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  Anton Ivanovich Denikin - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
In August 1914 Denikin was a Major-General and commander of the Kiev military district.
Denikin supported the attempted coup of his commander, the Kornilov Affair, in September 1917 and was arrested and imprisoned with him.
Denikin resigned his post in April in favour of Pyotr Nikolayevich Wrangel and went into exile in France and from 1945 he lived in the United States.
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 Anton Denikin
Denikin was Chief of Staff of the Kiev military district with the rank of Major-General (a recent promotion) when war broke out in August 1914.
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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 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 leading generals of the anti-Bolshevik White Russians in the civil war.
By the outbreak of World War I in August 1914 Denikin was a Major General and in command of the Kiev military district.
On October 3, 2005, in accordance with the wishes of his daughter and by authority of President Vladimir Putin of Russia the remains of General Denikin were transferred from the United States and buried at the Donskoy Monastery in Moscow.
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Anton Ivanovich Denikin
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 leading generals of the anti-Bolshevik White Russians in the civil war.
Denikin led one final assault of the southern White forces in their final push to capture Moscow in the summer of 1919.
As a leader of the Whites, Denikin is often criticized for failing to establish adequate discipline and control over his far flung troops; Denikin himself saw this as one of his greatest mistakes.
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 First World War.com - Who's Who - Anton Denikin
Anton Ivanovich Denikin (1872-1947) served as post-February Revolution Chief of Staff to (in rapid succession) Commander-in-Chief's Alexeev, Brusilov and Kornilov before himself leading White anti-Bolshevik forces in south Russia.
Born to relative poverty Denikin nevertheless succeeded against the odds in attaining a name for himself in the Tsar Nicholas II's imperial army.
Despite his prominent role within the army Denikin nevertheless came out in favour of the Tsar's abdication during the February Revolution of 1917 which ultimately brought about Kerenski's appointment as head of the Provisional Government.
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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.
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 Denikin Anton Ivanovich - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Denikin, Anton Ivanovich (1872-1947), Russian general, who from 1918 to 1920 was commander-in-chief of the anti-Bolshevik White forces of the...
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 Anton Denikin Biography | Encyclopedia of World 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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 Denikin, Anton Ivanovich - HighBeam Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
In 1920 he resigned his command to General Piotr Nikolayevich Wrangel.
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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 Magdeburg Sting 1936 - Part IV
It was carried out by units of the Polish Army aided by the newly-arrived Blue Army of General Józef Haller de Hallenburg This army was well equipped by the Western allies and partially staffed with experienced French officers specifically in order to fight the bolsheviks and not the forces of the Western Ukrainian People's Republic.
In early summer 1920, White Russian gained an upper hand and White forces under the command of Anton Ivanovich Denikin were marching on Moscow.
Denikin would pay dearly for his refusal to compromise, but by doing so Piłsudski directly contributed to bolshevik victory in Russia, an error that Poland would pay more dearly in the future.
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 Anton Ivanovich Denikin - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre
Anton Ivanovich Denikin (Анто́н Ива́нович Дени́кин) (16 de diciembre de 1872 – 8 de agosto de 1947) militar, fue uno de los principales líderes del contra-revolucionario Movimiento Blanco durante la Guerra Civil Rusa.
Denikin respaldó el intento de golpe militar de su comandante Kornilov, pero en Septiembre de 1917 fue arrestado y encarcelado junto con él.
Denikin renunció a su puesto en Abril de 1920, relegando el cargo a Pyotr Nikolayevich Wrangel y se exilió en Francia.
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 Anton Ivanovich Denikin Summary
Anton Ivanovich Denikin was born on December 7, 1872, in Shpetal Dolnyi village near the city of...
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...
Anton Ivanovich Denikin: Anton Denikin on the day of his resignation in 1920
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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.
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 Russian Civil War - History Forum
Early in the fall of 1919, General Denikin, commanding Don Cossacks and the elite Volunteer Army equipped with British tanks, reached Orel, 250 miles south of Moscow.
Anton Ivanovich Denikin had to resign in 1920, after a series of defeats.
He escaped from prison and joined Denikin on Don, but very soon he was killed by an artillery shell.
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 Books by Anton Ivanovich Denikin, compare prices
by Anton Ivanovich Denikin, Baron A. Poliakhov, Aleksandr Ilich Egorov
by A.S. Lukomskii, Anton Ivanovich Denikin, Sergei Karpenko
by Anton Ivanovich Denikin, Roman Gul, Baron Aleksei Budberg
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 RUSNET :: Encyclopedia :: D :: Denikin, Anton Ivanovich
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 Anti-communism - Article from FactBug.org - the fast Wikipedia mirror site   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Anarchists often cite the crushing of the Kronstadt Rebellion, in which the Red Army defeated an embryonic anarchist commune, as a specific example of what was wrong with the Bolshevik government.
During the Spanish Civil War, a pro-Soviet Communist Party gained considerable influence due to the neccessity of aid from the Soviet Union.
Communists and liberals on the Republican side fought mainly against the fascists, but also put some effort against the anarchist revolution, ostensibly to bolster the anti-Fascist front (the anarchist response was, "The revolution and the war are inseperable").
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 John Heartfield: World Events -- 1910s
Kolchak moved his government farther east to Irkutsk, but the citizens of that city refused to accept his rule and set up a socialist government instead.
Compelled to resign, he transferred the command of his armies to the anti-Bolshevik general Anton Ivanovich Denikin.
Shortly afterward Kolchak was captured and executed by the Soviet forces.
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 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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 Magdeburg Sting 1936 - Part III
Dzerzhinsky's only triumph is that a senior officer of TCHEKA is appointed to lead it: a jew Simon Ivanovich Aralov, a man with roots in Lvov, a town of eastern Poland.
In the spring of 1919, Soviet conscription produced a Red Army of 2,300,000.
The majority of Red Army forces were engaging the Anton Ivanovich Denikin's White Russians, in civil war.
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 Index De-Dh   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Unlike other key Samper aides, Vice President de la Calle did not resign when the so-called "narco-scandal" erupted but only quit halfway through the presidential term (1996) saying the "country was falling to pieces." In 1998-2000 he was ambassador to the United Kingdom.
In 2000 he again became interior minister and was a close collaborator in Pres.
When Kornilov was killed in April 1918, Denikin became commander of the White forces in southern Russia.
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 Columbia Encyclopedia- Denikin Anton Ivanovich - AOL Research & Learn   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Columbia Encyclopedia- Denikin Anton Ivanovich - AOL Research & Learn
The son of a serf, he rose from the ranks.
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 Russian Civil War Polities
resisted Denikin's Russian Volunteer Army in the summer of 1919 on the
Feb 1919 Occupied by Denikin's "White" Russian Voluntary Army.
May 1919 Abolished with occupation by Denikin's "White" forces.
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 History of Anton Ivanovich Denikin
Flees to the Caucasus & forms a White Russian counter revolutionary army with Kornilov
Kornilov is killed by a stray bullet & Denikin assumes command of the volunteer army
Sets up a counter revolutionary Government in South Russia
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 Amazon.ca: White Against Red; The Life of General Anton Denikin: Books: Dimitry V. Lehovich   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Amazon.ca: White Against Red; The Life of General Anton Denikin: Books: Dimitry V. Lehovich
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White Against Red; The Life of General Anton Denikin (Hardcover)
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 Lehovich (1974) White against Red: The life of General Anton Denikin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Lehovich (1974) White against Red: The life of General Anton Denikin
White against Red: The life of General Anton Denikin
Soviet Union; History; Revolution, 1917-1921; Denikin, Anton Ivanovich
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 CompleteBrick
He became a full professor there in 1910, and for most
A professional in the Imperial Russian Army, Denikin served in the Russo-Japanese War (1904–05) and in World War I (1914–16).
After the February Revolution of 1917, which overthrew the Romanov dynasty, he became chief of staff
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