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Red Army - History of the Red Army

The Red Army is the abbreviated name of the Red Army of Workers and Peasants (Russian: the Worker-Cresan Red Army), the Armed Forces created by the Bolsheviks during the Civil War in Russia of 1918. This organization has become the army of the Soviet Union after its foundation in 1922. The red color in the title refers to the color of shedding blood in the working class in its fight against capitalism. Although the Red Army in 1946. Changed the name to the Soviet Army (Russian: Soviet Army) People from the West continued to use the term Red Army and later, for example, during the Cold War.

The Council of People's Commissar for their decree of January 28, 1918 established the Red Army, relying on the already existing Red Guard. The official day of the Red Army on February 23, 1918 marks the day of the first mass call to the Red Army in St. Petersburg and Moscow and the first fighting against the occupation army of the German Empire. On February 23, he became an important national holiday in the Soviet Union, later noted as the day of the Soviet army and continues to be celebrated in modern Russia as the Day of Defender of the Fatherland. The founder of the Red Army is considered to be Lion Trotsky. People's Commissar of the War from 1918 to 1924.

At the beginning of its existence, the Red Army acted as voluntary formation, without titles and signs of difference. Officers were elected in democratic elections. However, by the decision of the V Sverdlovsk Congress of Soviets dated July 10, 1918, the mandatory military service was introduced for men aged 18 to 40 years. Thanks to this decision, by the end of the autumn of 1918, the number of Red Army grew to 800 thousand people. In 1919, the number of soldiers reserved in the civil war, the number of soldiers reached 3,000,000 people, and by the end of 1920 - 5,000,000 people. To facilitate the recruitment, the Bolsheviks have created regional military commissariats, which still exist in Russia under this name.

The problem of the lack of a prepared officer corps of Trotsky is solved by the admission of former officers of the Army of Hungary to Russia in the ranks of the Red Army. After General Alexey Brusilov offered its professional services in 1920, a large number of imperial officers decided to follow his example. The Bolshevik authorities have formed a special committee led by Lvi-Lezarov and in August 1920. Former officers were scored with a number of 315,000 people. Very often they held the posts of military advisers. Moreover, a large number of former soldiers of Tsarist Russia have already joined the Bolsheviks.

The Bolshevik authorities appointed political commissioners in each part of the Red Army, who had the right to change the solutions of commander of parts, if they contradicted the principles of the Communist Party. Although it sometimes led to a change of command, the party leadership considered the necessary political control over the army, while the Red Army had ever rely on experienced officers of the pre-revolutionary royal period. Ищешь сексуальные услуги? Твой город - Тюмень ? У нас на сайте шикарные путаны, которые готовы на встречу. Смотри фото, выбирай самых опытных. И звони!