Jassy Conference

The Jassy Conference was a gathering of anti-Bolshevik political figures that met in Iași (Jassy), the temporary capital of Romania at the time from November 16 through December 6, 1918.[1] The conference was organized by Emile Henno from the French consulate in Kiev. The objective was to coordinate the anti-Bolshevik movements of Southern Russia in order to facilitate dealings with the Allied powers. The twenty-one delegates could not reconcile their differences, despite the need to be unified before the Allies in requesting aid. The conference did nothing to forward any agreements.[2] The Jassy Conference, however, did agree on two points: the desirability of Allied intervention in the civil war and the indivisibility of Russia. In a vote, no candidate for future ruler of Russia could even garner half the votes – General Denikin had the most with nine.[3]

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  1. ^ https://www.questia.com/reader/action/open/7895508
  2. ^ Stockdale, M.K. (1996). Paul Miliukov and the Quest for a Liberal Russia, 1880-1918. Cornell University Press. p. 271. ISBN 9780801432484. Retrieved 2015-08-06.
  3. ^ Perry, J.C.; Pleshakov, C.V. (2008). Flight of the Romanovs: A Family Saga. Basic Books. p. 212. ISBN 9780786724864. Retrieved 2015-08-06.