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Diary June 15, 1919

Major-General Bulak-Balkhovich
Major-General Bulak-Balkhovich (left) in the summer of 1919. The self-proclaimed ‘Liberator of Northwest Russia’ was a typical civil war adventurer. He fought first for the Reds, then for the Whites, Estonians and Poles and was shot by unknowns in Warsaw in 1940.
World War One Diary for Sunday, June 15, 1919:


Northwest Russia: Around this date Red deserters swell White Northern Corps to 25,000 men, becomes Northwest Army.

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