Source: Lenin addressing the Second All-Russian Congress of Soviets in Petrograd, 1917. (Encyclopædia Britannica, 2019).
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Alpha History is the most useful website to assist in studying the Russian Revolution, as it is written specifically for VCE History students. Useful sections include:
ThoughtCo – Russian Revolution Timeline – contains links to a number of articles about the Russian Revolution
Orlando Figes’ website – offers short extracts from Figes’ book Revolutionary Russia 1891-1991
Seventeen Moments in Soviet History – each topic has a short introductory essay and a series of primary sources
Spartacus Educational – each article contains a short essay, followed by short extracts from primary sources and historical interpretations that you can gather quotes and evidence from
Choices Program – Russian Revolution videos
BBC Bitesize – Russia 1881-1921 – offers short revision articles and quizzes
The State Library of Victoria has a useful Study Guide with links to relevant resources.
eBooks available with a free State Library of Victoria membership:
Stephen Lee – Lenin and Revolutionary Russia – a short study guide aimed at Year 12 students from the UK