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4 The Parade of Interveners

The Parade of Interveners

Posted on August 1, 2013 by team


September 1918. Parade of interveners in the city of Vladivostok, Russian Far East.

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4 Responses to “The Parade of Interveners”

  1. oldeafcoot says:

    The intervention would never have worked. The Western nations did not understand the situation in Russia at that time. The troops had no clear orders. They did not have the means to accomplish the mission.
    Each of the intervening nations had it’s own agenda and their was little or no cooperation between them. All the mission accomplished was to leave a lasting bitterness among the people of the Soviet Union.

  2. lortea says:

    Fully agree with Mike. They could be saviours of Russia and millions innocent peasants and other murdered by bolszewik regime.

  3. Maxim Ч. says:

    Why do so many people overlook all the innocent peasants murdered by the Tsarist regime? And the fact that the old regime would have kept them as nothing but illiterate peasants until the end of time?

  4. Ivanoff says:

    My great grandpa was a junior officer in the fledgling Red Army fighting the whites!

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