Сфатул Цэрий, Центральная Рада и Румчерод: конфликт интересов в Южной Бессарабии (декабрь 1917 – февраль 1918 гг.).
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САВЧЕНКО, Виктор. Сфатул Цэрий, Центральная Рада и Румчерод: конфликт интересов в Южной Бессарабии (декабрь 1917 – февраль 1918 гг.).. In: Revista de Istorie a Moldovei. 2017, nr. 4(112), pp. 102-107. ISSN 1857-2022.
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Revista de Istorie a Moldovei
Numărul 4(112) / 2017 / ISSN 1857-2022

Сфатул Цэрий, Центральная Рада и Румчерод: конфликт интересов в Южной Бессарабии (декабрь 1917 – февраль 1918 гг.).

Sfatul Țării, the Central Rada and Rumcherod: Conflict of Interests in South Bessarabia (December 1917 – Februar 1918)


CZU: 94(478)"1917-1918"
Pag. 102-107

Савченко Виктор
 
Одесский государственный университет внутренних дел
 
Disponibil în IBN: 9 martie 2019


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The article is devoted to the conflict around the lands of Southern Bessarabia (Izmail and Akkerman districts) in which in November 1917 – February 1918, the interests of various political forces collided: the Moldavian Republic, the Kingdom of Romania, the Romanian Front Command, the Ukrainian People’s Republic, the Odessa Soviet Republic, structures of the Soldiers’Councils of Rumcherod. The Ukrainian Central Rada, harving extended its power to the Romanian front, supported the Country Council, at the same time seeking to gain a foothold in Southern Bessarabia. In December 1917, the Ukrainian-Moldavian union, directed against the attempts of the Bolsheviks to seize power, was formed. Chaos and paralysis of power in South Bessarabia led to the military conflict in the army and to the collapse of the Romanian front, to establishment of the power of the Bolsheviks in the cities, to the entry of Romanian troops into that territory

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Country Council, The Ukrainian Central Rada, Southern Bessarabia, Moldavian Republic, the Kingdom of Romania, the Ukrainian People’s Republic, Romanian troops