The Forgotten Army that Almost Stopped Communism in Russia

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10m Aug 9, 2020

If you haven't read up on the Russian Revolution and Russian Civil War, you may not have heard of the White movement and White Army nor the Russian Liberation Army. Basically, the White movement and its combined arms, known as the White Army, stood in opposition to Bolsheviks in the Revolution and Civil War, and after the Bolsheviks took root and established the Soviet Union, many former members of the White movement and Army formed smaller anti-Soviet organisations, such as the Liberation Army. Along with many other anti-Soviet forces, the Liberation Army force fought against the USSR in the Second World War, mostly under Nazi flags. In this video, we'll discuss this in greater detail.

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🎬Video Credits:
Narrator - Cam [cameron@frontiermediaco.com]
Editor - Giorgi [george@frontiermediaco.com]
Writer - Nick Petrou [nick@frontiermediaco.com]
Fact Checker - Stefan [stefan@frontiermediaco.com]

Intro Music - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BnzKZw4lquQ

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