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The Liquidation of Russia. Who Helped the Reds to Win the Civil War? hitlers generals authoritative portraits of the men who waged hitlers war
The book by Nikolay Starikov, the author of bestselling “Rouble Nationalization – the Way to Russia's Freedom”, “Who set Hitler against Stalin?” and many others, follows the events of the Civil War. The Russian statesmanship, its territorial integrity, and the economy of the country perished in the vortex of the Civil War. The Romanovs, the Russian Navy, the Russian Army, and millions of Russians were destroyed. The consequences of this horrible civil strife have not been overcome until today. In this book, you will find a lot of little-known facts, as well as answers to many questions: Who staged and directed the liquidation of Russia at the beginning of the 20th century? Who needed the Russian strife and who could gain from it? Who forced Lenin to liquidate the Tsar’s family? Who is guilty of the murder of Nicholas II’s children? Why did the leaders of the revolution repeatedly try to drown their own navy? Why did Vladimir Lenin order to execute the Tsar’s family and at the same time ensured safety of other members of the Tsar dynasty? Why didn’t the Entente help the White movement? Why was Admiral Kolchak murdered and why did the White Guard soldiers have to fight? Who made the soldiers of General Yudenich die in Estonian extermination camps? Who needed to have the troops of Denikin, Kolchak, Yudenich, and Wrangel liquidated? The burnt Russian villages and mass graves tell us the truth about the Russian strife, the truth about the outcome of the Civil War. Who guaranteed victory for the Reds, destroying their contenders? Who made this bloody merry-go-round possible? Who placed the stake? The stake on the Bolsheviks…
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Николай Стариков The Liquidation of Russia. Who Helped the Reds to Win the Civil War? hitlers generals authoritative portraits of the men who waged hitlers war
The book by Nikolay Starikov, the author of bestselling "Rouble Nationalization – the Way to Russia's Freedom", "Who set Hitler against Stalin?" and many others, follows the events of the Civil War. The Russian statesmanship, its territorial integrity, and the economy of the country perished in the vortex of the Civil War. The Romanovs, the Russian Navy, the Russian Army, and millions of Russians were destroyed. The consequences of this horrible civil strife have not been overcome until today. In this book, you will find a lot of little-known facts, as well as answers to many questions: Who staged and directed the liquidation of Russia at the beginning of the 20th century? Who needed the Russian strife and who could gain from it? Who forced Lenin to liquidate the Tsar's family? Who is guilty of the murder of Nicholas II's children? Why did the leaders of the revolution repeatedly try to drown their own navy? Why did Vladimir Lenin order to execute the Tsar's family and at the same time ensured safety of other members of the Tsar dynasty? Why didn't the Entente help the White movement? Why was Admiral Kolchak murdered and why did the White Guard soldiers have to fight? Who made the soldiers of General Yudenich die in Estonian extermination camps? Who needed to have the troops of Denikin, Kolchak, Yudenich, and Wrangel liquidated? The burnt Russian villages and mass graves tell us the truth about the Russian strife, the truth about the outcome of the Civil War. Who guaranteed victory for the Reds, destroying their contenders? Who made this bloody merry-go-round possible? Who placed the stake? The stake on the Bolsheviks…
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Nikolay Starikov The Liquidation of Russia. Who Helped the Reds to Win the Civil War? hitlers generals authoritative portraits of the men who waged hitlers war
The book by Nikolay Starikov, the author of bestselling "Rouble Nationalization - the Way to Russia's Freedom", "Who set Hitler against Stalin?" and many others, follows the events of the Civil War. The Russian statesmanship, its territorial integrity, and the economy of the country perished in the vortex of the Civil War. The Romanovs, the Russian Navy, the Russian Army, and millions of Russians were destroyed. The consequences of this horrible civil strife have not been overcome until today.In this book, you will find a lot of little-known facts, as well as answers to many questions:- Who staged and directed the liquidation of Russia at the beginning of the 20th century?- Who needed the Russian strife and who could gain from it?- Who forced Lenin to liquidate the Tsar's family?- Who is guilty of the murder of Nicholas II's children?- Why did the leaders of the revolution repeatedly try to drown their own navy?- Why did Vladimir Lenin order to execute the Tsar’s family and at the same time ensured safety of other members of the Tsar dynasty?- Why didn't the Entente help the White movement?- Why was Admiral Kolchak murdered and why did the White Guard soldiers have to fight?- Who made the soldiers of General Yudenich die in Estonian extermination camps?- Who needed to have the troops of Denikin, Kolchak, Yudenich, and Wrangel liquidated?The burnt Russian villages and mass graves tell us the truth about the Russian strife, the truth about the outcome of the Civil War. Who guaranteed victory for the Reds, destroying their contenders? Who made this bloody merry-go-round possible? Who placed the stake? The stake on the Bolsheviks...
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A. C. Doyle The Great War: Part 1 hitlers generals authoritative portraits of the men who waged hitlers war
Arthur Conan Doyle was an English writer best known for his detective stories about Sherlock Holmes. "The Great War" is a monumental six volumes description of the events of World War I. Doyle did a great job interviewing numerous soldiers and generals, reading their letters and diaries to get a full picture of the events. These books cover all the main battles of the British Army, including detailed descriptions of bravery and courage.
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A. C. Doyle The Great War: Part 2 hitlers generals authoritative portraits of the men who waged hitlers war
Arthur Conan Doyle was an English writer best known for his detective stories about Sherlock Holmes. "The Great War" is a monumental six volumes description of the events of World War I. Doyle did a great job interviewing numerous soldiers and generals, reading their letters and diaries to get a full picture of the events. These books cover all the main battles of the British Army, including detailed descriptions of bravery and courage.
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A. C. Doyle The Great War: Part 3 hitlers generals authoritative portraits of the men who waged hitlers war
Arthur Conan Doyle was an English writer best known for his detective stories about Sherlock Holmes. "The Great War" is a monumental six volumes description of the events of World War I. Doyle did a great job interviewing numerous soldiers and generals, reading their letters and diaries to get a full picture of the events. These books cover all the main battles of the British Army, including detailed descriptions of bravery and courage.
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The Children of Hurin hitlers generals authoritative portraits of the men who waged hitlers war
Morgoth, the first Dark Lord, dwells in the vast fortress )f Angband in the North; and within the shadow of the :ar of Angband, and the war waged by Morgoth against the Elves, the fates of Turin and his sister Nienor will be tragically entwined. Their brief and passionate lives are dominated by the mental hatred that Morgoth bears them as the children xurin, the man who dared to defy him to his face. Against m Morgoth sends his most formidable servant, Glaurung, iwerful spirit in the form of a huge wingless dragon of fire i an attempt to fulfil the curse of Morgoth and destroy the children of Hurin.
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A. C. Doyle The War in South Africa hitlers generals authoritative portraits of the men who waged hitlers war
Arthur Conan Doyle was an English writer best known for his detective stories about Sherlock Holmes. Intended as a sincere an attempt to describe the behavior of Great Britain during the Boer War, "The War in South Africa" contains the author's thoughts as a person who was a part of the events. Full of quotes from the eyewitnesses, the book openly dismisses the accusations of Britain being just the cruel aggressor and instigator of the war.
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X-Men: Curse Of The Mutants hitlers generals authoritative portraits of the men who waged hitlers war
When a suicide bomber strikes in downtown San Francisco, it gets the immediate attention of the X-Men. But this is no normal terrorist - and he's not acting alone. Vampires from around the globe are descending en masse on the City by the Bay, staking a brutal claim for the patch of land the X-Men call their home. What is their agenda? Who is their mysterious leader? The X-Men are about to find out, as they brace themselves for a war of the species that will wrack the Marvel Universe.
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