The preconditions of the White Army formation in the Russia's North-West (March - September 1918)

Bogomazov, Nikolay I.
July 2013
Proceedings of the History Department of the Saint-Petersburg St;2013, Issue 14, p116
Academic Journal
The article examines the preconditions of the White Army formation in the Russia's North-West. Author analyzes the reasons that induced Germany to finance one of the Russian antibolshevik armies in spite of the Soviet-German treaties.It is shown how the circumstances were changing from March to September 1918 and finally became favorable to the formation of an antibolshevik army in Pskov.


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