Interlink Books
1-800-238-LINK About Interlink Free Catalog How to Order Contact Us Checkout


advanced search
What's New
Fall 2018
Just Published
Forthcoming Titles
Gift Ideas by Region-> (222)
Photography (8)
Textiles-> (46)
History & Politics-> (473)
9/11 (15)
Current Affairs (69)
Cultural Histories (29)
The Traveller's History Series (35)
General History & Politics (104)
Interlink Illustrated Histories (10)
Middle East History (53)
Irish History (5)
On-the-Road Histories (12)
Scottish History (134)
Religion (7)
World Travel-> (727)
International Cooking-> (142)
World Literature-> (663)
Clockroot Books (15)
Children's Books-> (190)
Music & Dance-> (27)
Film Studies-> (9)
Reference-> (84)
Foreign Languages (13)
Art-> (27)
Sports and Recreation-> (26)
Paranormal (19)
Illustrated Gift Books-> (84)
Books by Country
Books by Region
Antarctica & the Arctic
Australia & the Pacific
Central Asia
Eastern Europe
Indian Subcontinent
Latin America & the Carib..
Middle East & North Afric..
North America
Northeast Asia
Southeast Asia
Western Europe
Complete Catalog
Interlink Books booklist
About Interlink
How to Order
Submission Guidelines
Newsletter Signup

Fall 2016 Newsletters
Pane Cafone from Panetteria
Gift bookmark Soup for Syria
Order a Catalog
Contact Us

My Account
Join Our Mailing List
Shopping Cart more
0 items

A Traveller's History of Russia (6th ed.)
Peter Neville

5" x 7 3/4" • 336 pages • b&w illus., maps
ISBN 9781566566452 • paperback • $14.95

This book provides a comprehensive survey of Russia's tragic and glorious history from prehistory through glasnost and the fall of the Soviet Union right up to the present day. The book begins with prehistoric Russia and its nomadic invaders, and covers the rise of Muscovy with its colorful panopoly of rulers from Ivan Moneybags to Ivan the Terrible, despotism of the Romanovs, and the Russian Revolution.

Then follows an account of the rise of the Soviet state, its world role and recent changes. The up-to-the-minute conclusion analyzes the Soviet collapse and its devolution into 15 separate republics, the tragedy of the Chechen War, and Vladimir Putin’s election.

Peter Neville is a Lecturer in Contemporary European History at the University of Luton and is also a tutor for the Open University. He is the author of several books on modern history including A Traveller's History of Ireland in this series. He is a frequent visitor to Eastern Europe and Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States. 

Media Reviews
'...the fascinating Traveller's History of Russia and the USSR. Since our schools teach nothing of Russian history, the book provides some valuable pre-holiday reading for anyone planning a trip to the Soviet Union' The Independent

Submit a Review »

Of Related Interest:
Sun Maiden and the Crescent Moon, The
A Traveller's History of Poland (2nd ed.)
Lenin and the Russian Revolution
Eastern and Central European Kitchen, The
A Traveller's Companion to St. Petersburg
Putin Mystique, The
A Traveller's Companion to Moscow