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Being phonetically dyslextic I have studied a lot off material like this with the Open University. I can only say I wish all their material was narrated as well as this. I found it to be very interesting and informative and definitely worth the money
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Would you try another book from S. A. Smith and/or Suzanne Toren?
Yes to the narrator, Toren, NO to S. A. Smith the author
What could S. A. Smith have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?
Not write a textbook for admirers of Communism.
Which scene was your favorite?
The scene at the end where the author sympathizes with the good intentions of Bolshevik butchers.
What character would you cut from The Russian Revolution?
Lenin, Stalin, the author?
Any additional comments?
It is quite dishearening, knowing what we know today, that the Russion Revolution shattered so many lives and convulsed and twisted a society of tens of millions into an unimaginably wretched state, that somoeone feels no compunction about writing a short history of these fateful events....from the perspective of teh perpetrators of the terror. While you read this trash, you are given little signals along the way....why is there barely any perspective of the disenfranchised, thte starved, families of the murdered?....are the bolsheviks really just responding to outside pressures the best they can?....until at the end when the author's conculsion pulls back the curtain and you find where the author's sympathies lie, with the idealists who were only trying make things better.
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