A2 History Coursework - The Making of Modern Russia 1856 - 1964)

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Hello,

For my History coursework I am required to answer the following questions:

A) How significant were the effects of The Russo-Japanese War (1904-5) on Russian government and politics at the time?

B) To what extent do you consider that The Russo-Japanese War (1904-5) was a key turning-point in the development of modern Russia in the years 1856-1964?

Was just wondering if anyone had any useful books and other resources (pref. Amazon) that would help me answer both of these questions. Also, if anyone would want to give me an outline on points to consider for both questions that would be great!

Thanks.
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