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  1. Notes from underground : The double / Fyodor Dostoyevsky ; translated with an introduction by Jessie Coulson
    Dostoyevsky, Fyodor, 1821-1881
    [ Book, Audio book, Government publication : 1846-2019 ]
    Languages: English;Russian;Spanish;German, [8 others]
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    Notes from underground : The double / Fyodor Dostoyevsky ; translated with an introduction by Jessie Coulson
  2. The Volunteer Army and Allied intervention in South Russia, 1917-1921 : a study in the politics and diplomacy of the Russian Civil War / by George A. Brinkley
    Brinkley, George A
    [ Book : 1966 ]
    Languages: English;Undetermined, [1 other]
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    The Volunteer Army and Allied intervention in South Russia, 1917-1921 : a study in the politics and diplomacy of the Russian Civil War / by George A. Brinkley
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  4. [Members of the President's special diplomatic mission to Russia, 1917]
    [ Photograph : 1917 ]
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  6. Russia in 1917 “INEFFICIENCY OF ALLIED DIPLOMACY.”
    The Evening Star (Boulder, WA : 1898 - 1921) Monday 3 June 1918 p 2 Article
    Abstract: At the Victorian Naval and Military Club Dr. Kent Hughes, who recently returned to Melbourne after service with the Anglo-Russian hospital in 239 words
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    2017-08-08 17:21:08.0

    This article would be extremely useful to anyone studying Russia in 1917 as it is written at the time; a time of conflict in Russia (Russian Revolution(s)). This articles contents include what we can assume as an Australian perspective of allied diplomacy in regards to how/why Lenin and Trotsky came into power; German persistence without allied intervention. Thus, the article revolves around the inefficiency of allied diplomacy and its direct link to the Russian Revolution(s).

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  7. RUSSIA IN 1917 Visitor Tells Experiences FOUGHT WITH WHITE ARMY
    Barrier Miner (Broken Hill, NSW : 1888 - 1954) Saturday 29 June 1935 p 7 Article
    Abstract: Yesterday Broken Hill had a visit from a member of the old Russian nobility which crashed in ruins in the Revolution of 1917. 573 words
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    2017-08-08 16:21:16.0

    This article would be extremely useful to anyone studying Russia in 1917 as it is a first hand account of a solider who had escaped Russia to Australia after fighting for the “White” army amongst his other military ventures. The article details his personal experience and what his duties entailed while highlighting the horrors of war in regards to being hunted down.

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  8. The Singleton Argus. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1917. UNHAPPY RUSSIA.
    Singleton Argus (NSW : 1880 - 1954) Thursday 22 November 1917 p 2 Article
    Abstract: While the cablegrams concerning affairs in Russia are somewhat conflicting as regards details, they leave no doubt as to the chaotic state of affairs 714 words
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    2017-08-08 16:49:24.0

    This article would be extremely useful to anyone studying Russia in 1917 as it highlights the turmoil of war and the effect in can have with regards to the Russian army and its power. It emphasizes the troubles Russia is facing specifically in relation to Russia not being unified and the trouble this can cause on a global stage.

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  9. Three men on board the Glory, Russia, approximately 1917 / Michael Terry
    Terry, Michael, 1899-1981
    [ Photograph : 1917 ]
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    Three men on board the Glory, Russia, approximately 1917 / Michael Terry
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    2017-08-08 17:19:55.0

    This image would be extremely useful to anyone studying Russia in 1917 as it highlights Russia’s naval ability on a global scale. The image shows three men on board; the ship Slava (Glory) emphasizes the naval technology and power Russia held. With more research, one would find out the trip the ship took and probably was on at the time of taking; the Battle of Moon Sound. This then allows the researcher to gain vital information in relation to the success of all of the Russian armed forces.

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  10. Web page: The Russian Navy
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    2017-08-09 21:42:54.0

    This newspaper article would be very useful to anyone studying Russia in 1917 in relation to their naval power as it is written just before the the conflict in 1917. It indicates the tension in Russia at this time and highlights the preparations Russia is making. It gives direct information on the proposed size of a potential fleet, the funds going into creating this fleet, the five year deal which take it up to 1917 and more!

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  11. Web page: German Control of Russian Industry
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    2017-08-09 22:06:39.0

    This article would be very useful to anyone studying Russia in 1917 as it highlights the relationship between the new government of Russia and Germany. This article tells the researcher about the article no 10 and 11 in relation to the consequences of signing a peace treaty with the English, French and the USA for Russian industry. This another important element to consider when researching Russia in 1917.

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  12. Web page: Brest Committee Adjourned
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    2017-08-09 22:34:49.0

    This article is very useful to anyone researching Russia in 1917 as it shows the tension between countries at the sitting of Brest Litovsk. It is extremely detailed in relation to the Russian governments opinion on various issues (territorial etc) and their solutions. In addition to this, it also shows the response of other governments (German etc) to the same issues presented.

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