Robert Vincent Daniels

Robert Vincent "Bill" Daniels (1926–2010) was an American historian and educator specializing in the history of the Soviet Union. He is best remembered as the author of two seminal monographs on the history of Soviet Russia —''The Conscience of the Revolution'' (1960) and ''Red October'' (1967) — and as author or editor of an array of widely used Russian history textbooks which helped to shape the thinking of two generations of American college students. Provided by Wikipedia
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Book
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by Daniels, Robert Vincent.
Published 1997
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (ELMdb)165635)
Book Electronic
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by Daniels, Robert Vincent
Published 1962
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (LACdb)31224)
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by Daniels, Robert Vincent.
Published 1960
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (SIEdb)429216)
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by Daniels, Robert Vincent.
Published 1988
Archive Electronic
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by Daniels, Robert Vincent.
Published 2007
Book Electronic
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Published 1991
Other Authors: '; ...Daniels, Robert Vincent....
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (NIUdb)889248, (UICdb)708010)
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Published 1962
Other Authors: '; ...Daniels, Robert Vincent....
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (NIUdb)1626944)
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Published 1993
Other Authors: '; ...Daniels, Robert Vincent....
Book Electronic
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