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Lenin’s High-Water Mark: Warsaw, 1920


On August 12, 1920, the fate of Poland hung by a thread. The Bolsheviks, victorious in Russia, advanced rapidly towards the heart of Europe, approaching the suburbs of Warsaw. This was the decisive moment in the Polish-Bolshevik War, a conflict that had begun some seventeen months earlier, when Polish and Red Army forces had clashed in their borderlands amidst the chaotic aftermath of the First World War and the Russian Civil War. The conflict escalated dramatically in April 1920, when Józef Piłsudski, the Polish Chief of State, invaded Ukraine in an effort to seize its western borderlands and set up …read more

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