Kolchak



Aleksandr Vasilyevich
[uh-lyi-ksahndr vuh-syee-lyi-vyich] /ʌ lyɪˈksɑndr vʌˈsyi lyɪ vyɪtʃ/ (Show IPA), 1874–1920, Russian counterrevolutionary and admiral.
Historical Examples

History shared the fate of Kolchak’s government and the Ukraine; it was not recognized by the delegates.
The Inside Story Of The Peace Conference Emile Joseph Dillon

So it was with the Constituent Assembly which prepared the way for Kolchak.
Dictatorship vs. Democracy Leon Trotsky

Kolchak’s defects are mostly exaggerations of his qualities.
The Inside Story Of The Peace Conference Emile Joseph Dillon

We have, in some degree, to thank Kolchak and Denikin for that.
The Crisis in Russia Arthur Ransome

Naturally, the scheme, weighted with these two accompaniments, was unacceptable to Kolchak’s representatives in Paris.
The Inside Story Of The Peace Conference Emile Joseph Dillon

In the east, the front which became known as that of Kolchak, was on the Volga.
The Crisis in Russia Arthur Ransome

Kolchak, to quote from English newspapers, was it “sweeping on to Moscow,” and the situation was pretty threatening.
The Crisis in Russia Arthur Ransome

Last August the two of them shot with their revolvers seventy bound officers from Kolchak’s army.
Beasts, Men and Gods Ferdinand Ossendowski

It would have imparted a settled Ententophil direction to Kolchak’s policy, and communicated it to the nation.
The Inside Story Of The Peace Conference Emile Joseph Dillon

The friends of Kolchak accordingly pressed every lever to set the machinery in motion for the march against Peter’s city.
The Inside Story Of The Peace Conference Emile Joseph Dillon

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