To mark the centenary of the Bolshevik seizure of power, Professor David Reynolds considers how a series of revolutions since 1917 have shaped Russia's history.

Professor David Reynolds, Professor of International History, Fellow of Christ's College, University of Cambridge
Chair: Alastair Niven LVO OBE, Honorary Fellow, Harris Manchester College, University of Oxford; Chair, The Annual Register Board

Overview

To mark the centenary of the Bolshevik seizure of power, Professor David Reynolds considers how a series of revolutions since 1917 have shaped Russia's history and argues that Britain and the West have often struggled to understand the country's unique experience of the twentieth century.

More information at Edmund Burke Lecture: Reflections on the Revolutions in Russia 1917-2017