3 edition of Boris Shebeko, Russian Civil War, 1918-1922, and emigration found in the catalog.
Boris Shebeko, Russian Civil War, 1918-1922, and emigration
Written in English
|Other titles||Russian Civil War, 1918-1922, and emigration.|
|Statement||an interview conducted by Richard A. Pierce.|
|Series||New York Times oral history program, Russian emigrés oral history collection ;, no. 9.|
|Contributions||Pierce, Richard A. 1918-|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 49701 (D)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 284 leaves|
|Number of Pages||284|
|LC Control Number||84115896|
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See more ideas about Civil war, War, Russian revolution pins. Boris Shebeko Russian Civil War () and emigration: oral history transcript, (). Transcript: leaves (28 cm.) and related material. Copies: partial microfilm reel. Experiences with the White Army on the southern and Siberian fronts; emigration to China, and to the U.S.
in Photographs and maps inserted. The Russian Civil War Involvement of foreign nations Causes of the Russian Civil War JAPAN BRITAIN AND FRANCE Many groups had formed that opposed the Bolsheviks, like the monarchists and militarists. The Japanese were concerned about their Northern border, sent the largest.
Russia's experiences during the Civil War determined the framework within which the Russian people were governed during the Soviet period. This book explores episodes which highlight the complexities of this multi-faceted struggle.
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A Family Tradition; Edna Murphy: Life from Another Perspective: a Black Woman's Autobiography. The British Intervention in South Russia Soon after the Bolshevik Revolution ofa three-year civil war broke out in Russia.
As in many other civil wars, foreign powers intervened in the conflict. Britain played a leading role in this intervention and had a significant effect on the course of the war. Russian Civil War, (Military History) jonstond2 May 3rd, (edited) Shebeko, Boris, and Richard A. Pierce.
Russian Civil War, – and Emigration: An Interview. Berkeley: University of California, Save Citation»Export Citation»E-mail Citation». Seeds of conflict. Russia’s disastrous performance in World War I was one of the primary causes of the Russian Revolution ofwhich swept aside the Romanov dynasty and installed a government that was eager to end the fighting.
The Treaty of Brest-Litovsk () whereby Russia yielded large portions of its territory to Germany caused a breach between the Bolsheviks and the Left Socialist. The Russian Civil War of SH was a pivotal event in modern history.
It was the Bolshevik victory in this bloody struggle, not the fighting in the streets of Petrograd and Moscow in Octoberthat secured the victory of Soviet Communism. From the publisher's website: "Russian Civil War, redesigned by Joseph Miranda,is a multi-player wargame of the military and political conflict of that abolished the Czarist regime and created the foundation of the modern Soviet Union.
The basic game is designed for three to six players, each of whom controls one or more factions among the revolutionary, counter-revolutionary.Russian Civil War () and emigration (California-Russian emigreÌ series) - by Boris Shebeko; Show more Wiki information Shebeko: Vera Shebeko Person.
Vera Alexeeva Shebeko is a former Russian anchorwoman for Soviet Central Television and host of the channel's main editorial program "Новости".Bois Shebeko: Russian Civil War and Emigration Interviewee(s): Shebeko, Boris Interviewer(s): Pierce, Richard Project: Community and Identity - Individual Interviews Interview date(s): Resource: View Transcript.