Mariia Spiridonova: Russian martyr and British heroine? The portrayal of a Russian female terrorist in the British press


McDermid, J. (2006) Mariia Spiridonova: Russian martyr and British heroine? The portrayal of a Russian female terrorist in the British press In, Thatcher, Ian D. (eds.) Reinterpreting Revolutionary Russia: Essays in Honour of James D. White. Basingstoke, UK, Palgrave Macmillan pp. 36-54.

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Terror in 1905; J.Keep Mariya Spiridonova: Russian Martyr and British Heroine? The Portrayal of a Russian Female Terrorist in the British Press; J.McDermid The First World War and the End of Tsarism; D.Saunders The October Revolution, the Constituent Assembly, and the End of the Russian Revolution; R.A.Wade Trotsky and the Russian Civil War; G.Swain A Bolshevik in Brixton Prison: Fedor Raskol'nikov and the Origins of Anglo-Soviet Relations; J.D.Smele Retrieving the Historical Lenin; C.Read In Lenin's Shadow: Nadezhda Krupskaya and the Bolshevik Revolution; J.McDermid & A.Hillyar Soviet 'Foreign Policy' and the Versailles-Washington System; P.Dukes From 'State of the Art' to 'State Art': The Rise of Socialist Realism at the Tretyakov Gallery; M.H.Byers Politics Projected into the Past: What Precipitated the 1936 Campaign Against M. N. Pokrovsky?; D.Brandenberger

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August 2006Published
Date Deposited: 12 Jul 2006
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URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/40915

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