some remarkable colour photographs.
However don’t be fooled into thinking that accessibility means an absence of challenge. This book will challenge the best A level candidates, exploring in depth the key issues of the period up to 1924 and reflecting the latest academic research thanks to the advice of Dr. Matthias Neumann of The University of East Anglia.
To see a sample chapter on the Hodder Education site see:
For more information on the book, also on Hodder’s site, see:
Whilst the teachers’ support material is available on-line here, on the SHP site, free of charge.
The book is found on Amazon at: The-Russian-Revolution-1894-1924