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[59] they were finally persuaded, not through any over-enthusiastic enthusiasm for the new regime, but only when their own sous-prefet [town mayor] was sent to keep them on their best behaviour. [59] the role of the volunteer army was originally conceived as a police force to keep the reds in line. its role did not change at the end of the war. denikin, the whites general, was happy to see it stay out of the war. [59] by the end of 1916 denikin was a prisoner of the french, and the volunteer army had been disbanded. here again the motto was not motivated by any desire to promote the reds, but by a desire to rid his own country of the encumbrance of bolsheviks.

[59] the volunteer forces were dissolved in march 1917, amidst the failure of the whites in the donbass region. nevertheless, the element of voluntarism persisted, and the donbass guerrilla movement led by the russians was not brought to an end until after the july offensive of the soviet offensive against the whites. after the spring offensive of the whites in 1917, the volunteer army was born again, [59] this time serving to undermine any red offensive. henceforth the volunteer army served as a back-up force, and it was only disbanded on the request of the british in july 1918, when it refused to fight the advance of the red army on the western front. it was dissolved by the british, who decided that the red army was the “real” army.

[59] therefore, in 1917 the volunteer army was formed simply as a police force. in order to do so, it was assigned by the red army to the ukraine, a land notoriously marked by its low population density and high natural resistance to military occupation. on the eve of the volunteer army memoirs, one of its major commanders, colonel shishkin, a member of the duma (parliament), described the volunteer army as “a bolshevik force, with all the odious features of the bolshevik regime and all the evils of communism.” [59] although the volunteer army was a centralized body, the volunteers, mainly drawn from regiments made up of railroad workers, seem to have been a genuine army, although one that had been drastically reduced in size. the few troops that followed up the russian army of 1920 were mainly composed of deserters and other assorted malcontents. in russian eyes, the volunteer army was far from the ideal of a fighting force.

following the elections, the insurgent army was to act as a group of independent parties and political organizations, and it was in this capacity that it began to deal with the soviet regime. on september 10th, makhno appeared before the new soviet government and gave an explanation of the conditions under which he had operated and the conditions under which he was standing down. he said that, because of the internal political situation, he had been forced to withdraw his troops from donbass and that he was leaving the soviet republic for good. [56] he added that his withdrawal was conditioned upon the fact that the bolsheviks would no longer arrest him. he explained his departure from ukraine as being due to purely political reasons. [57] he stated that this withdrawal was made in order to prevent the rebellion from spreading to other regions. he also stated that he had no intention of continuing his activities in the soviet republic and would cease to be active as soon as he had handed over his positions to the soviet government.
the communist seizure of power in the late 1930s was due to the twin factors of co-optation of the most reactionary bourgeois elements and the support of the international working class. the first of these has been discussed above, but it is worth noting here that british support for the republic was not the only factor; the actions of the soviets have also been discussed above. the british union of fascists, it will be recalled, were received with a certain degree of sympathy by the soviets. the fascists were initially rejected by the soviets because they were not members of the comintern and, in addition, the soviets were not entirely sure of the political reliability of the fascists. however, some of the fascist leaders did join the spanish government. the italian fascists, while not members of the comintern, were allowed to join the republican government. the soviet union even accepted the services of anti-communist fascist leaders such as arrighi, whose party, the faisce, entered the governing coalition. [53] fascists were also permitted to enter the soviet armed forces. [54] in the soviet armed forces, a committee was formed to deal with the problem of italians and other enemy nationals who had fought against the spanish republic. this committee was composed of a russian officer, a german officer and a french officer, all members of the comintern. [55]

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