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  2. Anton Denikin - Wikipedia

    Anton Ivanovich Denikin (Russian: Анто́н Ива́нович Дени́кин, IPA: [ɐnˈton ɪˈvanəvʲɪtɕ dʲɪˈnʲikʲɪn]; 16 December [O.S. 4 December] 1872 – 7 August 1947) was a Russian military leader who served as the acting supreme ruler of the Russian State and the commander-in-chief of the armed forces of South Russia during the Russian Civil War of 1917–1923.

  3. Monument to Admiral Alexander Kolchak - All You Need to Know ...

    The monument to Admiral Kolchak is located on Angarskaya Street, which is just past the river ochakovka, 2 kilometers north of Kirov Square. It is easiest reached by taking trolley bus # 3 to Rabochego Shtaba Street, and walking back for 5 minutes to the small park where the monument is located. The monument stands in front of the Znamensky ...

  4. Guarding the Railroad, Taming the Cossacks | National Archives

    The Czechs, in fact, had come full circle and delivered Kolchak to his Red executioners in Irkutsk in return for their own safe removal from Siberia. In the waning moments of the Kolchak regime, Semenoff had received his commission as commander-in-chief of all Russian forces in eastern Siberia. With Kolchak's death, this was a hollow trophy.

  5. White movement - Wikipedia

    Admiral Alexander Kolchak headed the eastern White Army and a provisional Russian government. Despite some significant success in 1919, the Whites were defeated being forced back to Far Eastern Russia, where they continued fighting until October 1922.

  6. The Bones in the Woods - The Washington Post

    This is where Adm. Alexander Kolchak comes in. In the bitter civil war that followed the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution, Kolchak became the leader of the anti-communist "Whites," whose last foothold ...

  7. Admiral Alexander Kolchak and the Cossack ataman Grigory Semyonov. The interventionist forces proved impotent. They could not choose among the multiple contenders to succeed the former czarist government, and so in general they sat idle on the sidelines. Defying the odds, the Red Army won. The last effective resistance ended with the

  8. Q&A: Anatol Shmelev On In the Wake Of Empire: Anti-Bolshevik ...

    Also, at the time, the State Archive of the Russian Federation, which holds the archive of the foreign ministry of Admiral Alexander Kolchak’s government, was finally open and available for unrestricted research. That was a big plus for me, and I was able to access that archive and use those materials for the book.

  9. Hard Lessons From the Russian Civil War -

    Their "Supreme Ruler," Admiral Alexander Kolchak, was internationally recognized as the head of state, and their army was crushing the Bolsheviks in the South. By November 1919, the tide had turned.

  10. Alexander Vasilyevich Kolchak ( bahasa Rusia: Алекса́ндр Васи́льевич Колча́к, 16 November 1874 – 7 Februari 1920) adalah seorang penjelajah kutub dan komandan Angkatan Laut Kekaisaran Rusia, yang terlibat dalam Perang Rusia-Jepang dan Perang Dunia Pertama. Selama Perang Saudara Rusia, ia mendirikan sebuah ...

  11. Great Siberian Ice March - Wikipedia

    The Great Siberian Ice March ( Russian: Великий Сибирский Ледяной поход, romanized :Velikiy Sibirskiy Ledyanoy pokhod) was the name given to the 2000-kilometer winter retreat of Admiral Kolchak 's Siberian Army from Omsk to Chita, in the course of the Russian Civil War between 14 November 1919 and March 1920.