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Ten Days That Shook the World
John Reed
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Ten Days That Shook the World
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Journalist John Reed gives a first-hand account of Russia’s 1917 October Revolution, which lead to the formation of the Soviet Union.

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English
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Introduction
Preface
Notes and Explanations
Political Parties
Parliamentary Procedure
Popular Organisations
Central Committees
Other Organisations
Chronology and Spelling
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Ten Days That Shook the World
I: Background
II: The Coming Storm
III: On the Eve
IV: The Fall of the Provisional Government
V: Plunging Ahead
VI: The Committee for Salvation
VII: The Revolutionary Front
VIII: Counterrevolution
IX: Victory
X: Moscow
XI: The Conquest of Power
XII: The Peasants’ Congress
Appendix to Chapter I
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2: Wages and Cost of Living Before and During the Revolution
3: The Socialist Ministers
4: September Municipal Elections in Moscow
5: Growing Arrogance of the Reactionaries
Appendix to Chapter II
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2: Democratic Conference
3: The Function of the Soviets Is Ended
4: Trotsky’s Speech at the Council of the Russian Republic
5: The Nakaz to Skobeliev
6: Peace at Russia’s Expense
7: Russian Soldiers in France
8: Terestchenko’s Speech (Resumé)
9: The British Fleet (etc.)
10: Appeals Against Insurrection
11: Lenin’s “Letter to the Comrades”
12: Miliukov’s Speech (Resumé)
13: Interview with Kerensky
Appendix to Chapter III
1: Resolution of the Factory-Shop Committees
2: The Bourgeois Press on the Bolsheviki
3: Moderate Socialist Press on the Bolsheviki
4: “Yedinstvo”
5: Were the Bolsheviki Conspirators?
6: Appeal Against Insurrection
7: Events of the Night, November 6th
Appendix to Chapter IV
1: Events of November 7th
2: Kerensky in Flight
3: Looting of the Winter Palace
4: Rape of the Women’s Battalion
Appendix to Chapter V
1: Appeals and Proclamations
2: Protest of the Municipal Duma
3: Land Decree—Peasants’ Nakaz
4: The Land and Deserters
5: The Council of People’s Commissars
Appendix to Chapter VI
1: Appeals and Denunciations
Appendix to Chapter VII
1: Two Decrees
2: The Strike Fund
Appendix to Chapter VIII
1: Kerensky’s Advance
2: Proclamations of the Military Revolutionary Committee
3: Acts of the Council of People’s Commissars
4: The Liquor Problem
5: Order No. 2
Appendix to Chapter IX
1: Military Revolutionary Committee. Bulletin No. 2
2: Events of the 13th in Petrograd
3: Truce. Krasnov’s Answer to the Committee for Salvation
4: Events at Tsarskoye Selo
5: Appeal of the Soviet Government
Appendix to Chapter X
1: Damage to the Kremlin
2: Lunatcharsky’s Declaration
3: Questionnaire for the Bourgeoisie
4: Revolutionary Financial Measure
Appendix to Chapter XI
1: Limitations of This Chapter
2: Preamble—Declaration of the Rights of the Peoples of Russia
3: Decrees
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5: Ridicule of the New Regime
6: On the Question of an Agreement
7: Wine “Pogroms”
8: Speculators
9: Purishkevitch’s Letter to Kaledin
10: Decree on the Monopoly of Advertisements
11: Obligatory Ordinance
12: Two Proclamations
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14: Appeals and Counter-Appeals
15: Elections to the Constituent Assembly in Petrograd
16: From the Council of People’s Commissars to the Toiling Cossacks
17: From the Commission on Public Education Attached to the Central City Duma
18: Diplomatic Correspondence of the Soviet Government
19: Appeals to the Front Against Dukhonin
20: From Krylenko
Appendix to Chapter XII
1: Instruction to Peasants
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Endnotes
List of Illustrations
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