Rewolucja: Russian Poland, 1904-1907 is an account written by Robert Blobaum. It covers the revolution in Poland in 1905 which led to large and significant changes politically. Blobaum, the author of this work, is the Eberly Family Distinguished Professor of History and he teaches at the West Virginia University. He has written much on history, mostly on Poland’s history. He covers subjects from antisemitism in Poland to the effects of war and violence in that country.
During 1905, Poland was ruled by Russia, and with the revolution that year, the political scene was dramatically changed. The influences in politics were consolidated, and a mass political culture developed. This book is the first one that was published in English about the political transformation during this time, and Blobaum incorporates a lot of research and primary sources to describe and really explore the history of Poland and the revolutions that changed many aspects of the social and political atmospheres. Blobaum wrote that the small events usually dismissed as insignificant and peripheral to Russia’s actions are actually important to understand Polish independence after WWI.