[Berlin]: Kosmos, 1923. Original publisher's cover. Good. Item #193
Octavo (16 x 23 cm). 269 pages: illustrations. Text in Ukrainian. Hardbound cover with gilt lettering to cover and spine; inscription in pencil “Gift: Prof. George Bachur, Detroit, 4-30-68” to page 4 ; wear to cover; library call number to spine; internally very good.
The book is dedicated to the memory of the Ukrainian comrade Mykola Vrublevsky, who was shot in Kiev on Christmas night of 1918 by the Directorate of the Ukrainian People's Republic for his participation in the International Workers Revolutionary Party. The purpose of this textbook is to help students understand world history as a class struggle, and the social revolution of 1917 and the Soviet State as the last ring in the perennial chain of revolt of the masses against social oppression.
OCLC shows ten copies, as of April 2020.