The World Revolution That Wasn’t

The revolutionary events in Russia between 1917 and 1922 were a decisive historical rupture, which shaped the entire 20th century and continues to have an impact on our own time. On its 100th anniversary, we are presenting the exhibition “1917. Revolution. Russia and Europe”, addressing the revolutionary events and their effects. For the anniversary of the October Revolution, the DHM blog has decided to publish the speech given by philosopher and author Michail Ryklin at the exhibition opening on October 17.

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