Sanders, T and Newsinger, J (2016) 1917: Russia's red year - a graphic novel. Bookmarks Publications, London. ISBN 9781910885208
A revolution made by ordinary people that had the power to change everything - that is the story we follow through the lives of two young people Natalia and Peter. In 1917, Russian woman workers poured out of their factories, defied Cossacks armed with whips and took control of the streets. The government brought in the troops to restore order. But soldiers, angry at the war, food shortages and much more, mutinied and joined the marchers. That is where Natalia and Peter's story begins. By October workers had taken control. This fictionalized account of real events follow Natalia and Peter through a momentous year that changed those who lived through it forever and has inspired millions since.
This graphic novel follows the lives of Natalia and Peter, two young people who found themselves at the centre of a revolutionary storm. The artist is Tim Sanders and the writer is John Newsinger.
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