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The Russian Civil War : primary sources

Author: Brian Murphy
Publisher: Houndsmills : Macmillan Press ; New York : St. Martin's Press, 2000.
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"Translated documents from Russian archives give fresh insight into the Russian civil war, a struggle whose outcome defined much of the history of our time. Areas covered include Soviet relations with the Don Cossacks, the problems of securing supplies for the Red Army, suspicions about the loyalty of the two successful cavalry commanders, Colonel Mironov and Sergeant Budyonny, as well as a selection of documents  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Sources
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bibliographie
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Brian Murphy
ISBN: 0312232322 9780312232320 0333770137 9780333770139
OCLC Number: 42889802
Description: xviii, 274 pages : maps ; 23 cm
Contents: Conflicting views of the post-revolutionary struggle --
Core and periphery: the conduct of the war --
The Red Army: dilemmas of recruitment --
Reasons for success: the hand of historical inevitability --
1918: Germans Rout Reds --
Yield nothing to the Germans --
Don Soviet Republic --
Nominal roll --
Individual appointments --
Disorders in Don Territory --
Nizhne-Chirskaya uprising (led by Rastegayev) --
Anti-Soviet rebellion, Salsk --
Paromonov miners --
Reds retreat in Ukraine --
Food Shortages --
Kornilov killed: Denikin heads Volunteer Army --
Deceiving the Germans --
1919: Whites --
White agents' instructions --
Establishments for artillery, medical, communications, armoured cars --
Shell Workshop in Taganrog --
Pay --
Housing --
Hygiene in Novocherkassk --
Conscription --
Supplies --
Finance --
Czechs --
Leather and winter clothing --
1919: Red strategy --
Situation reports --
Commissars versus commanders --
Military intelligence reports --
Cheka reports --
Personnel --
Supplies: January to June 1919 --
Supplies: June 1919 to April 1921 --
Large numbers of deserters --
Greens --
Bryansk rebellion --
1919: Who will win? --
Policy towards Cossacks --
February to May 1919 --
June 1919 --
Future policy for the Don --
Colonel Mironov and the Donburo --
Makarov reports to Cossack Section of VTsIK --
Makarov's letter to Lenin --
Petrograd: evacuate or fight in streets? --
Measures to combat Mamontov raid --
Voronezh: Whites demand surrender --
Beloborodov: importance of cavalry --
Sergeant Budyonny --
Fact and myth.
Responsibility: A.B. Murphy.
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