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New Russian Revolution site is live

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The Marx Memorial Library is proud to announce that the new website on the Russian Revolution 1917-1922 and its impact on World War 1 and the European Labour Movement, is now live. 

The website is part of a larger project marking the centenary of the Russian Revolution hosted by MML and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund. In addition to this website, we have created a travelling exhibition (designed by Angus Reid) and an accompanying brochure. The entire project has been researched, written and co-ordinated by Professor Mary Davis and Tommy Hodgson.

Check the website out for yourself:
http://russianrevolution.marx-memorial-library.org.uk/

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Meirian Jump

Meirian Jump has been the Archivist and Library Development Officer at the Marx Memorial Library & Workers' School in December 2014. She graduated from University College, London’s Masters Programme in Archives and Records Management in 2010, having pursued a research interest in twentieth century Spanish and British history at undergraduate level at the University of Oxford, and postgraduate level at Queen Mary College, University of London.

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