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The Revolutionary Insurrectionary Army Of Ukraine
The Revolutionary Insurrectionary Army of Ukraine
Ukraine
(Ukrainian: Революційна Повстанська Армія України), also known as the Black Army or simply as Makhnovshchyna (Ukrainian: Махновщина), was an anarchist army formed largely of Ukrainian peasants and workers[1] under the command of the famous anarchist Nestor Makhno
Nestor Makhno
during the Russian Civil War of 1917–1922
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Russian Civil War
Victory for the Red Army
Red Army
in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, South Caucasus, Central Asia, Tuva, and Mongolia; Victory for pro-independence movements in Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and Poland Revolutionary Insurrectionary Army of Ukraine
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Odessa-Nikolaev March
The Odessa-Nikolaev March
Odessa-Nikolaev March
was a campaign of the Russian Civil War that took place in Ukraine. French and Greek troops, which had landed in Odessa
Odessa
on 18 December 1918, marched towards Mykolaiv
Mykolaiv
and occupied the city on 31 January 1919
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Battle Of Kiev (1918)
Battle of Kiev
Kiev
(1918) (Ukrainian: Штурм Києва (1918)) was a Bolshevik
Bolshevik
military operation of Petrograd and Moscow Red Guards formations directed to sack the capital of Ukraine. The operation led by Red Guards commander Mikhail Artemyevich Muravyov
Mikhail Artemyevich Muravyov
as part of the Soviet expeditionary force against Kaledin and the Central Council of Ukraine. The storming of Kiev
Kiev
took place during the ongoing peace negotiations at Brest-Litovsk
Brest-Litovsk
(Treaty of Brest-Litovsk) on February 5–8, 1918 (January 23–26, old style)
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German Caucasus Expedition
German Empire Democratic Republic of Georgia Ottoman Empire  Russian SFSRCommanders and leaders Friedrich von Kressenstein Ilia Odishelidze Giorgi Kvinitadze Enver Pasha Vehip Pasha UnknownStrength 3,000 Third Army 22,000v t eCaucasus CampaignBergmann Offensive Sarikamish Ardahan Van Manzikert Kara Killisse Erzurum Offensive Trebizond Bitlis Erzincan German Expedition Sardarabad Abaran Karakilisa BakuAssociated articlesDunsterforce Norperforcev t eSouthern Front of the Russian Civil WarKharkiv (1917) Kiev (1918) Transcaucasia Baku
Baku
(1918)
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Battle Of Baku
Baku
Baku
Commune Centrocaspian Dictatorship Armenian Revolutionary Federation United Kingdom White RussiansCommanders and leaders Nuri Pasha Mürsel Bey Grigory Korganov General Dokuchaev[2] Colonel Avetisov[1] Lionel Dunsterville Hamazasp Srvandztyan[3]Strength[1]Islamic Army of the Caucasus 14,000 infantry 500 cavalry 40 guns[1] 6,000 regulars Baku
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Donbass-Don Operation
The Donbass-Don Operation was a military campaign of the Russian Civil War that lasted from January to February 1918. References[edit]Головин Н. Н. Российская контрреволюция в 1917−1918 гг. — М.: Айрис-пресс, 2011. — Т. 1. — 560 с. Краснознамённый Киевский. Очерки истории Краснознамённого Киевского военного округа (1919—1979). Киев, 1979 Какурин Н. Е. Гражданская война. 1918—1921 / Н. Е. Какурин, И. И. Вацетис; Под ред. А. С. Бубнова и др. — СПб.: ООО "Издательство «Полигон», 2002. — 672 с. Савченко В. А. Двенадцать войн за Украину. — Харьков: Фолио, 2006. — 415 с.Bibliography[edit]Н. Е. Какурин, И. И. Вацетис «Гражданская война
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Ice March
The Ice March
Ice March
(Russian: Ледяной походъ), also called the First Kuban
Kuban
Campaign (Russian: Первый кубанскій походъ), a military withdrawal lasting from February to May 1918, was one of the defining moments in the Russian Civil War
Russian Civil War
of 1917 to 1921. Under attack by the Red Army
Red Army
advancing from the north, the forces of the Volunteer Army, sometimes referred to as the White Guard, began a retreat from the city of Rostov south towards the Kuban, in the hope of gaining the support of the Don Cossacks
Don Cossacks
against the Bolshevik
Bolshevik
government in Moscow.Contents1 Volunteer Army 2 Kornilov's death 3 Cossack rising 4 Memory 5 References 6 NotesVolunteer Army[edit] After the Bolshevik
Bolshevik
Party seized power in Russia in November  [O.S
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Iassy-Don March
The Iassy-Don March
Iassy-Don March
lasted from February 26 (New Style March 11) to April 24 (New Style May 7), 1918
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Crimea Operation (1918)
The Crimea
Crimea
Operation took place in 1918 in the Crimean Peninsula between the occupying German army, Ukrainian People's Republic
Ukrainian People's Republic
and parts of Red Army.This article on military history is a stub
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Kuban Offensive
The Kuban
Kuban
Offensive, also called the Second Kuban
Kuban
Campaign, was fought between the White and Red Armies during the Russian Civil War
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Battle Of Tsaritsyn
White ArmyArmed Forces of South Russia Red ArmyCommanders and leaders Pyotr Krasnov Anton Denikin Pyotr Wrangel Joseph Stalin Kliment VoroshilovStrengthMore than 250,000[citation needed] At least 160,000[citation needed]Casualties and losses130,000[citation needed] 80,000[citation needed]v t eSouthern Front of the Russian Civil WarKharkiv (1917) Kiev (1918) Transcaucasia Baku (1918) Donbass-Don 1st Kuban Steppe March Iassy-Don Crimea (1918) 2nd Kuban Tsaritsyn Voronezh-Povorino Ekaterinoslav March Northern Caucasus (1918–1919) Ukraine (1918–1919) Odessa-Nikolaev Ukraine (1919) Grigoriev Uprising Vyoshenskaya Uprising Mamantov Raid Counteroffensive of Southern Front Advancing on Moscow Nizhyn-Poltava Kiev (January 1919) Odessa (1919) Alexander Fort Kiev (August 1919) Kiev (December 1919) Khopyor-Don Kharkiv (June 1919) Kharkiv (December 1919) Pavlograd-Ekaterinoslav Donbass (1919) Rostov-Novocherkassk
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Battle Of Kiev (January 1919)
The Battle of Kiev
Kiev
in January 1919 was one of the three battles in Kiev, capital of Ukraine
Ukraine
during the Russian Civil War
Russian Civil War
and Ukrainian–Soviet War. It involved an offensive by elements of the Ukrainian Front of the Red Army
Red Army
to capture Kiev.[1] References[edit]^ Savchenko, V.A. (2006). Двенадцать войн за Украину [12 Wars of Ukraine] (in Russian)
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Southern Front Of The Russian Civil War
White ArmyVolunteer Army Don Army Caucasus
Caucasus
ArmyWrangel's Forces Red Army Black Army Ukraine Georgia Armenia AzerbaijanCommanders and leaders Lavr Kornilov Anton Denikin Pyotr Wrangel Mikhail Alexeyev Peter Krasnov Andrei Shkuro Konstantin Mamontov Mikhail Tukhachevsky Semyon Budyonny Mikhail Frunze Kliment Voroshilov Nestor Makhno Pavlo Skoropadsky Symon PetliuraStrength
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Battle Of Alexander Fort
The Battle of Alexander Fort (or Battle of Tyub-Karaganskom), was a naval battle fought in Caspian Sea during the Russian Civil War.Contents1 Background 2 Battle 3 Aftermath 4 Order of battle 5 ReferencesBackground[edit] As part of the allied intervention in Russian Civil War, the Royal Navy established the British Caspian Flotilla. Most of the ship were merchants converted in auxiliary cruisers. The commander of the force was Commodore Davis Norris who planned an attack against the key Bolshevik naval base in the Caspian Sea. The attack resulted in the larger naval engagement of the front, with large use of auxiliary cruisers (converted and armed merchant ships).[1] Battle[edit] Despite the presence of two small submarine and a destroyer on the Bolshevik side, superior number of auxiliary cruisers advantaged the British ships
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Capture Of Kiev By The White Army
The Capture of Kiev
Kiev
by the White Army
White Army
occurred on Old Style August 18 (New Style August 31), 1919 and was one of the three battles fought in Kiev, the capital of
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