This eyewitness account of the Russian Revolution by John Reed, an American who observed the Bolshevik upheaval firsthand, is an unparalleled modern classic. Reed recreates the swift, tumultuous events of November 1917, including the capture of the Winter Palace, the emergence of Lenin' s political genius, and the carnage at the Kremlin wall. With passion and power, Ten Days That Shook The World illuminates for all time the unique and violent heritage of Soviet Russia.
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