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  • The '''Russian Liberation Army (RLA)''',<ref>'''ROA''' is the Russian abbreviation</ref> created from a nucleus of Soviet soldiers captured by th ...ively warm German-Soviet relations. Soviet citizens, independent of ethnic Russian patriotism, had had much reason, however, to distrust their own government.
    16 KB (2,568 words) - 08:54, 10 January 2011
  • 242 B (32 words) - 21:16, 6 March 2010
  • * Wilfried Strik-Strikfeldt: Against Stalin and Hitler. Memoir of the Russian Liberation Movement 1941-5. Translation by David Footman. London: Macmillan, 1970 * Andreyev, Catherine: Vlasov and the Russian Liberation Movement. Soviet reality and emigré theories. Series: Soviet and East
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  • 191 B (22 words) - 23:25, 14 March 2010

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  • #REDIRECT [[Russian Liberation Army]]
    37 B (4 words) - 03:54, 6 March 2010
  • ...endorf near Berlin, to form a resistance army, and supported the [[Russian Liberation Army]] led by [[Andrey Andreyevich Vlasov]]. <ref>{{citation ...ffairs to Field Marshal [[Fedor von Bock]]. His official role was to train Russian propagandists for the German military. <ref name=Willis>{{citation
    1 KB (176 words) - 08:46, 10 January 2011
  • ...асов Андрей Андреевич) was the leader of the [[Russian Liberation Movement]], a group of soldiers from the [[Soviet Union]] supporting G ...the ranks and fought on the socialist side at the southern front of the [[Russian Civil War]] in the 1920s.
    8 KB (1,348 words) - 08:50, 10 January 2011
  • An ethnically Baltic German who was a proponent of the [[Russian Liberation Army]] led by [[Andrey Andreyevich Vlasov]]
    155 B (21 words) - 22:49, 6 March 2010
  • ...ment and multiple sets of insurgents. Historic insurgencies, such as the [[Russian Civil War]], have been multipolar rather than a straightforward model made ...raids and ambushes, as well as acts of terror such as attacks that cause deliberate civilian casualties.
    53 KB (7,665 words) - 20:15, 5 September 2014
  • The '''Russian Liberation Army (RLA)''',<ref>'''ROA''' is the Russian abbreviation</ref> created from a nucleus of Soviet soldiers captured by th ...ively warm German-Soviet relations. Soviet citizens, independent of ethnic Russian patriotism, had had much reason, however, to distrust their own government.
    16 KB (2,568 words) - 08:54, 10 January 2011
  • {{r|Russian Liberation Army}}
    357 B (46 words) - 21:14, 6 March 2010
  • ...of [[Operation Barbarossa|the 1941 invasion of Germany]] and the [[Russian Liberation Army]]
    233 B (31 words) - 21:02, 6 March 2010
  • {{r|Russian Liberation Army}}
    217 B (28 words) - 22:52, 6 March 2010
  • ...ed the [[Russian Front]], or, from a German standpoint, the Eastern Front. Russians also call it the Great Patriotic War or the Motherland War ...[Romania]]n dictator [[Ion Antonescu]], from whom he needed troops for the Russian front. Ionescu gave full support, and would call it a "Holy War" on the 22n
    20 KB (2,978 words) - 10:57, 18 October 2013
  • ...had significant problems. I have renamed it to the more accurate [[Russian Liberation Army]] (i.e., there were multiple movements; there was one army under
    6 KB (839 words) - 14:12, 6 April 2015
  • ...s Liberation Army]] containing the Chinese navy and air force. Under the [[Russian Federation]], the forces are described separately.
    892 B (126 words) - 18:44, 3 September 2009
  • ...ear 2004-2005}}</ref> It is also a substantial reference on the [[Russian Liberation Army]] of [[Andrei Vlasov]].
    1 KB (192 words) - 21:03, 6 March 2010
  • ...jor airborne SIGINT platforms as the four-turboprop EY-8, a variant of the Russian An-12 'Cub' as China's main ELINT and reconnaissance aircraft a decade ago. | title = PEOPLE’S LIBERATION ARMY AFTER NEXTPeople's Liberation Army After Next
    18 KB (2,719 words) - 22:29, 12 September 2009
  • ...in the Pacific. As the Americans dropped their Atom bomb on Hiroshima, the Russians launched their Manchurian campaign, freeing the Northeast of China form Ja ...Red Army or People's Liberation Army. On November 2nd, 1948, Shenyang was liberated by the PLA during the Liaoshen Campaign.
    10 KB (1,628 words) - 11:22, 1 September 2008
  • * Wilfried Strik-Strikfeldt: Against Stalin and Hitler. Memoir of the Russian Liberation Movement 1941-5. Translation by David Footman. London: Macmillan, 1970 * Andreyev, Catherine: Vlasov and the Russian Liberation Movement. Soviet reality and emigré theories. Series: Soviet and East
    2 KB (145 words) - 19:16, 5 January 2008
  • * Wilfried Strik-Strikfeldt: Against Stalin and Hitler. Memoir of the Russian Liberation Movement 1941-5. Translation by David Footman. London: Macmillan, 1970 * Andreyev, Catherine: Vlasov and the Russian Liberation Movement. Soviet reality and emigré theories. Series: Soviet and East
    2 KB (145 words) - 03:54, 6 March 2010
  • {{r|People's Liberation Army Air Force (China)}} {{r|Russian Air Force}}
    1 KB (148 words) - 21:50, 19 June 2009
  • ...e miles, and Poland was too weak and inefficient to prevent its German and Russian neighbors from partitioning it up.<ref> Davies, ''God's Playground'' 1982 1 ...us structures of the new Holy Roman Empire. By contrast the Ukrainians and Russians to the east chose Orthodox Christianity from Byzantium, became prey to the
    91 KB (13,963 words) - 10:34, 11 October 2013
  • {{r|Russian Liberation Movement}} {{r|Russian language}}
    6 KB (841 words) - 07:33, 10 March 2014

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