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This review is from: Memoirs of a British Agent (Papermac) (Paperback)
This provides a fascinating account of the Russian Revolution from the point of view of one of the British Embassy staff. It was extremely interesting to see how things must have looked at the time to someone witnessing events that have been coloured by later propaganda. It's easy to forget that the people who were there had no idea how things would eventually turn out or the scale of the events that they were witnessing.
The insights into Russia, the revolution and its main characters all make interesting reading, particularly the meetings with Lenin and Trotsky.
Anyone interested in Russia and its history owes it to themself to read this.