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25–6. Articles on ‘The Urals Counter-Revolution’, Published in the N ewspaper Pravda, 29 (16)–30 (17) June 1918

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This chapter discusses the articles on 'The Urals Counter-Revolution', Published in the Newspaper Pravda, by E. Preobrazhensky. At the call of the regional military commissariat, the workers of the Urals factories sent their best forces to the front against the Czechoslovaks. When almost the entire local organisation of Communists, numbering three hundred persons, had left Nev'yansk factory under arms, the automobile-company, which had evacuated to the factory from Luga and had always opposed the local soviet, began a counter- revolutionary uprising. In addition to Nev'yansk, the soviets were dispersed in Verkh-Neivinsk and also in Polevsk factory, where a gang of frontline soldiers even dug trenches at the approach of Soviet forces.

Keywords:Communists; Czechoslovaks; Nev'yansk; Pravda; Soviet forces; The Urals Counter-Revolution

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