RUSSIAN CIVIL WAR: Red Terror, White Terror, 1917-1922
During the Russian Civil War, both the Red and the White armies were guilty of the most hideous excesses, in many cases the campaigns of terror being ideologically motivated, approved and driven. With an unimaginable propensity for torture and cruelty, little was beyond the range of even the most depraved. Illus.
Publisher: Pen & Sword
Item #: 3884236
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