The Republic of the Ushakovka Admiral Kolchak and the Allied Intervention in Siberia 1918-1920
War & Revolution in Asiatic Russia
By Various Authors
April 04, 2017
Originally published between 1918 and 1967, the 4 volumes in this set on the Russian Civil War: use archive material from official records cover both the detail and the wider implications of these epic events provid a short history of the Caucasus campaign and connect the events that ...
By John Swettenham
April 09, 2019
When originally published in 1967 and using archive material from official records in Ottawa, this book threw new light on the motives and actions of the intervening powers. Allied intervention took place in three main areas: Northern and Southern Russia as well as Siberia. Canada was the major ...
By Richard M Connaughton
April 09, 2019
This volume, originally published in 1990 and now with an updated Preface, gives an account of the Allies' last concerted attempt to destroy Russia's nascent Bolshevik regime. At the start, it looked like a threat that should be taken seriously, as the Reds' enemies both native and foreign ...
By Morgan Philips Price
September 25, 2018
Part diary, part journalistic dispatches this volume, originally published in 1918 is a short history of the Caucasus campaign and connects the events that were taking place in the Middle East with the past history of Central Asia. Witnessing the effects of the Russian Revolution on the Asiatic ...
By Richard Luckett
September 11, 2018
This account of the Russian Civil War, originally published in 1971, combines a vivid narrative of the military events with a biographical discussion of the White Generals, figures of the former Imperial Russian Army offices who led the separate campaigns against the Red Soviets - men such as ...