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The Potemkin Mutiny.

Richard Alexander Hough

The Potemkin Mutiny.

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Published by New English Library in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Originally published (B60-20325), H. Hamilton, 1960.

SeriesFour Square book
The Physical Object
Pagination192p.,19cm
Number of Pages192
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19512221M


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Hailed as an important contribution both to history and to sea literature when first published inThe Potemkin Mutiny. book Hough's book gives a dramatic blow-by-blow account of the June mutiny on board the Russian battleship revolt, immortalized in Sergei Eisenstein's famous motion picture, was considered by the Soviets a glorious moment in the people's fight against a tyrannical /5(4).

Hailed as an important contribution both to history and to sea literature when first published inRichard Hough's book gives a dramatic blow-by-blow account of the June mutiny on board the Russian battleship revolt, immortalized in Sergei Eisenstein's famous motion picture, was considered by the Soviets a glorious moment in the people's fight/5.

The brave decision by the crew of the Potemkin to start a mutiny which they hope will spread across the Black Sea fleet ends in tragedy. But twelve years later the Tsar is overthrown and the revolution begins in ent account backed by photos of the main protagonist and the ships involved/5(35).

Fascinating book covering the Russian mutiny in on board the country's greatest battleship of the time, Battleship Potemkin. I enjoyed the book for its historical perspective - the mutiny acted as a catalyst to revolution in Russia to depose the brutal monarchy of Czar Nicholas II/5.

Battleship Potemkin (Russian: Бронено́сец «Потёмкин», Bronenosets Potyomkin), sometimes rendered as Battleship Potyomkin, is a Soviet silent film directed by Sergei Eisenstein and produced by presents a dramatized version of the mutiny that occurred in when the crew of the Russian battleship Potemkin rebelled against its by: Edmund Meisel (original score), Edison.

POTEMKIN MUTINY. The Potemkin Mutiny that took place during the Russian Revolution on board of battleship Knyaz Potemkin Tavricheskiy of the Russian Black Sea Fleet on June 14 – 25, The Potemkin, commissioned inwas commanded by Captain Golikov.

On J while at sea on artillery maneuvers, its The Potemkin Mutiny. book protested over the quality of The Potemkin Mutiny. book that was brought on board that day. Hailed as an important contribution both to history and to sea literature when first published inRichard Hough's book gives a dramatic blow-by-blow account of the June mutiny on board the Russian battleship revolt, immortalized in Sergei Eisenstein's famous motion picture, was considered by the Soviets a glorious moment in the people's fight against a tyrannical.

The Mutiny on the Potemkin. A rebellion erupted on the Russian battleship Potemkin on 14 June Richard Cavendish | Published in History Today Volume 55 Issue 6 June The Russian navy in the year of the abortive revolution of still preserved the harsh conditions and brutal punishments of.

Get this from a library. The Potemkin mutiny. [Richard Hough] -- Hailed as an important contribution both to history and to sea literature when first published inThe Potemkin Mutiny gives a dramatic blow-by-blow account of the June mutiny on board the.

A pulse-quickening story that alternates between the opulent court of Nicholas II and the razor's-edge tension aboard the Russian Navy ship Potemkin, Red Mutiny is a tale threaded with terrific adventure, epic naval battles, bloodlust, and a rallying cry to 5/5(6).

The ten days of the Potemkin’s mutiny were a brief, but incredibly important part of Russia’s history. It was one of the first major military rebellions in 20th century Russia and acted as a prelude to the revolutions which overthrew the Czar.

Hailed as an important contribution both to history and to sea literature when first published inRichard Hough's book gives a dramatic blow-by-blow account of the June mutiny on board the Russian battleship Potemkin.

The revolt, immortalized in Sergei Eisenstein's famous motion picture, was considered by the Soviets a glorious moment in the people's fight against a tyrannical.

News > World > Europe Potemkin: the mutiny, the movie and the myth One hundred years ago, sailors serving on a Russian battleship rebelled against the harsh regime run by their Tsarist officers.

Hailed as an important contribution both to history and to sea literature when first published inRichard Hough's book gives a dramatic blow-by-blow account of the June mutiny on board the Russian battleship revolt, immortalized in Sergei Eisenstein's famous motion picture, was considered by the Soviets a glorious moment in the people's fight against a tyrannical Pages: Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hough, Richard, Potemkin mutiny.

Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press,© Origin. Grigory Potemkin was a minister and lover of the Russian Empress Catherine II's. After the Russian annexation of Crimea from the Ottoman Empire and liquidation of the Cossack Zaporozhian Sich (see New Russia), Potemkin became governor of the had been devastated by the war, and the Muslim Tatar inhabitants of Crimea were viewed as a potential fifth column of the Ottoman.

It began with maggots in the shipboard meat supply. A few days later it had become the most famous naval mutiny of the Twentieth Century. This is the story of the mutiny aboard the Russian battleship Potemkin in the Black Sea—-the same story immortalized in the great Eisenstein propaganda film—-and it is told in a way which attempts valiantly to be objective.

The Potemkin Mutiny tells the story of the misguided mutiny on the Russian battleship Potemkin inthe events surrounding it in the immediate aftermath and in the context of the Russian revolution.

At the time Russia was waging war in the Far East (it had just lost the Korean peninsula to Japan) and had little credibility as a naval s: 2. Potemkin synonyms, Potemkin pronunciation, Potemkin translation, English dictionary definition of Potemkin.

Grigori Aleksandrovich Russian army officer and politician. Hailed as an important contribution both to history and to sea literature when first published inRichard Hough's book gives a dramatic blow-by-blow account of the June mutiny on board the Russian battleship Potemkin.

The revolt, immortalized in Sergei Eisenstein's famous motion picture, was considered by the Soviets a glorious moment. In the midst of the Russian Revolution ofthe crew of the battleship Potemkin mutiny against the brutal, tyrannical regime of the vessel's officers.

The resulting street demonstration in Odessa brings on a police massacre. Based on the historical events the movie tells the.

Simon Sebag Montefiore is a historian of in: Catherine the Great's Imperial Partner was short-listed for the Samuel Johnson, Duff Cooper and Marsh Biography prizes in : The Court of the Red Tsar was awarded the History Book of the Year Prize at the British Book Stalin won the Los Angeles Times Book Prize for Biography, the Costa Biography Prize (UK 4/5(1).

In the midst of the Russian Revolution ofthe crew of the battleship Potemkin mutiny against the brutal, tyrannical regime of the vessel's officers. The resulting. Any revelations in your study of the Potemkin.

RED MUTINY is the first book in English published on the mutiny in fifty years, and the first enjoy to full access to the Russian naval archives.

Of course, there have been numerous accounts researched and written by Soviet scholars, but these were always filtered through their political lens. Neal Bascomb provides a compelling and detailed account of the mutiny in his recently published book Red Mutiny: Eleven Fateful Days on the Battleship Potemkin ().

In addition to its innovative and much-analyzed photography and editing, the film was noteworthy for its unusual mix of professional and non-professional actors, based on the.

Red Mutiny: Eleven Fateful Days on the Battleship Potemkin. by Neal Bascomb, Houghton Mifflin, New York,$ More than a century has passed since sailors aboard the Imperial Russian Navy battleship Potemkin deposed their officers and challenged Tsar Nicholas Red Mutiny, Neal Bascomb has taken a fresh look at the events of June absent the political bias of previous historians.

Battleship Potemkin had without a doubt the greatest cinematography of its time, and for decades to come.

The Odessa steps scene was so beautiful and artistic it truly felt like a piece of art%. Description: Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.

Commentary (films not included). Pages: Chapters: The Battleship Potemkin, The Caine Mutiny, The Bounty, Amistad, Crimson Tide, Mutiny on the Bounty, Space Mutiny, In the Wake of the Bounty.

Historical Narrative in The Battleship Potemkin "What are a few maggots?"(1) asks Richard Hough in his book, The Potemkin answers with the powerful story of the mutiny of the sailors of the Potemkin in their struggle against the repressive officers of the Russian Imperial Navy.

A 5 minute clip of the mutiny on the Potemkin in Sergei Eisentein's classic. This is purely for use in an educational presentation. The mutiny failed because of betrayals, fatigue, poor timing and lack of support from those on land. The Potemkin wandered the Black Sea, losing morale, sailor turning on sailor, until all was.

The mutiny was successful, but events quickly turned bloody. With the Potemkin anchored outside Odessa harbor, the Russian army massacred sympathetic workers lining the piers. When a squadron of ships arrived to sink the Potemkin, the crew of a second battleship also mutinied, prompting the Russian commander to flee.

But the rebellion. This book is an account of the mutiny that occurred in June on board the Russians newest battleship the Potemkin which although it lasted only 10 days it sparked riots all over Russia and in many ways was the precursor of the revolution/5(8).

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We have 1 answer for this clue. He examines such famous mutinies as the uprisings aboard the Bounty and the Potemkin, the racial disturbances on the Constellation, the rebellion at the Nore, and the hijacking of the Storozhevoy, along with some not-so-famous insurrections that fill his book with suspense and colorful characters to bring the dramatic events to life.

The Potemkin Mutiny by Richard Hough. Naval Institute Press, Paperback. Good. Disclaimer:A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions.

At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend The mutiny on the battleship Potemkin, the antithesis. The revolution and the overturn of the old society, the attempt at a new society, the new synthesis. Standing at the bottom of the great Potemkin Stairs, looking up the staircase and then out to the Sea, I mutter that Russia is not as distant and exotic as most westerners believe.

Major General Mungo Melvin mentions the mutiny in his latest book, Sevastopol's Wars: Crimea from Potemkin to Putin: In the early hours of 27 June, the crew of the Potemkin discovered maggots in rotten meat and refused the soup made from this source.

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Free shipping for many products!5/5(1). What followed was a violent port-to-port chase that spanned eleven harrowing days and came to symbolize the Russian revolution itself.A pulse-quickening story that alternates between the opulent court of Nicholas II and the razor’s-edge tension aboard the Potemkin, Red Mutiny is a tale threaded with terrific adventure, epic naval battles /5(30).The Origins of the Potemkin Mutiny () From Revolutionary History, Vol.

8 No. 2,pp. 65– Transcribed by Alun Morgan for the Revolutionary History Website. Marked up by Einde O’Callaghan for the Marxists’ Internet Archive. IT is well-known that the Potemkin mutiny was not an unexpected event.

It was the premature and isolated.Potemkin’s debut became an inalterable demarcation point dividing world cinema’s aesthetic evolution. Before Potemkin, film editing was a necessary technical encumbrance.

After Potemkin, Sergei Eisenstein’s theories of montage and the linkage and collision of shotsFile Size: KB.