White Army

anti-Bolshevik movement during the Russian Civil War
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The White Army in the Russian Revolution was an alliance of various groups. It opposed the Red Army of Vladimir Lenin's Bolsheviks in the Russian Civil War. Supporters included liberals, aristocrats, Cossacks, the Russian Orthodox Church, and some peasants. Eventually the allies of Russia sent ships and troops to help. The Red Army won, due to better organization.