A2 History Coursework: 1855 - 1964 Tsars and the CommunistsWatch
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A really good, if a little hefty book is: A people's Tragedy: The Russian Revolution from 1891-1924 by Orlando Figes. Your question itself is very interesting because the answer changes depending on whether you are grouping or viewing them as individual leader.
I'm doing the AQA coursework on Russian rulers too, but ours is focusing on World War One as the most significant turning point then considering other factors. I'm struggling with turning points regarding Stalin, any ideas?
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