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Title: Caucasus in policy of the authority of the volunteer army in the south of Russia (1918-1920): The influence of the international context
Authors: Ambartsumyan, K. R.
Амбарцумян, К. Р.
Bulygina, T. A.
Булыгина, Т. А.
Keywords: Caucasian vector of british politics;Georgian-volunteer conflict;Russian political conference;South Caucasus;Volunteer army
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Rossiiskaya Akademiya Nauk, Institut Istorii (Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of General Hist
Citation: Ambartsumyan, K.R., Bulygina, T.A. Caucasus in policy of the authority of the volunteer army in the south of Russia (1918-1920): The influence of the international context // Voprosy Istorii. - 2020. - Volume 2020. - Issue 11-1. - Pages 159-169
Series/Report no.: Voprosy Istorii
Abstract: The article deals with the Caucasian policy of the Volunteer army in the South and its role in international relations of the Armed forces of the South of Russia. The authors conclude that A. I. Denikin interacted with the British on Caucasian issues outside of the Russian political conference, since it had no influence on the international arena. Relations with independent Transcaucasian republics were complicated by the unwillingness of the leadership of the Volunteer army to recognize their statehood
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12258/14807
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