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  Bolshevist Russia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bolshevist Russia is a common term that refers to the Red side in the Russian Civil War, or more specifically the Russian government between the Bolsheviks' October Revolution (November 7, 1917) and the constitution of the Soviet Union (December 30, 1922).
Strictly speaking, there is a small time gap between the October Revolution and the declaration of the RSFSR (and a still larger gap to its first Constitution, in 1918), which may justify the usage of the term in certain circumstances.
Bolshevist Russia ought to be distinguished from Soviet Russia.
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 Encyclopedia: Soviet Russia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Other times, Soviet Russia is used as a synonym for Bolshevist Russia, which is in itself an informal term referring to the Bolshevik side in the Russian Civil War.
This was remedied after the end of the Civil War, when the borders of the RSFSR we drawn to fit over the areas with a mostly Russian-speaking population, and the RSFSR became one of the founding republics of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics ("Soviet Union" or USSR).
Bolshevist Russia is a common term that refers to the Red side in the Russian government between the Bolsheviks October Revolution (November 7, 1917) and the constitution of the Soviet Union (December 30, 1922).
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Soviet-Russia   (626 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: Declaration of Rights of Peoples of Russia
Declaration of Rights of Peoples of Russia (Деклара́ция прав наро́дов Росси́и) was a document promulgated by the Bolshevik governement of Russia on November 15 (November 2 by Old Style), 1917 (signed by Vladimir Lenin and Joseph Stalin).
Bolshevist Russia would, however, attempt to establish Soviet power in as many of those as possible.
Although the role this declaration played for their declared independence is doubtful, it eased Bolshevist Russia's recognition of their independence.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Declaration-of-Rights-of-Peoples-of-Russia   (585 words)

  
 Soviet Russia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Soviet Russia is sometimes used as a somewhat sloppy synonym to the Soviet Union — although the term Soviet Russia well might be seen used encompassing both Bolshevist Russia and Soviet Union, i.e., to include all time from the February Revolution in 1917 to the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991.
In the Soviet Union itself, the term Soviet Russia was mostly applicable specifically to Russia proper, i.e., RSFSR (possibly, including the Bolshevist Russia).
Soviet Russia was a Russian newspaper in the Soviet Union.
www.encyclopedia-1.com /s/so/soviet_russia.html   (136 words)

  
 TREATY OF BREST-LITOVSK FACTS AND INFORMATION
The Treaty of Brest-Litovsk was a peace_treaty signed on March_3, 1918, at Brest, formerly "Brest-Litovsk", between Russia and the Central_Powers, marking Russia's exit from World_War_I.
The treaty, signed between Bolshevist_Russia on the one side and the German_Empire, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria and Turkey (Ottoman_Empire) (collectively the Central_Powers) on the other, marked Russia's final withdrawal from World_War_I as an enemy of her co-signatories, fulfilling on unexpectedly humiliating terms a major goal of the Bolshevik_revolution of November_7, 1917.
Russia's new Bolshevik (communist) government renounced all claim to Finland, the future Baltic_states (Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania), Poland, Belarus, Ukraine and the Turkish districts of Erdehan, Kars, and the Georgian district of Batumi.
www.palfacts.com /Treaty_of_Brest-Litovsk   (627 words)

  
 Treaty of Tartu - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Treaties of Tartu were treaties between Bolshevist Russia on one side and the newly independent Estonia and Finland, previously belonging to Imperial Russia, on the other.
They were negotiated and signed in Tartu in Estonia in year 1920 after the civil wars in Finland, in Estonia, and in Russia were ended.
The delegation from Finland was led by Juho Kusti Paasikivi.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Treaty_of_Tartu   (279 words)

  
 Who Controlled Russia - Amazing Statistics
In 1933 the American Jewish journal 'Opinion' stated that Jews occupied almost all important ambassadorial posts and that in White Russia 61 percent of all officials were Jews; it also stated that the Jewish percentage of the population (then given as 158,400,000) was "less than 2 percent".
In 1933 the 'Jewish Chronicle' stated that one-third of the Jews in Russia had become officials.
Such was the state of the two-headed conspiracy in Russia when Dr. Weizmann grew to manhood and began to play his part.
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 Country's data
Russia dominated the USSR since its foundation in 1922.
The battle between the reformist democrats supported by President Yeltsin and the former leadership and the communist bureaucracy supported by the former Prime Minister Chernomyrdin, led to a blind alley in 1993, hindering the constitutional reform, delaying the economic reforms and accelerating the break-up of the central government.
Some of the constituent republics are struggling for total independence from Russia.
www.jocum.org.br /russia/dadosen.html   (419 words)

  
 1917
Russia continued to be a colonial state with backward social and political system.
The leadership of Bolshevist (later renamed in Communist) party had taken advantage of the weakness of a new regime.
If not to carry out urgent radical economical, political, democratic and legislative reforms and not to give the people back the wealth, taken away in 1917-1990s, for it there is in store the disintegration on smaller state formations and local wars, similar to the unpopular wars in Chechnya.
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 Treaty of Tartu   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The Treaties of Tartu were treaties between Bolshevist Russia on one side and the recently independenceindependent Estonia and Finland, formerly belonging to Imperial Russia, on the other.
SVETLOGORSK (Kaliningrad region), July 3 (RIA Novosti) - Russia's decision to revoke its signature on the border agreement with Estonia was right because the reference to the Tartu treaty might entail territorial claims, President Vladimir Putin told a press conference in Svetlogorsk Sunday.
MOSCOW: Russia said it was pulling out of a border treaty it signed with the former Soviet republic of Estonia rejecting clauses inserted by the Estonian Parliament during ratification.
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 Treaty of Brest-Litovsk   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Armistice and peace negotiations Peace negotiations began on December 22, 1917, a week after the conclusion of an armistice between Russia and the Central Powers, at Brest-Litovsk (Polish: Brzesc Litewski) on what is today the border between Belarus and Poland.
Resumed hostilities The consequences for the Bolsheviks were worse, however, than anything they had feared the previous December: the Central Powers repudiated the armistice on February 18, 1918, and in the next fortnight seized most of Ukraine and Baltic provinces.
Russia's new Bolshevik (communist) government renounced all claim to Finland, the future Baltic states (Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania), Poland, Ukraine and the Armenian districts of Erdehan, Kars, and Batum.
www.talkroot.com /library/Treaty_of_Brest-Litovsk.shtml.htm   (554 words)

  
 Soviet Russia -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
During this short period it also included parts of (A republic in southeastern Europe; formerly a European soviet; the center of the original Russian state which came into existence in the ninth century) Ukraine.
Afterwards, Soviet Russia was short un-abbreviated name of RSFSR (Russian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic) - until the (Click link for more info and facts about collapse of the Soviet Union) collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991.
Soviet Russia was also the name of a (A firm in the publishing business) publishing house in the (A former communist country in eastern Europe and northern Asia; established in 1922; included Russia and 14 other soviet socialist republics (Ukraine and Byelorussia an others); officially dissolved 31 December 1991) USSR.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/S/So/Soviet_Russia.htm   (177 words)

  
 Soviet-Russia Definition / Soviet-Russia Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Soviet Russia is sometimes used as a somewhat sloppy synonymSynonyms (in ancient Greek syn 'συν' = plus and onoma 'όνομα' = name) are different words with similar or identical meanings.
All of them were socialist republics, and all of them, with the exception of Russia had their own Communist parties.
Afterwards, Soviet Russia was short un-abbreviated name of RSFSR (Russian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic) - until the collapse of the Soviet Union The rise of Gorbachev Although reform stalled between 1964–1982, the generational shift gave new momentum for reform.
www.elresearch.com /Soviet-Russia   (593 words)

  
 Impressions of Soviet Russia, by John Dewey.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Apart, however, from the effect of the oft-recited Bolshevist modifications of marriage and divorce, the institution of the family is being sapped indirectly rather than by frontal attack; its historic supports, economic and ecclesiastical, are weakened.
In any case, it is hard not to feel a certain envy for the intellectual and educational workers in Russia; not, indeed, for their material and economic status, but because a unified religious social faith brings with it such simplification and integration of life.
Political recognition of Russia on the part of the United States would not go far in bringing about the kind of relations that are in the interest of both countries and of the world, but it is at least a necessary antecedent step.
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 My Disillusionment in Russia
In point of fact her Anarchism predisposed her to admiration of the new Russia because it had the recommendation (and you may see from the afterword of this volume how very strong a recommendation that was) of having been created by a Revolution which to her Anarchist faith is per se a sacred t hing.
And the attitude of uncritical admiration towards Russia which is entailed by this rejection is in a fair way to rot the Socialist Movement and give over our unhappy country to the Conservatives for a generation.
This is not only a cowardly course of action which for the time being throws away the splendid work that the Socialists of the past have done to build up their organisation to the stage when it might assume the duties of government; it is poison laid at the roots of the movement.
www.ditext.com /goldman/russia/west.html   (1297 words)

  
 Russian SFSR - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
) was the largest and most populous of the fifteen former Soviet republics, and became the modern day Russia after the collapse of the Soviet Union.
It was made into a part of the Soviet Union in 1922, an act later formalised by the 1924 Soviet Constitution.
In English, the term Bolshevist Russia is commonly used for the period 1917–1922.
www.northmiami.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/Russian_SFSR   (285 words)

  
 Belgian Armored Cars in Russia/title>
The problem of leaving Russia in the midst of anarchy and chaos was difficult for a group of 303 men, all armed.
The Bolshevist troops camping in the station were composed of some hundreds of men, badly equipped-- some were Red Guards in civilian dress.
We finally left Harbin after three weeks; as we were going to re-enter Siberian territory, we were once again arrested by the Bolshevists, but the difficulties were soon overcome, and we arrived at Vladivostok in the night of the 20th to the 21st April.
www.greatwardifferent.com /Great_War/Russia/Kieff_Vladivostok_01.htm   (1839 words)

  
 Bolshevist Russia
Bolshevist Russia is a common term representing the Red side in the Russian Civil War, or more specifically the Russian government between the Bolshevik's October Revolution, November 7, 1917, and the constitution of the Soviet Union, December 30, 1922.
Bolshevist Russia ought to be distinguished from Soviet Russia which chiefly is a somewhat slappy synonym to the Soviet Union — although the term Soviet Russia well might be seen used to include all time from the February Revolution in 1917 to the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991.
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 Armenia News and Links: QuickNews.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
It was incorporated into Russia in 1828 and the USSR in 1920.
Two weeks ago there was a revolution in Azerbaijan, and the elements which favored Bolshevist Russia came into control.
Russia recognizes Georgia's independence and undertakes not to interfere in internal affairs; but all military units--chiefly anti-Bolshevist Russians--which have been fighting Bolshevist Russia must be disarmed and surrendered, and there must be complete amnesty for all Bolshevist planners in Georiga.
news.quickfound.net /intl/armenia_news.html   (606 words)

  
 Contemporary reviews of Arthur Ransome's Six Weeks in Russia in 1919   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Secondly, since it is the work of a man who knew Bolshevist Russia as few foreigners did in its early phases, it measures for us the changes that have come about during the last year.
Ransome himself are silent about the Bolshevists' own blockade of the towns whereby the townsfolk have been forbidden to bring in supplies of food for themselves.
Ransome to say that we would not accept a political judgement of his without ourselves possessing a considerable knowledge of the facts upon which his judgment was based: the same applies to almost all the fallible inhabitants of this misty and muddled world.
www.arthur-ransome.org /ar/literary/rev_6w.htm   (6951 words)

  
 In Anti-Bolshevik Russia
Living, as one did in Russia, from hour to hour, a good fire was a thing to make a fuss about.
There was nothing of the reactionary in Ouspiensky’s praise of the good old days; his sister had died in prison as a political offender, and he himself had been no stranger to the revolutionary movement.
There was one man there, the sort of type one only sees in Russia; a young man with long hair, a long beard, long moustaches and a sad, far-away look in his eyes.
www.gurdjieff.org /roberts1.htm   (1082 words)

  
 Finnish Civil War . Russian Provisional Government, 1917 . November 16 . Bolshevist Russia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
After the general elections a purely non-Socialist cabinet was appointed, which after the Bolshevists had seized power in Russia felt squeezed between increasingly revolutionary Socialists at home and aggressive Bolshevists in Saint Petersburg, close to Finland s border in the southeast.
Tensions during Russia s failed Russo-Japanese War war against Japan led, among other things, to a general strike in 1905, during which "Red" Socialist Red Guards Finland "Protection Guards of Workers" were organized, but also "White" anti-Socialist White Guard Finland Protection Guards Suojeluskunnat.
Partitioned Iran Persia between the Ottoman Empire and Russia November 16 – Jack Sheppard hanged in London China expels foreign missionaries Blenheim Palace construction is completed.
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 Alternate History | The Northern Wind
The mostly Swedish army pushes east into Russia (although it is not sanctioned by the Allies, no move is made to stop it).
Germany and Bolshevist Russia agree to the exchange of prisoners of war.
Although Belarus is annexed by Bolshevist Russia, the Ukraine, in light of recent Polish successes (with some help from the NDA), is left independent, for the time being, anyhow.
www.freewebs.com /althistnorth/firstworldwar.htm   (1836 words)

  
 Alexander Palace - H.I.H. The Grand Duchess Elisabeth Feodrovna of Russia
It is a woman high-hearted and great of soul, whose destiny opened in the blaze of imperial splendour, and closed in the fl depths of a Siberian mine, into which she was flung by her executioners at the end of a cruel martyrdom.
The Grand Duchess Elisabeth, sister of the Empress Alexandra of Russia, was the daughter of Princess Alice of Hesse, and grand-daughter of Queen Victoria.
In Russia monarchy, religion, love of country were all inextricably intertwined; soldiers died hourly with the words "For Tsar and Country" on their lips.
www.alexanderpalace.org /palace/GDElisabeth.html   (5068 words)

  
 Bolshevist Russia -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Strictly speaking, there is a small time gap between the October Revolution and the declaration of the RSFSR (and still larger gap to its first (Click link for more info and facts about Constitution of 1918) Constitution of 1918), which may justify the usage of the term in certain circumstances.
Bolshevist Russia ought to be distinguished from (Formerly the largest Soviet Socialist Republic in the USSR occupying eastern Europe and northern Asia) Soviet Russia.
Also, strictly speaking, they differ geographically: in 1917-1922, the Bolsheviks controlled a relatively smaller territory (although gradually expanding) than that of the former (Click link for more info and facts about Imperial Russia) Imperial Russia.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/B/Bo/Bolshevist_Russia.htm   (162 words)

  
 Bolshevist Russia Encyclopedia Article, Definition, History, Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
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