svn log. It should do what you're after.
...the repository is like a time machine. It keeps a record of every change ever committed, and allows you to explore this history by examining previous versions of files and directories as well as the metadata that accompanies them... There are several commands that can provide you with historical data from the repository...
To find out information about the history of a file or directory, use the
svn log command.
svn log will provide you with a record of who made changes to a file or directory, at what revision it changed, the time and date of that revision, and, if it was provided, the log message that accompanied the commit...
If you want even more information about a file or directory,
svn log also takes a
--verbose (-v) switch. Because Subversion allows you to move and copy files and directories, it is important to be able to track path changes in the filesystem, so in verbose mode,
svn log will include a list of changed paths in a revision in its output...