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by Michael Carley

  • Author: Michael Carley
  • ISBN: 0773504087
  • ISBN13: 978-0773504080
  • ePub: 1250 kb | FB2: 1831 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Europe
  • Publisher: McGill Queens Univ Pr (October 1, 1983)
  • Pages: 265
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Revolution and Intervention: The French Government and the Russian Civil War, 1917-1919 ePub download

The stated goals were to help the Czechoslovak Legion, to secure supplies of munitions and armaments in Russian ports, and to re-establish the Eastern Front. Overthrow of the new Bolshevik regime was an additional, covert motivation. After the Bolshevik government withdrew from World War I, the Allied Powers openly backed the anti-communist White forces in Russia.

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American government hostility to the Bolshevik seizure of power was immediate and visceral. The French and British governments had been through the debate in the late winter and early spring of 1918. Secretary of State Robert Lansing and the State Department in general were profoundly hostile to Soviet Russia. The ideologues, who saw the nascent Red Army as an instrument of "social revolution," won out easily over realists, who thought the Allies should help the Red Army fight the Germans (since "patriotic" elements could not and would not do so).

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A Russian Civil War Diary: Alexis Babine in Saratov, 1917–1922. The Russian Civil War 691. The origins of the decision to intervene in Russia, of course, have. prompted considerable debate among historians. and London: Duke University Press, 1988. Russia and the Allies, igi?-ig2o: Vol. II: The Road. to Intervention, March-November igi8. Did the Allies intervene. against the Bolsheviks because they were revolutionaries who threatened. Allied political and economic interests, or because the Soviet government.

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Even with limited foreign intervention, the civil war was bloody and destructive. intensifiedthe civil war in 1919. The revolution and civil war also ripped apart the social structure of pre-war Tsarist Russia; by 1921, when the Soviet government finally snuffed out the last remains of armed resistance,Russia was in ruins.

By Michael Jabara Carley. Kingston and Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1983.

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