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The White Army (847 words)
The White Army initially had success in the Ukraine where the Bolsheviks were unpopular.
The main threat to the Bolsheviks was the German Army that was advancing towards Petrograd.
The White disaster was the result of two cardinal errors: their failure to have the intelligence and courage to carry out agrarian reform in the territories they wrested from the Revolution, and their reinstatement everywhere of the ancient trinity of generals, high clergy, and landlords.
White movement - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (507 words)
Second, the word "white" had monarchist associations: historically each Russian Tsar was solemnly called the white tsar, and the monarchist ideal during the civil war was known as the white idea.
The White Army, in intermittent collaboration with interventionist forces from outside Russia (Japanese, British, Canadian, French, American) held sway in some areas (especially Siberia, Ukraine and the Crimea) for periods of time and put considerable bodies of troops into the field.
Monarchist tendencies were strongest amidst the veterans of the White movement, republicanism was rarer (the latter reemerged during the Russian Liberation Movement).
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