The Communist Russia History Quiz #18 - The Civil War
The Civil War threatened the Bolsheviks, yet their victory had solidified their rule. 10 Questions.
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What was the name for the largest group of opposition against the Bolsheviks in the Civil War (1917-1922)?
Which of these points is not considered a reason to why Russia's former allies in World War I (Britain, France and the United States) gave support to the Whites?
Capitalist nations are opposed to the doctrine of Communism.
The desire to force Russia back into the fight against Germany.
To defend their own interests in Russia (eg. the Bolsheviks not paying back loans made in the tsarist times).
The government did not provide democratic means the people demanded.
In March 1918, Russia's capital was moved from Leningrad (previously Petrograd and St. Petersburg) was moved to which more secure location?
What people made up the ''Army of Liberation''; which sought to travel to the Eastern Front to fight for their people's independence, but after Bolshevik attempts to disarm them marched onto Moscow?
In which city in Russia was the Tsar Nicholas II and his family murdered; this was done after the Czech Legion approached the city?
Which of these White Generals had the largest army (250,000 soldiers) and managed to push the Bolsheviks into the Muscovy region in his offensive of March-April 1919?
Which country's army captured Kiev (1920) but in the same year were pushed back to their own country's capital by the Red Army (commanded by Trotsky)?
What other name was given to the Battle of Warsaw (1920) in which the Polish forces led the Red Army into retreat and deciding the Polish as victors of the Polish-Russian War?
Miracle on the Vistula
Miracle on the Warta
Miracle on the Oder
Miracle on the Bug
Who was the People's Commissar for Military (leader of the Red Army) during and after until 1925?
Which event marked the end of the Polish-Russian War and the Russian Civil War?
Signing of the Treaty of Riga (1921).
Beginning of Operation Barbarossa. (1941)
Decree of National Self-Determination.
Enforcing democratic centralism into the system.
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