The paper is devoted to South Russian National Center (SRNC) - a moderate right-wing organization created in Odessa in January 1919 under the leadership of the ex-State Duma deputy V. V. Shulgin. SRNC, which had united the politicians from Little Russian and New Russian provinces, billed itself as the champion of the interests of South Russia and supported the autonomy of this region within the united Russian state. Special attention is paid to the Center’s attitude to the Ukrainian problem, relations with the Volunteer Army and French interventionists. In spite of the fact that SRNC never became a mass political party, it played an important role in the life of Odessa in early 1919, ?nd later its members made a serious contribution to the policy of the White movement with respect to the national issue, having developed the project of dividing the former Ukraine into three regions: Kiev, New Russia and Kharkov.
|Переведенное название||The south russian national center of V. V. Shulgin: Ideology, activity and influence on the white movement|
|Состояние||Опубликовано - ноя 2020|
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