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  2. Vladimir Antonov-Ovseenko - Wikipedia

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    In the initial government formed by Vladimir Lenin after the Bolsheviks had seized power, Antonov-Ovseenko was appointed to the Military Committee of Sovnarkom.He was sent to lead the Bolsheviks side in the first, relatively bloodless engagement of the civil war, at Gatchina, against Kerensky and a detachment of Cossacks, but had to be replaced after he virtually collapsed from nervous exhaustion.

  3. Active measures - Wikipedia

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    Active measures have continued in the post-Soviet era in the Russian Federation and are in many ways based on Cold War schematics. After the annexation of Crimea by the Russian Federation, Kremlin-controlled media spread disinformation about Ukraine's government.

  4. Lazar Kaganovich - Wikipedia

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    Lazar Moiseyevich Kaganovich, also Kahanovich (Russian: Ла́зарь Моисе́евич Кагано́вич, romanized: Lázar' Moiséyevich Kaganóvich; 22 November [O.S. 10 November] 1893 – 25 July 1991), was a Soviet politician and administrator, and one of the main associates of Joseph Stalin.

  5. 1919 Soviet invasion of Ukraine - Wikipedia

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    Planning. On 12 November 1918, at the direct command of the Council of People's Commissars, the Revolutionary Military Council of the Russian SFSR, headed by Leon Trotsky, dismissed Vladimir Antonov-Ovseenko from the Ural Front and ordered him to prepare an offensive in the direction of Ukraine within ten days.

  6. Ekaterinoslav Bolshevik uprising - Wikipedia

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    The 1918 Ekaterinoslav uprising (Ukrainian: Катеринославське збройне повстання) was a Bolshevik-led uprising in Ekaterinoslav (modern ...

  7. Armata Rossa - Wikipedia

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    Vladimir Lenin, Kliment Vorošilov, Lev Trockij e soldati, Petrograd, 1921. L'Armata Rossa utilizzò reggimenti speciali per le minoranze etniche, come il Reggimento di Cavalleria Dungano comandati dal Dungano Magaza Masanči.

  8. Internationale communiste — Wikipédia

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    Vladimir Ilitch Lénine: Organisation de jeunesse Internationale des jeunes communistes: Journal Internationale communiste (en) Hymne Kominternlied: Positionnement: Extrême gauche: Idéologie Communisme Marxisme-léninisme Stalinisme (à partir de 1926) Couleurs: rouge

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  10. Nestor Makhno - Wikipedia

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    To resolve the dispute, Makhno invited Vladimir Antonov-Ovseenko to visit Huliaipole, which impressed the Ukrainian commander-in-chief and allayed his concerns about Makhno's command. Upon his return, Antonov-Ovseenko openly praised Makhno and the insurgents, criticizing the Bolshevik press for publishing misinformation about Makhno and ...

  11. Allied intervention in the Russian Civil War - Wikipedia

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    The war became increasingly unpopular with the Russian populace. Political and social unrest grew, with the Marxist antiwar Bolshevik Party, under Vladimir Lenin, increasing its support. Large numbers of common soldiers either mutinied or deserted from the Imperial Russian Army.