Anton Wanovitch Denikin russian general who fought in the Russo-Japanese War and was a strong supporter of NicholasII after the Bolshevik Revolution... British tanks taken from Anton Denikin's army by the Bolsheviks during the Russian Civil War, circa 1919.
Anton Denikin (1872-1947) was a general in the Russian Imperial army and was one of the generals of the White Army during the Civil War. After Kornilov was killed in 1918, Denikin assumed command of the anti-bolshevik Volunteer Army.
Following the February Revolution and the overthrow of Tsar Nicholas II, he became Chief of Staff to Mikhail Alekseev, then Aleksei Brusilov, and finally Lavr Kornilov. Denikin supported the attempted coup of his commander, the Kornilov Affair, in September 1917 and was arrested and imprisoned with him.
Denikin came from a poor family and rose by merit through the army ranks. A brilliant field officer, he became a national hero in 1916 as commander of the "Iron Division" in the Brusilov offensive against the Austro-German armies. Churchill later credited the survival of the Allies to Russia's gallant efforts in this campaign.
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Anton Iwanowicz Denikin – rosyjski wojskowy, polityk i pisarz. Generał lejtnant Armii Imperium Rosyjskiego. Od 1918 dowódca Armii Ochotniczej. W latach 1919–1920 dowódca Sił Zbrojnych Południa Rosji. Jeden z najważniejszych przywódców antybolszewickich sił podczas wojny domowej w Rosji.
Anton Ivanovitš Denikin (ven. Анто́н Ива́нович Дени́кин, 16. joulukuuta (J: 4. joulukuuta) 1872 Wloclawek, Varsovan kuvernementti, Venäjä – 8. elokuuta 1947 Ann Arbor, Yhdysvallat) oli venäläinen kenraali, Venäjän sisällissodassa toimineen sadan tuhannen miehen Etelä-Venäjän valkoisen armeijan komentaja vuosina 1918–1919 ja lyhytikäisen Etelä-Venäjän ...
Denikin was a general in WWI, but an opponent of Communism. He lived much of his life in exile, first in France eventually dying in the United States of America. His remains were returned to Russia and buried at the Donsky Monastery upon orders of Putin when he was president.
Anton Denikin Russian military and political leader (1872–1947) This article may be expanded with text translated from the corresponding article in Russian .
Anton Denikin was a little Hitler. Something this book makes zero reference to. Troops under his command massacred 50,000 Jews during the Russian Civil War. Check out Wikipedia An excerpt below John Ernest Hodgson, a British war correspondent with Denikin's forces, said the following of Denikin's and his officers' antisemitism: