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The career of a Tsarist officer

memoirs, 1872-1916

by Anton Ivanovich Denikin

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Published by University of Minnesota Press in Minneapolis .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Russia
    • Subjects:
    • Denikin, Anton Ivanovich, 1872-1947,
    • Russia. Armii͡a︡ -- Military life,
    • Russia -- History -- Nicholas II, 1894-1917

    • Edition Notes

      StatementBy Anton I. Denikin ; an annotated translation from the Russian by Margaret Patoski.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDK254.D45 A313
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxii, 333 p., [4] leaves of plates :
      Number of Pages333
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5193430M
      ISBN 100816606986
      LC Control Number75014625

      Bushnell, John S. / The Tsarist Officer Corps, Customs, Duties, : American Historical Review. ; Vol. pp.   Friends recently told us about this monumental page novel which they praised effusively as a ripping good story and a thrilling read about the adventures of a Tsarist officer before, during, and after the revolution. It is primarily a monumental adventure story and detailed tableaux of Russia at the time.

      The officer career was often reserved for men of noble background, and Redl, who was a son of a poor railway clerk didn’t fit. Still, he was given a chance to prove himself, a chance for which he expressed eternal gratitude to Emperor Franz Joseph of Austro-Hungaria. The Tsarist Intelligence Service found out that Redl was a homosexual. Victor Arnautoff reigned as San Francisco's leading mural painter during the New Deal era. Yet that was only part of an astonishing life journey from Tsarist officer to leftist painter. Robert W. Cherny's masterful biography of Arnautoff braids the artist's work with his increasingly leftist politics and .

      One of the standout moments of his career came in the mids when Dillon, disguised as a Russian officer, reported from Turkey on the “Hamidian massacres”, wherein Ottoman rule resulted in. Many of them reached lofty heights, like S.S. Kamenev, an ex-Tsarist officer who became the Commander in Chief of the Soviet military. By the time of Stalin's purges in the s, however, they were easy targets because their Tsarist background could be used against them, and many if not most were shot. Sources: Peter Kenez, Civil War in South.


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