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  Anton Ivanovich Denikin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Anton Ivanovich Denikin (Анто́н Ива́нович Дени́кин) (December 16, 1872 – August 8, 1947) was Lieutenant General of the Imperial Russian Army (1916) and one of the foremost leaders of the counter-revolutionary White Russian forces in the civil war.
Denikin's forces were responsible for pogroms against the Jewish population of Ukraine and Russia, fueled in part by the Jewish support of the bolsheviks and their participation in the Red administration and repressive organizations (Cheka).
On October 3, 2005, in accordance with the wishes of his daughter, and by authority of President Vladimir Putin of the Russian Federation, the remains of General Denikin were transferred from the United States and reburied at the Donskoy Monastery in Moscow.
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 ::Anton Denikin::
Anton Denikin was a Russian general who fought for the Whites during Russia’s civil war against the reds — Lenin’s Bolsheviks.
Denikin had been born into a peasant family — so his rise to army general was remarkable by any standards, let alone the rigid social hierarchy that existed within Russia at the time.
Denikin served during the Russo-Japanese War — a military defeat that was to have far reaching consequences in Russia and was one of the reasons for sparking off the 1905 Revolution.
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 First World War.com - Who's Who - Anton Denikin
Born to relative poverty Denikin nevertheless succeeded against the odds in attaining a name for himself in the Tsar Nicholas II's imperial army.
By the close of 1918 Denikin was appointed Commander of the Armed Forces of South Russia, in spite of diminishing Allied aid.
Denikin's attempt to seize control of Moscow in June 1919 proved a campaign too far: his force was comprehensively defeated at Orel in October; thereafter his force was in constant retreat, and was forced back to the Crimea by Spring 1920.
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 Denikin, Anton
The offensive was accompanied by intense agitation for ‘one, indivisible Russia’; the destruction of Ukrainian cultural organizations, schools, books, and the press; terrorization of the population; and the exclusion from administrative posts of anyone formerly active in Ukrainian institutions or with pro-Ukrainian sympathies.
Denikin's defeat was the result of his policies, aimed at restoring tsarism, and his treatment of the population, particularly in the Kuban, which provoked the
Denikin's rear forces had repeatedly been paralyzed by various forces in Ukraine from the beginning.
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 Anton Denikin
Anton Denikin was born in Russia in 1872.
Denikin supported the revolt led by General Lavr Kornilov and as a result was imprisoned by the Bolsheviks.
Anton Denikin, who spent most of his last twenty-seven years in exile in France, died in 1947.
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Czarist General Anton Denikin was born near Warsaw in 1872 and died in 1947 in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Denikin took part in Kornilov's rebellion against the Provisional Government, was arrested, escaped from prison in December 1917 to the Don River and co-founded the White Army.
By late June 1919, Denikin took the Donets Basin and invaded the Ukraine on a wide frontage.
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 First World War.com - Primary Documents - Anton Denikin on Mutiny in the Russian Army, 28 July 1917
Reproduced below is the text of Anton Denikin's official report into mutiny in the Russian Army which culminated in military failure during the Kerenski Offensive of July 1917.
Denikin, as Chief of Staff to Commander-in-Chief Alexei Brusilov, made clear in his report that he blamed workers' committees for paralysis in the army's command structure.
Denikin subsequently came out in support of Kornilov's attempted government coup - with unfortunate results, since Denikin was arrested and imprisoned with the former Commander-in-Chief.
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 NewsFromRussia.Com:Remains of Denikin, Ilyin brought back to Russia
The remains of Gen. Anton Denikin and philosopher Ivan Ilyin were brought to Moscow by a special flight from Paris at 4:45 p.m.
Denikin's daughter Marina Denikin-Grey, 85, who lives in Paris and recently received the Russian citizenship, initiated the re-burial of her father.
Denikin was buried at a New Jersey cemetery in 1947, and his wife Ksenia was buried at a Russian cemetery near Paris.
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 General Denikin Back to Russia - Kommersant Moscow
Anton Denikin was a leader of the White Army that was fighting the Red Army after the 1917 revolution.
The thought of burying the ashes of Denikin in Russia emerged in 2000 during the shooting of a documentary on the Civil War.
Anton Denikin and his wife will be buried in the Donskoy Monastery in Moscow on October 3.
www.kommersant.com /page.asp?id=613567   (332 words)

 Denikin, Anton Ivanovich - HighBeam Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
DENIKIN, ANTON IVANOVICH [Denikin, Anton Ivanovich], 1872-1947, Russian general.
Denikin lived in France until 1946, when he moved to the United States, where he died.
Find newspaper and magazine articles plus images and maps related to "Denikin, Anton Ivanovich" at HighBeam.
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 Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia
The remains of General Anton I Denikin of the White Army and the ideologue of the White Movement, Ivan A Ilyin, along with those of their spouses, were reburied at Donskoy Monastery in Moscow.
The grave of General Denikin at St Vladimir Cemetery in Jackson, NJ, was filmed for the movie in March 2002, and in August, the first negotiations began with the local authorities on the reburial of his remains.
On September 29, the remains of Ivan and Natalia Ilyin, and of KV Denikin, who was earlier buried at the Russian cemetery in St-Genevieve-du-Bois of Paris, were sent to St Alexander Nevsky Cathedral in Paris, where the body of General Denikin arrived the next day.
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 HISTORY   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Anton Ivanovich Denikin, born in Warsaw, December 16, 1872, was the son of an army officer.
He was educated at Kiev Military school and the Academy of the General Staff.
When Kornilov was killed, Denikin took command over the Volunteer Army.
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 Pyotr Nikolayevich Wrangel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In sharp contrast with some other White Generals, he did not tolerate lawlessness or looting by his troops.
After a conflict with Anton Denikin, Wrangel was forced to go abroad.
On April 4, 1920 he was elected Commander-in-Chief of the White forces in Crimea which he renamed as the Russian Army.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Peter_Wrangel   (544 words)

 White Army General Gets Full Honors
Viktor Denikin, the deputy presidential envoy to the Central Federal District and a distant relative of the deceased, said at the gathering that the general's daughter Marina, who lives in France, had given her consent for the long-awaited return of his remains to Russia, RIA-Novosti reported.
He predicted the remains would one day be brought from a cemetery in New Jersey, where Anton Denikin was buried after he died 55 years ago Wednesday in exile in the United States.
Denikin was a leader in the White Army that fought against the Bolsheviks and a bete noire in Soviet times.
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 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Denikin,
Denikin, Anton Ivanovich DENIKIN, ANTON IVANOVICH [Denikin, Anton Ivanovich], 1872-1947, Russian general.
After serving in the Russo-Japanese War (1904-5) and in World War I, he joined (late 1917) the anti-Bolshevik armies in S Russia.
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 BookRags: Anton Denikin Biography
Anton Denikin (1872-1947) led the White Volunteer Army which nearly succeeded in defeating the "Red" Bolshevik forces in 1919, during the Russian civil war.
Anton Ivanovich Denikin was born on December 7, 1872, in Shpetal Dolnyi village near the city of Wloclawek, in Warsaw Province, a section of Poland that had been absorbed by the Russian Empire in the 18th century.
Anton, an only child, was technically a Russian-Polish "half-breed," but his father's commitment to Russian patriotism and the Russian Orthodox Ch.....
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 Daughter of Anti-Bolshevik General Denikin Dies - NEWS - MOSNEWS.COM   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The daughter of the Russian White Guard General Anton Denikin, Marina Denikina, died in her house near Paris on Thursday.
Anton Denikin, born in 1872 near Warsaw, was a Russian Army general.
Denikin lived in France until 1946, when he moved to the United States, where he died in Michigan in 1947.
www.mosnews.com /news/2005/11/17/denstarb.shtml   (547 words)

 Mikhail Alekseev - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In December 1917, Kornilov became the leader of Alekseev's organization, with Alekseev himself dealing with its political and financial affairs.
Alekseev was appointed head of the so called Special Council, which would function as a government under Anton Denikin, after the death of Kornilov in April 1918.
Alekseev died of a heart condition in Ekaterinodar.
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 Directions to Orthodoxy - Return of Denikin's and Ilyin's remains to Russia reunites nation - patriarch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
MOSCOW, October 3 (RIA Novosti) - The return of the remains of General Anton Denikin, a leader of the White anti-Bolshevik movement, and religious philosopher Ivan Ilyin to Russia symbolizes the reunification of the nation, the head of the Russian Orthodox Church said Monday.
The remains of Denikin and Ilyin that were originally buried in the United States had been previously delivered to Paris and Geneva and then onto Moscow Sunday.
Together, we are invincible," Alexy II said, adding that the remains of Denikin and Ilyin returned home in the year when Russia would be marking Day of National Unity on November 4 for the first time.
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 Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia
A Pannikhida for General Anton Denikin to be Held at the Synodal Cathedral
In accordance with the wishes of Marina Antonovna Denikina and by authority of President Vladimir Putin of the Russian Federation, the remains of General Anton Ivanovich Denikin, and of philosopher Ivan Aleksandrovich Ilyin, will be transferred from September 28 to October 3.
As part of this event, a pannikhida will be performed over the coffin containing the remains of General Denikin at the Synodal Cathedral of Our Lady of the Sign, with the antiphonal singing of a male choir under the directions of Peter A Fekula and the great choir of Sretensky Monastery of Moscow.
www.russianorthodoxchurch.ws /01newstucture/pagesen/news05/denikin.html   (188 words)

 The St. Petersburg Times - News - Efforts Redouble To Clear White Officers
Prince Andrei Golitsyn, who heads the Nobles’ Assembly, said the Defense Ministry and the Moscow city government have agreed to the return of the remains, according to a report in Noviye Izvestia.
He also said Denikin’s 83-year-old daughter Marina, who lives in Versailles, France, thought her father “would be very pleased if his remains were returned to Russia,” but added that “it is unlikely he would want to lie next to Wrangel, with whom he did not get on.”
Denikin’s remains are in a Russian cemetery in the United States, in New Jersey, while Wrangel is buried in Belgrade, Yugoslavia.
www.sptimes.ru /story/6618   (1148 words)

 RUSNET.NL :: Encyclopedia :: D :: Denikin, Anton Ivanovich
RUSNET.NL :: Encyclopedia :: D :: Denikin, Anton Ivanovich
The son of a frontier guard, he rose from the ranks.
In 1920 he resigned his command to General Wrangel.
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 Anti-Bolshevik General, Philosopher Reburied in Moscow - NEWS - MOSNEWS.COM   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The remains of General Anton Denikin, philosopher Ivan Ilyin and their wives were reburied on the territory of Moscow’s Donskoi Monastery on Monday.
At the beginning of the ceremony, Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia Alexy II blessed the cornerstone of the National Accord and Reconciliation Memorial, which is dedicated to the Russian Civil War, the Interfax news agency reported.
The remains of Denikin, who died in exile in the United States in 1947, were brought to Moscow along with the remains of Russian philosopher Ivan Ilyin.
www.mosnews.com /news/2005/10/03/denikinburial.shtml   (592 words)

 AllRefer.com - Anton Ivanovich Denikin (Russian, Soviet, And CIS History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
AllRefer.com - Anton Ivanovich Denikin (Russian, Soviet, And CIS History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Anton Ivanovich Denikin, Russian, Soviet, And CIS History, Biographies
Anton Ivanovich Denikin[untOn´ EvA´nuvich dyinyE´kin] Pronunciation Key, 1872–1947, Russian general.
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 RUSNET :: Encyclopedia :: D :: Denikin, Anton Ivanovich
RUSNET :: Encyclopedia :: D :: Denikin, Anton Ivanovich
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 Leon Trotsky - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
By mid-1919, the Red Army had successfully defeated the White Army's spring offensive in the East and was about to cross the Urals mountains and enter Siberia in pursuit of Admiral Alexander Kolchak's forces.
However, at the same time the situation in the South, where General Anton Denikin's White Russian forces were advancing, was deteriorating rapidly.
In the meantime, by October 1919 the Soviet government found itself in the worst crisis of the Civil War, with Denikin's troops approaching Tula and Moscow from the South and General Nikolay Yudenich's troops approaching Petrograd from the West.
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 Marina Denikina, the daughter of Russian General Anton Denikin, was given a Russian passport on Thursday   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Marina Denikina, the daughter of Russian General Anton Denikin, was given a Russian passport on Thursday
When she was one year old, her mother took her from Novorossiisk to Istanbul.
After emigrating from Russia, the Denikin family first moved from one European country to another and finally settled in France in 1926.
www.russiannewsroom.com /content.aspx?id=4033_Politics&date=2005-6-4   (177 words)

 RIA Novosti - Russia - Daughter of "White Russian" general dies in Paris
PARIS, November 17 (RIA Novosti) - Marina Denikin-Grey, the daughter of "White Russian" General Anton Denikin, has died in Paris at the age of 86, a source said Thursday.
She had suggested moving the general's ashes to Russia, in keeping with his last wish.
A hero of the Russo-Japanese War in the early 20th century and of World War I, General Denikin led the anti-Bolshevik forces on the southern front during the 1918-20 Russian Civil War.
en.rian.ru /russia/20051117/42125969.html   (247 words)

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