Winston Churchill and Woodrow Wilson: Two Approaches to “Russian Problem”. 1918—1920
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Winston Churchill and Woodrow Wilson: Two Approaches to “Russian Problem”. 1918—1920
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As Russia descended into revolutions and civil war, western leaders pursued different approaches to complex Russian problem. But neither US President Woodrow Wilson, who attempted to open a dialogue with Bolsheviks, nor British Secretary of state for war Winston Churchill, hardline supporter of intervention and support for the Whites were successful. Instead they both stumbled into the temporary solution of the “encirclement” of Soviet Russia by a belt of hostile states, and awaited further developments.
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Allied Powers, American diplomacy, Bolsheviks, intervention, peacemaking, encirclement
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14.03.2016
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