Felix C wrote:Thank you Mischa. I admit diaries, memoirs and contemporary fiction provide a great deal of atmosphere to be able to properly understand the actions of participants.
Hi, a small correction. The Dreadnought of the Caspian Sea (152 mm - guns) was really Emmanuel Nobel
not and Emil
like in Vritish suurces stay. This confirms the best in Russian published source of the White Russian naval officer, Nikolay Nikolayevich Lishin (Лишин Николай Николаевич
), a book about his service with the British, but also under Andrew's flag, which fluttered on the HMS President Krüger
wrote. He wrote his memories undet the title: "На Каспийском море. Год Белой борьбы"
= On the Caspian Sea. A year of struggle whites. In 1940, he lived in Riga or Tallinn, there are discrepancies, where he was arrestet of the NKVD and was shot in Mosow in June 1941 to death after a trial,to beeing a white, a "traitor" of the workers - was and peasants' state.
Here is his great book can be found. Who is the Russian language is powerful, which will certainly please.
And about the situation in Baku, I would add something later. http://www.ourbaku.com/index.php5/%D0%9 ... 0%B0%D0%BD
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