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Siberia, allies and Kolchak.
Siberia, allies and Kolchak. Rotary time Russian history. Impressions and thought member Omsk Government . 1921, n/a. n/a. Published by Publication Date: 1921. AbeBooks offers millions of new, used, rare and out-of-print books, as well as cheap textbooks from thousands of booksellers around the world.
Guins, Sibir', soiuzniki i Kolchak: povorotnyi moment russkoi istorii, 1918-1920gg. Vpechatleniia i mysli chlena Omskogo pravitel'stva), vol. 2, Peking 1921, pp. 368-369.
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1918-1920: Vpechatleniia i Mysli Chlena Omskogo Pravitel"stva[Siberia, allies and Kolchak: A Turning point in Russian history. 1918-1920: The Impressions and ideas of a member of the Omsk Gov. Kakov byl pervonachal"nyi kharakter perevorota v Sibiri? Pochemu Sibirskoe Pravitel"stvo preobrazovalos" v Rossiiskoe? Kto byl glavnym vinovnikom preobrazovaniia? Pochemu proizoshlo sverzhenie Direktorii?
Sibirʹ, soi͡u︡zniki i Kolchak: povorotnyĭ moment russkoĭ istorii, 1918-1920 . Russkoĭ dukhovnoĭ missii.
Sibirʹ, soi͡u︡zniki i Kolchak: povorotnyĭ moment russkoĭ istorii, 1918-1920 .
1918-1920 гг. Том I", by . Гинс, is a replication of a book originally published before 1921. It has been restored by human beings, page by page, so that you may enjoy it in a form as close to the original as possible. This book was created using print-on-demand technology. Thank you for supporting classic literature. Format Paperback 336 pages. Dimensions 148 x 210 x 19mm 442g.
povorotnyi moment russkoi istorii. Sibir ', Soiuzniki I Kolchak. Gins G. K. Sibir', soiuzniki i Kolchak: povorotnyi moment russkoi istorii. Wilson's response relied heavily on ideas about how the American development of the West could be transferred to Siberia, thereby outflanking both German and Allied plans for dominating Russia after the war, while.
Sibir’, soiuzniki i Kolchak, povorotnyi moment russkoi istorii, 1918–1920: vpechatleniia i mysli chlena Omskogo .
Sibir’, soiuzniki i Kolchak, povorotnyi moment russkoi istorii, 1918–1920: vpechatleniia i mysli chlena Omskogo pravitel’stva, 2 vols. Pekin: Russkaia dukhovnaia missiia, 1921. Gul’, Roman B. Krasnye marshaly: Tukhachevskii, Voroshilov, Bliukher, Kotovskii. Moscow: Molodaia gvardiia, 1990. Hegelsen, M. M. The Origins of the Party-State Monolith in Soviet Russia: Relations between the Soviets and the Party Committees in the Central Provinces, October 1917–March 1921. University of New York at Stony Brook, 1980. Heimo, . and Tivel, A. 10 let Kominterna v resheniiakh i tsifrakh. Moscow: Gosizdat, 1929.
Kolchak i Sibir: dokumenty i issledovaniia, 1919-1926 (White Plains NY, 1988). In the second place, the complexity and novelty of its subject has forcibly limited the scope of the present study. The reference is to the anarchic period of Russian history at the beginning of the seventeenth century - an era of famine, economic collapse, crises of succession and foreign invasion which in many ways is comparable to the civil war period. Significantly, one of the leading actors of the civil war, General Anton Denikin, entitled his memoirs Ocherki russkoi smuty ('Sketches of the Russian Time of Troubles').