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The city was originally known as Tsaritsyn before being renamed Stalingrad in 1925 in honour of Stalin's victory there during the Russian Civil War.
Heart of a Dog was written in the wake of the Russian Civil War.
Chabad, an international non-profit Orthodox Jewish organization, filed suit in 2004 under the FSIA to recover 12,000 books and manuscripts that were seized from it during the Bolshevik Revolution and Russian Civil War (the "Library") and 25,000 pages of handwritten manuscripts and books seized by Nazis and then looted as "trophy documents" in Poland in 1945 by the Soviet Red Army (the "Archive").
Consequently, this volume will probably be of more interest to scholars of Canadian social and military history than it will to historians of the Russian Civil War.
In this lengthy autobiography, Trotsky describes his life as a revolutionary comrade of Lenin, as the military strategist behind the communist victory in the Russian civil war, and his political struggle with Joseph Stalin during the 1920s and 1930's to combat the bureaucratic dictatorship that grew in the USSR and to reverse the communist party's political degeneration.
In the aftermath of the Russian Civil War, the defeated White Russians who opposed the Bolsheviks settled in Shanghai.
It was issued by the West Russian Volunteer Army, or Bermontians, which was a paramilitary force operating in the Baltics with German support during the Russian Civil War of 1918-20.
Eric Landis' meticulously researched monograph examines the Antonov Movement, one of the largest rebellions against Bolshevik rule during the Russian Civil War of 1918-1921.