xxxiii, 393 pages : illustrations, maps, portraits ; 20 cm
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 358-378) and index.
The July uprising -- The Bolsheviks under fire -- Petrograd during the reaction -- The ineffectiveness of repression -- The Bolshevik resurgence -- The rise of Kornilov -- Kornilov versus Kerensky -- The Bolsheviks and Kornilov's defeat -- The question of a new government -- "All power to the Soviets!" -- Lenin's campaign for an insurrection -- Obstacles to an uprising -- The Garrision crisis and the military revolutionary committee -- On the eve -- The Bolsheviks come to power.