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RUSSIAN ECONOMY
RUSSIAN PART
RUSSIAN COMMUNISTS
ARTICLE RELATED
SUBSEQUENT RUSSIAN CIVIL WAR
CZECHOSLOVAK LEGION
ALLIED INTERVENTION
MILLION
CIVILIANS
MOVEMENT
EXTRACT
REGIME
PEOPLE
PRODUCTIVE
SOVIET ARMY
SILVER COINS
MILITARY
MILITARY FORCE
SPANISH CIVIL WAR
TATARSTAN
POWER
POLAND
UKRAINE
GOVERNMENT
MENNONITES
BOLSHEVIK REGIME
PERIOD
MONGOLIA
SIBERIA
COMMUNISTS
COMINTERN
RUSSIAN REVOLUTION
KUBAN
HARBIN
RUSSIA
RED ARMY
BOLSHEVIKS
OCTOBER REVOLUTION
RUSSIAN CIVIL WAR
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Definitions

  1. After the Russian Civil War, the wreck of the Potemkin was raised from the bottom of the sea and dismantled because of irreparable damage.
  2. During the Russian Civil War (1918-20), the Cossacks in southern Russia formed the core of the White armies there and suffered extensively.
  3. During the Russian Civil War, a significant number of the Astrakhan Cossacks sided with the counterrevolution and participated in the Astrakhan offensive.
  4. During the Russian Civil War, the region became part of the short-lived Republic of the Mountaineers of the North Caucasus.

Russian Economy

  1. By the end of the Russian Civil War the Russian economy and infrastructure were heavily damaged.

Russian Part

  1. During 1917-1924 (Russian Civil War) the Russian part of the CER came under the administration of the White Army.

Russian Communists

  1. However, Russian Communists, engaged in the Russian Civil War, were unable to provide any significant support to communist movements outside Russia.

Article Related

  1. An article related to the Russian Civil War is a good example.

Subsequent Russian Civil War

  1. As a result of the Russian Revolution of 1917 and the subsequent Russian Civil War, many Baltic Germans fled to Weimar Germany.

Czechoslovak Legion

  1. The Czechoslovak Legion had no real interest in fighting in the Russian Civil War.

Allied Intervention

  1. However, the major preoccupation of his tenure in the War Office was the Allied intervention in the Russian Civil War.

Million

  1. From 2.4 million in 1916 it had dropped to less than 740 thousand by 1920 during the Russian Revolution of 1917 and Russian Civil War.

Civilians

  1. In total, an estimated 7 million to 8 million people died during the Russian Civil War, more than 5 million of whom were civilians.

Movement

  1. Russian army officer and one of the military leaders of the anti-Bolshevik White movement during the Russian Civil War.

Extract

  1. July - The Siberian Expedition is launched to extract the Czechoslovak Legion from the Russian civil war.

Regime

  1. The USSR had provided aid to Afghanistan as early as 1919, shortly after Russian Revolution and when the regime was facing the Russian Civil War.

People

  1. As they were sent home they a desiase was brought into the Stanitsa and as the Russian Civil War began most people were simply to sick to fight.
  2. Many millions of people died in the resulting Russian Civil War of 1917-1922.

Productive

  1. In 1918 - 1920, in the middle of the Russian Civil War, the new regime nationalized all productive property.

Soviet Army

  1. He was political commissar of the Soviet Army (Western front) during the Russian Civil War and Polish-Soviet war.

Silver Coins

  1. The first coinage after Russian civil war was minted in 1921 with silver coins in denominations of 10, 15, 20 and 50 kopecks and 1 ruble.

Military

  1. They re-armed themselves and briefly became a military and diplomatic force during the Russian Civil War.

Military Force

  1. However, when the Russian Civil War was won he used military force to assimilate the newly independent states of Armenia, Georgia, and Azerbaijan.

Spanish Civil War

  1. Compare and contrast the causes of the Russian Civil War and the Spanish Civil War.

Tatarstan

  1. The Russian Civil War ended in tatarstan with the suppression of anti-communist peasan Pitchfork Uprising in March 1920.

Power

  1. The Soviet government was incapable of establishing their power for a length of time, which gave rise to the Russian Civil War.

Poland

  1. On the other hand, Poland had no intention of joining the western intervention in the Russian Civil War or of conquering Russia itself.

Ukraine

  1. In Ukraine the anarcho-communist guerrilla leader Nestor Makhno led an independent anarchist army in Ukraine during the Russian Civil War.

Government

  1. The new government formed the Red Army to fight various enemies in the Russian Civil War.

Mennonites

  1. The anarchy surrounding the Russian Civil War was devastating to many German communities, particularly to religious dissenters like the Mennonites.

Bolshevik Regime

  1. The terror began from the very day Lenin seized power.[14] The Bolshevik regime came to power through the Russian Civil War[15] initiated by Lenin.
  2. During the Russian Civil War he supported neither side, as he opposed both the Bolshevik regime and the White Movement.

Period

  1. From 1919 to 1924 Iron Duke served in the Mediterranean and, for a period, in the Black Sea supporting White Russian troops during the Russian Civil War.

Mongolia

  1. During the early days of the Soviet Union, around the time of the Russian Civil War, Mongolia became a contested territory.

Siberia

  1. In 1919, Canada sent an expeditionary force to Siberia to aid the White Russians in the Russian Civil War.

Communists

  1. Bermondt thought that the communists would be crushed in the Russian civil war and there was no need to help fight them.

Comintern

  1. The Comintern was founded in these conditions at a congress held in Moscow March 2-6, 1919,[ 2] against the backdrop of the Russian Civil War.
  2. The Comintern was thus founded in these conditions in at a congress March 2-6 1919,[5] against the backdrop of the Russian Civil War.

Russian Revolution

  1. The Russian Revolution was followed by a period of civil war (see Russian Civil War), after which communist control was complete.
  2. The Soviet period After the Russian Revolution of 1917, Georgia declared independence on May 26, 1918 in the midst of the Russian Civil War.
  3. Siberia played a key role in the Russian civil war of 1918-20 (see Russian Revolution).

Kuban

  1. After the Bolshevik Victory in the Russian Civil War, Kuban was viewed as one of the most hostile regions to the young Communist state.

Harbin

  1. A significant number of Tatars emigrated during the Russian Civil War, mostly to Turkey and Harbin, China, but resettled to European countries later.

Russia

  1. Amidst the Russian Civil War the Poles were eager to regain all the territories of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth from their historical enemy, Russia.
  2. Mongolia had been a protectorate of the Russia from 1912 until 1919 when the Chinese took control during the Russian Civil War.
  3. The Red Terror was a campaign of mass arrests and deportations targeted against counterrevolutionaries in Russia during the Russian Civil War.

Red Army

  1. During the Russian Civil War and Polish-Soviet War, Stalin was a political commissar in the Red Army at various fronts.
  2. Many foreign armies warred against the Red Army, notably the Allied Forces, and many volunteer foreigners fought in both sides of the Russian Civil War.
  3. The taking of the city by Ieronim Uborevich 's Red Army on 25 October 1922 marked the end of the Russian Civil War.

Bolsheviks

  1. In the middle of the Russian Civil War (1918-1920), the Bolsheviks nationalized all productive property.
  2. During the Russian Civil War they fought on both sides although the Don Cossack Host was one of the main military forces resisting the Bolsheviks.
  3. The Russian Civil War between the Bolsheviks (Reds) and their political opponents (Whites) did as much to create the USSR as the Revolution of 1917.

October Revolution

  1. The Soviet Union began pursuing the recovery of the provinces of Tsarist Russia lost during the chaos of the October Revolution and the Russian Civil War.
  2. The new government was overthrown in the October Revolution, and the Russian Civil War broke out.
  3. The victory of the Bolsheviks in the October Revolution and the resulting Russian Civil War did serious damage to anarchist movements internationally.

Russian Civil War

  1. In the Russian Civil War that followed the October Revolution, the Cossacks found themselves on both sides of the conflict.
  2. For a brief period during the Russian Civil War in 1918–1919, it was proclaimed the Capital of Russia, and held the imperial gold reserves.
  3. After the Russian Civil War, Potemkin was raised from the bottom of the sea and dismantled because of irreparable damage.

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