Russia's Strategic Retreat

March 1918
New Republic;3/23/18, Vol. 14 Issue 177, p220
Comments on the Russian strategic retreat in the political field. Failure of the encircling movements of the Germans during the Galician retreat; Cohesion of the armies in defeat because of the inherent courage and endurance of the Russian soldier; Sense of the All-Russian Council of Soviets that a final peace be made with the German military autocracy; Inability of the All-Russian Council of Soviets of serving as a German agent of pacification.


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