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Stamping Out the Virus: Allied Intervention in the Russian Civil War, 1918-1920

Moore, Perry


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Stamping Out the Virus was a phrase used by Col. Fuller in an internal memo in 1919 to describe Communism – to the Allies (French, British and U.S.) this is what the Russian Civil War was about. Thus, began a two year attempt to eradicate this virus. In 1918, over 15,000 Allied troops were sent and intervened in the Russian Civil war at Archangel on the White Sea (North Russia). This book covers the entire war in depth. Detailed text, battle maps, orders of battle, and rare photos provide a full picture of military operations. pp. 408 #0721

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AuthorMoore, Perry
Number of pages408, illusts, battlemaps
PublisherSchiffer Military History
Year Published2002
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Hardcover in Dustjacket

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