Various articles I have written or assembled over the years, assembled into sections that related to the same period or place.
The newest material is on the top.
A discussion on the nature of the early war, and articles on various battles and small campaigns from that period.
An account of the successful defence of Orenburg by the Soviets in mid-1919.
Articles about the history of the Semirechye/Turkestan area, and the Semirechensk Cossack Host that fought local Reds for control of it.
Various materials around Makhno, and in particular his greatest military success.
An account of the fortunes of the White armies in the North-West of Russia, and their attacks on Petrograd.
The theatre of Chapaev and Frunze, rather neglected in most non-Russian histories of the war.
Some Polish studies of the Battle of Warsaw and the situation which led Pilsudski to offer battle there.
A look at one of the great adventurers of the Russian Civil War and his involvement in one of the least known campaigns.
While the campaigns of Denikin in the Ukraine and Wrangel near Tsaritsyn were under way, there was also quite a lot of fighting around Astrakhan. This section links some information relating to that – although not in anything like a systematic manner.
A study of the Freikorps campaigns in the Baltic in 1919, with particular attention to the Battle of Cēsis.
An introduction to the campaigns Poland fought against Galician Ukraine and the Soviets in 1919.
A translation of Colonel Dobrynin's book about the Don Cossacks' war with Soviet Russia.
The most famous action of the Soviet-Polish War of 1920 analysed in some detail.
Some articles discussing cavalry in the Russian Civil War and Russo-Polish War. They include both technical discussions and examples of actual operations.
Short accounts of the various campaigns by people who were actually there.