Author(s): Richard Malone
This text tells the story of the Russian Revolution, including the sequence of events, main characters, key ideas and concepts. This is done by providing narrative on the revolution, documentary evidence, analysis of historians' arguments and activities. The structure of the book allows for analysis around the political, social and economic changes and continuities. It includes a range of sources: contemporary accounts, historians' accounts, and visual representations. It is an active text with a range of questions for students to complete. There are activities that recognise students learn in different ways. The text also includes the historiography of the revolution since the end of the Communist period. The language level is accessible for the vast majority of VCE students.