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Russia 1917. Year of Revolution

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Russia 1917. Year of Revolution


Russian Center of Pisa and The University of Pisa have organized presentation of the book Russia 1917. Year of Revolution, written by professor of the Naples Eastern University G. Capri.

The volume is dedicated to the wide variety of versions of events surrounding two Russian revolutions in 1917. The book represents a comprehensive anthology of evidences and memoirs of revolutionary events' participants..

During the book presentation and the following discussion many points of views on revolutionary period had been cited . At the same time, the questions related to the modern perseption of those events were covered.

The presentation mostly engaged students and teachers of the Pisa University. They were actively participating in discussions expressing their opinions and asking questions to the book author, Mr Capri.

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