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1Allied Intervention in the Russian Civil War and Its Aftermath Annotated BibliographyPrimary SourcesBaker, Ray Stannard.Woodrow Wilson: Life and Letters: Volume 6, 1915-1917. New York:Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1935.The collection by Stannard Baker is a manuscript found in the Library of Congress. Thesignificant collection contains private papers of the president arranged in a chronological order.Baker’s fraction of the voluminous collection is important in discussing the attempts tocommunicate with the people. As such, the manuscript provides thought-provoking intuitions ofWilson’s appeals to the people by depicting the intervention of America as the people’s war inaddition to his appeal to get an approval to the treaty of Versailles. The volume is also impressiveseries depicting American Presidency focusing on Wilson’s life and letters that presentsimportant discussion points to the paper.Carley, Michael Jabara.1939: The Alliance that Never Was and the Coming of World War II.Chicago:Ivan R. Dee, 1999.In the book, Carley presents an insightful information of the British-French relationship with theSoviet Union in 1939. The book offers an intensive research drawn from fact material of Russianand Western archives. Carley writes about the crucial time in the 20thcentury, when the Nazi’sGermany prepared for war and negotiations between France, Britain, and Soviet Union remainedthe last chance to halt the aggression of Hitler. The information provided about the relationshipbetween Britain, France, and the Soviet Union along with the infamous Anglo-French distrust ofSoviet Russia forms a central subjects in discussing the allied intervention in the Russian Civilwar.
2Churchill, Winston.The United States of the Second WorldWar. Boston: Houghton MifflinCompany, 1958.Making extensive use of German and British archives, the source argues that Winston Churchillplayed a significant role in convincing the British cabinet to intervene in the Russian Civil Warwith the intention of destroying the Bolshevik regime. As such, the book provides individualaccounts of diplomacy during the 20thcentury. The classic book of the Churchill 6 books writesabout the history of Russian Civil War from the times leading up to the end. The aspect ofbringing the British intervention into the civil war serves important point in developing theresearch paper as he stresses that the function of the French foreign ministry was to publish theintervention of the country.Francis, David R.Russia from the American Embassy: April 1916-November 1918. NewYork: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1921.Following his appointment to the position of American ambassador to Russia by PresidentWoodrow Wilson, Francis, a democrat politician remained a Petrograd in the periods ofrevolutionary periods. Therefore, the book offers his individual chronological account of events

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