From the history of the French intervention in Odessa

Puchenkov, Alexander S.
July 2013
Proceedings of the History Department of the Saint-Petersburg St;2013, Issue 14, p125
Academic Journal
The article describes the relations between the Volunteer Army and the allied intervention in Odessa. The author shows the everyday life in Odessa at the end of the 1918 - beginning ofthe 1919, describes the struggle of the Russian's political parties in the South of Russia.


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