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  2. Vladimir Antonov-Ovseenko - Wikipedia

    Antonov-Ovseenko was the first former Trotskyist to be posthumously rehabilitated, and in 1956 was named in a speech by Anastas Mikoyan to the 20th party congress of the CPSU. Later, his son Anton , a historian, feared that his father was to be 'un-rehabilitated', and fought a long rearguard battle to protect his father's reputation.

  3. Anton Antonov-Ovseenko - Wikipedia

    Born on 23 February 1920, he was the son of the Bolshevik military leader Vladimir Antonov-Ovseenko who commanded the assault on the Winter Palace. [3] In 1935, he joined the historical faculty of the Moscow State Pedagogical Institute. In 1938, he was expelled from Komsomol and the institute wherein, however, he was reinstated in the same year.

  4. Vladimir Antonov-Ovseenko - Spartacus Educational

    Vladimir Antonov-Ovseenko. Vladimir Antonov-Ovseenko, the son of a military officer, was born in Russia in 1884. he was educated at the Voronezh Military School and the Nikolaevsk Army Engineering College. During this period Antonov-Ovseenko began to question the political system that existed in Russia and in 1901 was expelled from college for ...

  5. Vladimir Antonov-Ovseyenko | Military Wiki | Fandom

    In 1903, Antonov-Ovseyenko joined the Menshevik party. During the Russian Revolution of 1905, he led an uprising in Novo-Alexandria in Poland and Sevastopol in the Crimea. He was subsequently arrested and sentenced to twenty years' exile in Siberia. He soon escaped and by 1910 had emigrated to Paris. Soon after the outbreak of World War I ...

  6. Makhnovshchina - Wikipedia

    The Ukrainian Soviet Army commander Vladimir Antonov-Ovseenko reported that the Makhnovists had established a number of schools, hospitals and "children's communes", which had transformed Huliaipole into "one of the most cultured centres of Novorossiya."

  7. Allied intervention in the Russian Civil War - Wikipedia

    The February Revolution of March 1917 affected the course of the war; under intense political and personal pressure, the Tsar abdicated ( 16 March [ O.S. 3 March] 1917) and a Russian Provisional Government formed, led initially by Georgy Lvov (March to July 1917) and later by Alexander Kerensky (July to November 1917).

  8. Ambassador Antonov: Strikes on Crimea would be considered an ...

    Washington has completely subordinated G-7 members to its own line regarding the conflict in Ukraine, Antonov said in a statement. published on the Telegram channel of the Russian Embassy. In addition, the United States has sharply tightened its approaches on two important issues: preparations for the transfer of F-16 fighter jets to Kiev and ...

  9. After Bakhmut — Strategic Culture

    Stalin was unmoved by Soviet losses. Antonov presented his arguments for the defensive strategy in a climate of fear, knowing that contradicting Stalin could cost him his life. To the surprise of Marshals Aleksandr Vasilevsky and Georgy Zhukov, who were present at the meeting, Stalin relented and approved Antonov’s operational concept.

  10. Andreu Nin Pérez - Timenote

    Following a threat from Soviet consul Vladimir Antonov-Ovseenko to withhold Soviet aid, Companys sacked Nin from his cabinet on 16 December 1936, concluding a controversial tenure. Arrest and disappearance Following the violent "May Days" of Barcelona, on 16 June 1937, the government, under PCE pressure, declared POUM illegal.