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This book describes the fate of the soldiers of the anti-Bolshevik White Army, who fled Russia at the end of the Russian civil war. Remarkably, the Army continued to exist in exile, refining its ideology, and participating in the underground struggle against the Soviets. Paul Robinson sheds new light on the dynamic individuals involved in the White Movement, as well as on interwar Russian emigration in general.
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Paul Robinson is a Lecturer, Department of Politics, University of Hull.Review:
"He paints a fascinating portrait Robinson accomplishes his...task crisply and engagingly."--The Historian
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