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  2. Semen Karetnyk - Wikipedia

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    Semen Mykytovych Karetnyk ( Ukrainian: Семе́н Мики́тович Каретник; 1893 – 1920) was a Ukrainian anarchist and a commander of the Revolutionary Insurgent Army of Ukraine (RIAU). He often replaced Nestor Makhno as supreme commander of the Black Army in 1920. Karetnyk gained a reputation for his central role in defeating the White Army in Crimea in November 1920.

  3. Semen Karetnyk | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    Semen Karetnyk was born into extreme poverty, growing up a poor peasant in the small southern Ukrainian town of Huliaipole. He worked as a hostler until the outbreak of World War I, upon which he was drafted into military service and worked his way through the ranks until he became an ensign.

  4. Semen Mykytovych Karetnyk (Ukrainian: Семе́н Мики́тович Каретник; 1893 – 1920) was a Ukrainian anarchist and a commander of the Revolutionary Insurgent Army of Ukraine (RIAU). He often replaced Nestor Makhno as supreme commander of the Black Army in 1920. Karetnyk gained a reputation for his central role in defeating the White Army in Crimea in November 1920.

  5. Starobilsk agreement - Wikipedia

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    The Starobilsk agreement was a 1920 political and military alliance between the Makhnovshchina, an anarchist mass movement led by Nestor Makhno's Insurgent Army, and the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic, which the Bolsheviks had established as the legitimate government of Ukraine. The agreement was reached following the resurgence of the White movement in Ukraine, which forced the warring Bolshevik and Makhnovist factions to put aside their differences and work together against their common e

  6. Semen Karetnyk - Wikipedia @ WordDisk

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    Semen Mykytovych Karetnyk: Born: 1893 Huliaipole, Katerynoslav, Russian Empire: Died: 26 November 1920 (aged 26–27) Melitopol, Katerynoslav, Ukrainian Socialist Soviet Republic: Allegiance Russian Empire (1914-1917) Makhnovshchina (1918-1920) Service: Imperial Russian Army (1914-1917) Revolutionary Insurgent Army of Ukraine (1918-1920)

  7. Semen Karetnyk - 3rabica

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    Semen Mykytovych Karetnyk: Born: 1893 () Huliaipole, Katerynoslav, Russian Empire: Died: 26 November 1920 (aged 26–27) Melitopol, Katerynoslav, Ukrainian Socialist Soviet Republic: Allegiance Russian Empire (1914-1917) Makhnovshchina

  8. 精液Karetnyk出生于极端贫困,在乌克兰南部小镇上长大的农民长大Huliaipole。他曾担任hostler直到爆发第一次世界大战,他被选为服兵役,并在队伍中努力工作,直到他成为一个军旗。到俄罗斯革命,卡雷特尼克(KaretnykMakhnovshchina.

  9. Polonsky Conspiracy - Encyclopedia Information

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    Members of the insurgent staff, including Semen Karetnyk (front row, second from left) and Hryhory Vasylivsky (front row, third from left), who participated in the suppression of the conspiracy. Despite the movements of the plot, the Iron Regiment's deputy commander quickly confessed to the insurgent staff and became a double agent for the Kontrrazvedka, which monitored the conspiracy for six weeks.

  10. Siege of Perekop (1920) | Detailed Pedia

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    Semen Karetnyk: Units involved; Russian Army: Red Army. 1st Cavalry Army; 2nd Cavalry Army; 4th Army; 6th Army; 13th Army; Revolutionary Insurgent Army of Ukraine: Strength; Russian Army. 41,000 bayonets and sabers; 213 artillery cannons; 1,663 machine guns; 45 tanks and armored vehicles; 14 armored trains; 42 aircraft; Southern Front. 146,400 bayonets; 40,200 sabers; 985 artillery cannons

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