The Empire Must Die: Russia's Revolutionary Collapse, 1900–1917
The Empire Must Die: Russia's Revolutionary Collapse, 1900–19174,06 16 5 Scritto da: Mikhail Zygar Letto da: Simon Vance
From the last years of Tolstoy until the death of the Tsar and his family, however, Russia experimented with liberalism and cultural openness. In Europe, the Ballet Russe was the height of chic. Novelists and playwrights blossomed, political ideas were swapped in coffee houses and St. Petersburg felt briefly like Vienna or Paris. The state, however couldn't tolerate such experimentation against the backdrop of a catastrophic war and a failing economy. The autocrats moved in and the liberals were overwhelmed. This story seems to have strangely prescient echoes of the present.
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Durata: 22H 9Min