Pro-independence movements in the Russian Civil War
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Pro-independence movements in the Russian Civil War within the territory of the former Russian Empire sought the creation of independent and non-Bolshevik nation states after the October Revolution. They were often supported politically or militarily by the Entente Powers. Some of them co-operated with the Russian White movement, but others fought it. Many pro-independence movements emerged after the fall of the Russian Empire and fought in the Russian Civil War.
The following list presents some of the pro-independence movements and the conflicts they were involved in during this period.
- Ukraine (independence 1917–1921; partitioned between Poland, Czechoslovakia, Romania and the Ukrainian SSR)
- East European Russia
- North European Russia
- South European Russia
- Azerbaijan (independence 1918–1920; transformed into the Azerbaijan SSR)