History of War

BRITISH SUPPORT

“THEY STRUCK TERROR INTO ENEMIES, WHO BROKE AND RAN”

1916 the Russians had been considering importing tanks from the west. However, in the confusion following the revolution of March 1917, this plan lapsed, although a down payment was made by the Provisional Government. However, during 1919 a number of tanks were supplied directly to Denikin’s

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