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Was Revolution Inevitable? Turning Points of the Russian Revolution


by Tony Brenton

Weihnachten im Unterstand 1916 (Christmas in the dugout 1916)
A well built shelter with stove and chimney, towels drying on a line, a table decorated with greens and three small Christmas trees, two wine bottles.
Original Austrian pencil sketch by Karl, 1916.
Text:
Weihnachten im Unterstand 1916 (Christmas in the dugout 1916)
Reverse:
An Weihnachten im Felde 1916 Mein Unterstand . . . Karl
K.u.K. Feldpost January 14, 1917
K.k. Lst. I.R. Wien No. 1. M.G.A.U.

Weihnachten im Unterstand 1916 (Christmas in the dugout 1916)
A well built shelter with stove and chimney, towels drying on a line, a table decorated with greens and three small Christmas trees, two wine bottles.
Original Austrian pencil sketch by Karl, 1916. © John M. Shea

Was Revolution Inevitable? Turning Points of the Russian Revolution edited by Tony Brenton

Publisher: Oxford University Press, 2017

Copyright: Tony Brenton 2017