My very Russian boss who is a history buff, insists that there is no such thing as a 'good' book on Russian history on the grounds that 'Russian history has yet to be decided'. I was re-reading Barbara Tuchmans book ' The Guns of August' and I would like to read an account of this period from a Russian point of view especially the early 20th century. Any suggestions?
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