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288 . eadable popular history of the allied intervention in Russia during the civil war largely from a British perspective. French assistance in the war in Poland is not included and Japan's involvement in the Russian Far East only briefly mentioned. Britain's role in the Ukraine and Archangel area is best served with some attention given to Baku, Central Asia and the Baltic republics.
Almost Bombed Moscow : The Allied War in Russia 1918-1920.
The Day They Almost Bombed Moscow : The Allied War in Russia 1918-1920. by John Miller and Christopher Dobson. Recounts the efforts of Allied forces to keep Russia fighting against Germany in World War I, and explains how these actions caused the initial antagonism between the Soviet Union and the Western powers. its strength is the depth and variety of first-hand sources dobson has been able to bring to the attention of readers. These include the pilots of the title, and Colonel Johnson.
The Allied intervention began in 1918 as a desperate attempt to maintain the Eastern Front against the Germans after Russia's decision to withdraw from the Great War.
The Allied intervention in Russia was complex, confusing, and without clear strategic direction. Dobson and Miller, British writers on foreign affairs, concentrate almost entirely on the British role, but do bring to light some noteworthy sources.
In Russia the RAF supported the Allies in their efforts to defend against and attack Bolshevik forces. Dobson, Christopher; Miller, John (1986). The Day They Almost Bombed Moscow: The Allied War in Russia, 1918-1920. During a reconnaissance mission three de Havilland D. A planes of the Royal Air Force's No. 47 Squadron were flying over southern Russia. While taking pictures of Bolshevik units ground fire punched holes in the fuel tank of the D. A of Flight Lieut Walter Anderson (pilot) and Observer Officer John Mitchell.
Christopher Dobson and John Miller. London : Hodder and Stoughton, 1986. Physical description. 288 . p. of plates : il. maps, ports.
He returned after the war. John Mitchell died on 2 January 1964 on the Isle of Guernsey of coronary thrombosis and arteriosclerosis. a b c Dobson & Miller 1986, p. 257. ^ The London Gazette 1920, p. 4019.
Readable popular history of the allied intervention in Russia during the civil war largely from a British perspective. French assistance in the war in Poland is not included and Japan's involvement in the Russian Far East only briefly mentioned
Readable popular history of the allied intervention in Russia during the civil war largely from a British perspective.
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