This fascinating study shows how terrorism as developed and practiced in Romanov Russia has, over the past century, manifested itself as the template for modern and postmodern terrorism as a universal sociocultural, psychological, and existential experience, irrespective of particular political causes, ethnic distinctions, and ideological boundaries.
* Offers data based on extensive archival and primary research
* Includes citations from numerous original sources found in Russian, American, European, and Israeli depositories
* Provides a comprehensive bibliography of primary and secondary sources
Anna Geifman, PhD, is professor of history at Boston University and research associate at the University of Bar-Ilan, Israel.