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Russian Civil War
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Clockwise from top:
Soldiers of the Don Army in 1919; a White infantry division in March 1920;
soldiers of the 1st Cavalry Army; Leon Trotsky in 1918; hanging of workers
in Yekaterinoslav by the Austro-Hungarian Army, April 1918.
DateNovember 7, 1917 – October 25, 1922/June 16, 1923[5][6]
(Revolt against Soviet rule continued in Central Asia until 1934)
LocationRussia Former Russian Empire: Persia
Result
Territorial
changes
  • Establishment of the Soviet Union
  • Independence of Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland[7]
  • Belligerents

    Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic Soviet Russia
    (1917–22)

    Soviet Union
    (from 1922)


    Left SR
    Green armies
    (1919–20)


    Makhnovschyna
    (1918–20)

    Russia White Movement


    Allied Intervention:
     United Kingdom

     United States
     Japan
     France
     China
     Czechoslovakia


    Green armies
    (1920)


    Makhnovschyna
    (1920–21)

    Newly emerged republics:
    Poland
    Finland
    Ukraine


    German-led intervention:  Germany
    Landeswehr
    Freikorps


    Tambov rebels
    (1920–21)
    Kronstadt rebels


    Basmachi
    Bukhara
    Khiva


     Ottoman Empire


    Mongolia


    Various anti-soviet factions also fought among each other.
    Commanders and leaders

    Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic Vladimir Lenin
    Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic Leon Trotsky
    Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic Jukums Vācietis
    Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic Sergey Kamenev


    Nestor Makhno

    Russia Alexander Kolchak Executed
    Russia Lavr Kornilov 
    Russia Anton Denikin
    Russia Pyotr Wrangel


    United Kingdom Edmund Ironside
    United States William S. Graves
    United States George E. Stewart
    Empire of Japan Yui Mitsue


    Alexander Antonov 


    Nestor Makhno

    Józef Piłsudski
    Finland CGE Mannerheim
    Symon Petliura


    German Empire Wilhelm II
    German Empire Rüdiger von der Goltz


    Stepan Petrichenko


    Enver Pasha
    Alim Khan
    Sayid Abdullah


    Ottoman Empire Mehmed VI


    Bogd Khan
    Strength

    Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic 3,000,000[8]
    [need quotation to verify]


    103,000
    Russia 2,400,000[9] Unknown
    Casualties and losses

    ~1,488,612

    • 259,213 killed
    • 60,059 missing
    • 616,605 died of disease/wounds
    • 3,878 died in accidents/suicides
    • 548,857 wounded/frostbitten[8]
    At least 1,500,000 Unknown
    Total of 5,000,000–9,000,000 deaths[10]
    1. ^ "Russian Civil War Polities" worldstatesmen.org
    2. ^ worldstatesmen.org
    3. ^ a b "Russian Civil War Polities" www.worldstatesmen.org/Russia_war.html
    4. ^ "Russian Civil War Polities" www.worldstatesmen.org
    5. ^ Mawdsley, pp. 3, 230
    6. ^ Последние бои на Дальнем Востоке. М., Центрполиграф, 2005.
    7. ^ Bullock, p. 7 "Peripheral regions of the former Russian Empire that had broken away to form new nations had to fight for independence: Finland, Poland, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Belarus, Ukraine, Georgia and Azerbaijan."
    8. ^ a b G.F. Krivosheev, Soviet Casualties and Combat Losses in the Twentieth Century, pp. 7–38. There were an additional 6,242,926 hospitalizations due to sickness.
    9. ^ https://books.google.com.au/books?id=rvM_CgAAQBAJ&pg=PT25&lpg=PT25&dq=white+armies+russian+civil+war+2.4+million&source=bl&ots=FPHjW5D4qc&sig=b0XMoiBTgYtyr2aguDL9BS-mvNI&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwi44-_g_Z7XAhWHHJQKHZVXCrsQ6AEISTAF#v=onepage&q=2.4&f=false
    10. ^ "Russian Civil War". Spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk. Archived from the original on 2010-12-05. Retrieved 2011-01-24.