Russian History

Aaron Smth | July 23, 2013 | Notre Dame College of Arts and Letters

Semion Lyandres

History is written by the winners, but sometimes the story gets revised. In the case of Russia’s February Revolution of 1917, Notre Dame’s Semion Lyandres has done just that in his latest book, The Fall of Tsarism (Oxford University Press).

Based on previously undiscovered eyewitness accounts by key participants in the revolution, Lyandres’ work offers significant new insights into the circumstances that led to the end of the Romanov dynasty’s 300-year-old reign.

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