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Churchill and the Archangel Fiasco, November 1918-July 1919

Churchill and the Archangel Fiasco, November 1918-July 1919

Author: Michael Kettle
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 1992.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats

Kettle argues that the White Russians became expendable British pawns in a temporary forward holding position, designed to contain the Bolshevik inferno within Russia. British medium intervention  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Kettle, Michael.
Churchill and the Archangel Fiasco, November 1918-July 1919.
London ; New York : Routledge, 1992
(DLC) 91048092
Named Person: Winston Churchill; Winston Churchill
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Kettle
ISBN: 0203990951 9780203990957 9786610156078 6610156077 9781134890026 1134890028 9781134889976 1134889976 9781134890019 113489001X
OCLC Number: 252989764
Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 582 pages) : illustrations, maps
Contents: Chapter 1 London & Siberia: the coup d'état at Omsk --
chapter 2 The Russian theatres: preparations for war --
chapter 3 Peacemaking: the Prinkipo proposal --
chapter 4 War or Peace: Churchill's proposal --
chapter 5 Russian policy: London, Washington, Paris & Odessa --
chapter 6 The Russian theatres: Churchill's unanswered letter --
chapter 7 War & Peace: Kolchak's advance & Bullitt's mission --
chapter 8 The French débâcle at Odessa --
chapter 9 The House of Commons: Lloyd George denies Bullitt --
chapter 10 The War Office & Archangel: no second Odessa --
chapter 11 The Golovin plan: the Baltic spring offensive --
chapter 12 Kolchak & the Allies: quasi-recognition --
chapter 13 South Russia: Denikin at Kharkov & Tsaritsin --
chapter 14 The Baltic: the British Squadron & the Russian Northern Corps --
chapter 15 North Russia: Kotlas & the Dvina river --
chapter 16 The Kotlas Operation: mutiny & fiasco.
Responsibility: Michael Kettle.
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`Kettle's narrative is voluminous ... Kettle is good on British agents such as Sidney Reilly and Captain George Hill, (to) whose reporting he gives high marks. His account of the macabre French Read more...

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