1917: Vladimir Lenin, Woodrow Wilson, and the Year that Created the Modern Age by Arthur Herman

1917: Vladimir Lenin, Woodrow Wilson, and the Year that Created the Modern Age

Arthur Herman

nonfiction history politics informative medium-paced

480 pages | first published 2017

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In 1917, Arthur Herman examines one crucial year and the two figures at its center who would set the course of modern world history: Woodrow Wilson and Vladimir Lenin. Though they were men of very different backgrounds and experiences, Herman reve...
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