Propaganda and promotion in fight against mass desertion of the Red Army men during the Civil War

Levshin, Konstantin V.
July 2013
Proceedings of the History Department of the Saint-Petersburg St;2013, Issue 14, p158
Academic Journal
In the article agitation and propaganda measures of fight of the Soviet state against mass desertion in the Red Army during the Civil War are considered. Various types of maintaining and degree of success of this work, it's perception by the population, army, deserters are analyzed.


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