ONE HUNDRED RED DAYS. 25 November 1917 - 4 March 1918. A Personal Chronicle of the Bolshevik Revolution
Publisher: New Haven: Yale University Press
Condition: Very Good
Binding: Hard Cover
Dust Jacket: Good
Edition: 1st edition
New Haven:Yale University Press. 1931. xv+502pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Black boards slightly faded at top edges, where dust jacket is chipped and torn, with red print still bright on spine. Internally, pages are slightly age-toned, but otherwise a very good, clean copy. No previous owners marks or signatures found. The dust jacket, still in one piece, but soiled and worn at all edges and seams, with small chips and tears. It is not price-clipped. With a facsimile reproduction of the report, "The German-Bolshevik Conspiracy" in rear. *"Edgar Sisson, President Wilson's special representative, reached Petrograd at the dawn of the Red Terror. The Provisional Government had fallen eighteen days before, Kerensky was a fugitive, and militant Bolshevism was victorious. From then until the signing of the Brest-Litovsk Treaty, Sisson's mission kept him in the thick of the tumult."