Category:People of the White movement

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White Army 
members of groups fighting against the Red Army in 1918-1920
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Location Russian Empire, Russian state 1918-1920
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  • 1918
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  • 1921
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English: White Russians refers to the anti-Bolshevik Russians who opposed or fought against the Bolshevik forces during and after the October Revolution.
  • Note: White Russians are not to be confused with Belarusians, as the term "White Russian" has its own set of associations – in most cases indicating a more privileged background.

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