Anton Denikin, the couple's only child, spoke both Russian and Polish growing up. His father's Russian patriotism and devotion to the Russian Orthodox religion led Anton Denikin to the Russian army. The Denikins lived very close to poverty, with the retired major's small pension as their only source of income, and their finances worsened after Ivan's death in 1885.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anton_Denikin
Anton Denikin, the couple's only child, spoke both Russian and Polish growing up. His father's Russian patriotism and devotion to the Russian Orthodox religion led Anton Denikin to the Russian army. The Denikins lived very close to poverty, with the retired major's small pension as their only source of income, and their finances worsened after Ivan's death in 1885.
Anton Ivanovich Denikin, (born December 16 [December 4, Old Style], 1872, near Warsaw, Poland, Russian Empire—died August 8, 1947, Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.), general who led the anti-Bolshevik (“White”) forces on the southern front during the Russian Civil War (1918–20). A professional in the Imperial Russian Army, Denikin served in the Russo-Japanese War (1904–05) and in World War I (1914–16).
Anton Denikin (1872-1947) led the White Volunteer Army which in nearly succeeded in defeating the "Red" Bolshevik forces in 1919, during the Russian civil war. Anton Ivanovich Denikin was born on December 7, 1872, in Shpetal Dolnyi village near the city of Wloclawek, in Warsaw Province, a section of Poland that had been absorbed by the Russian Empire in the 18th century.
DENIKIN, ANTON IVANOVICH (1872 – 1947), general, commander of White armies in Southern Russia during the Russian civil war. Anton Denikin was born the son of a retired border guard officer in Poland. His own military career began in the artillery, from which he entered the General Staff Academy.
DENIKIN, ANTON IVANOVICH ° (1872–1947), one of the generals and organizers of the White Army in the Russian civil war of 1918–21. His name is associated with the savage pogroms perpetrated against the Jews by his officers and soldiers in Russia and the *Ukraine during these years.
Anton Ivanovich Denikin (Russian: Анто́н Ива́нович Дени́кин; December 16 [O.S. December 4] 1872 – August 8, 1947) was Lieutenant General of the Imperial Russian Army (1916) and one of the foremost generals of the White movement in the Russian Civil War . Contents Childhood World War I Civil War Exile Denikin's works See also Footnotes References
Denikin, Anton, b 16 December 1872 near Warsaw, d 8 July 1947 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. (Photo: Anton Denikin .) The Russian general who, after L. Kornilov's death (13 April 1918), commanded the ‘White’ anti-Bolshevik ‘ armed forces of Southern Russia’ consisting of the Volunteer Army and Cossack regiments from the Don region and the Kuban.
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 ...
Anton Ivanovich Denikin (Антон Иванович Деникин) ( 16 de Dezembro de 1872 – 8 de Agosto de 1947) foi Tenente-general do Exército Imperial Russo (1916) e um dos primeiros generais do Exército Branco na guerra civil. Foi o responsável por tentar estabelecer um governo civil em uma das partes ocupadas por ele durante a guerra, o então governo sul-russo.
Anton Ivanovich Denikin (Russian: Анто́н Ива́нович Дени́кин; 16 December [O.S. 4 December] 1872 – 7 August 1947) was a Russian Lieutenant General in the Imperial Russian Army (1916), who later served as the Deputy Supreme Ruler of the Russian State during the Russian Civil War of 1917–1922.