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Imperial Russian Army: Adjutant, 1st Battalion, Kuban Cossacks. This military unit was formed in 1860 and was active through the end of WW1. A recon and shock formation, the Kuban Cossacks had the reputation of fearless cavalrymen with blind faith to the Czar.

Imperial Russian Army: Adjutant, 1st Battalion, Kuban Cossacks. This military unit was formed in 1860 and was active through the end of WW1. A recon and shock formation, the Kuban Cossacks had the reputation of fearless cavalrymen with blind faith to the Czar.

Cossacks ~ The first opponents of Lenin’s regime to take up arms were the Cossacks in the south of Russia. While their will to fight the Bolsheviks was great, they had a fatal weakness, as Landauer explains: “Although the Cossacks were dangerous enemies because of their highly developed military qualities, in political matters their scope was utterly limited. They had no common goal except the defense of their property and they failed to understand that the success of this defense depended…

Cossacks ~ The first opponents of Lenin’s regime to take up arms were the Cossacks in the south of Russia. While their will to fight the Bolsheviks was great, they had a fatal weakness, as Landauer explains: “Although the Cossacks were dangerous enemies because of their highly developed military qualities, in political matters their scope was utterly limited. They had no common goal except the defense of their property and they failed to understand that the success of this defense depended…

Anti-Bolshevik Volunteer Army in South Russia, January 1918. While resistance to the Red Guard began on the very next day after the Bolshevik uprising, the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk and the political ban became a catalyst for the formation of anti-Bolshevik groups both inside and outside Russia, pushing them into action against the new regime.

Anti-Bolshevik Volunteer Army in South Russia, January 1918. While resistance to the Red Guard began on the very next day after the Bolshevik uprising, the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk and the political ban became a catalyst for the formation of anti-Bolshevik groups both inside and outside Russia, pushing them into action against the new regime.

За Русь Святую. Молебен в Русской армии 22.IX.1920 г.

За Русь Святую. Молебен в Русской армии 22.IX.1920 г.

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