Military operations, state institutions, and the ideologies that sustained the warring sides.
- Railways in War and Revolution
- Роль большевистских вождей в победе Красной армии в Гражданскую войну / The Role of Bolshevik Leaders in the Red Army's Civil War Victory
- Russian Origins of Strategic Air Operations
- War, the Wounded and Politics
- Women Soldiers in Russia's Great War
Arc of Revolution
Events and developments along the Empire's borderlands and periphery
Diplomatic initiatives and agreements, foreign affairs, non-governmental institutions.
- Could Russia Have Avoided War in 1914?
- Золото Колчака: конец легенды / Kolchak’s Gold: The End of a Legend
- Treaty of Brest Litovsk
The Home Front
Politics, society, and the economy during War, Revolution, and Civil War.
- Anti-Bolshevik Resistance to the Bolshevik Coup of October 25-26: Tragedy or Farce?
- Bolshevik Families and the Revolutionary Struggle
- The Progressive Bloc in the State Council, 1915-1917
- Revolution From Below in 1917
- Shefstvo—Revolutionary Sponsorship
- Sisters of Mercy in Russia’s Great War
- Songs of Russia’s Great War and Revolution
Popular entertainments and the arts, visual culture, education, religion, philosophy, and the sciences.
- Aleksandr Blok’s Twelve
- M.A. Bulgakov’s “Future Prospects” and “In the Café”
- The Writing on the Wall: The Russian Orthographic Reform of 1917–1918
- War and Laughter: Political Cartoons in Russia’s Liberal Press, 1914-1918
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