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Tolstoy: A Russian Life. Book review Jan 1, 2011 721
In the company of Lenin: embarking on a study of the Russian revolutionary's long years in exile, Helen Rappaport unveiled the strangely compelling and sometimes surprising private life of a man driven by dogma. Essay Oct 1, 2009 2225
Florence Nightingale: The Woman and Her Legend. Book review Oct 1, 2008 557
Ekaterinburg: Helen Rappaport visits the town on the Russian-Siberian border where the Romanovs met their end. Jan 1, 2008 1298
The invitation that never came: Mary Seacole after the Crimea: Helen Rappaport on Queen Victoria, Florence Nightingale and the post-Crimean War reputation of the woman recently voted 'greatest black Briton': Mary Seacole. Cover Story Feb 1, 2005 4837
Gulag: a History of the Soviet Camps. Book Review Oct 1, 2003 804
The origins of women's peace campaigning: Helen Rappaport charts the early efforts of campaigning women to outlaw war. (Cross Current). Mar 1, 2002 2648

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