anti-Bolshevik

anti-Bolshevik

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a person who is opposed to Bolshevism
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) opposed to Bolshevism: anti-Bolshevik propaganda.
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Before and after his trip, Baldwin encountered anti-Bolshevik leftists who saw the Brahmin radical as a useful idiot.
This reference guide on the Russian Revolution of 1917 contains essays and primary documents on the 1905 and 1917 revolutions and the Russian Civil War, and encyclopedia entries on key events and figures, to connect the events of 1905 to 1917, the impact of World War I, the Provisional Government, the Bolsheviks, and the anti-Bolshevik forces that fought in the Russian Civil War.
Beginning with O, which Siberian city served as the capital of the anti-Bolshevik Russian state from 1918 to 1920?
Amidst the growing perception from 1929 onwards that the Weimar Republic was deadlocked and doomed to failure, a simplified, but nevertheless highly attractive image of the Duce as a strong, decisive, and anti-Bolshevik leader who had made Italy great again, increasingly began to hold sway amongst right-wing German intellectuals.
When Russian recruits for the anti-Bolshevik forces proved scarce, the British commander decided to empty the prisons and put a Canadian in charge
Was it hostility towards Lenin's new government or support for anti-Bolshevik forces?
16) In this respect, the Civil War brought about not only the suppression of the anti-Bolshevik resistance but also the redefinition of Soviet power and restructuring of the Soviet state.
In 1920, Urga, then the capital of Mongolia, was taken by Baron Roman Nikolaus von Ungern-Sternberg, a Russian anti-Bolshevik general who established a subordinate government.
He worked with 007 anti-Bolshevik factions in Petrograd, but his plotting was discovered and he fled to avoid certain death.
It is impossible to say exactly how the trajectory of the Soviet Union -- established in 1922, after an extraordinarily destructive civil war in which a number of western powers intervened on the side of the anti-Bolshevik White Army -- would have varied had Lenin remained at its helm for longer.
The fascist regime in Italy was likewise regarded with the utmost goodwill, as being in some sense a 'physiological and instinctive reaction' against an evil gripping the country, after the example of the Russian anti-Bolshevik movement.