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Judicial-Investigatory Commissions of the Volunteer Army and the Armed Forces of South Russia, 1918-1920: History, Structure and Activity

Student: Vladislav Iakovenko

Supervisor: Liudmila Novikova

Faculty: Faculty of Humanities

Educational Programme: Historical Knowledge (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2019

The work studies the judicial-investigatory commissions of the Volunteer Army and the Armed Forces of South Russia from August 1918 to the beginning of 1920. The personnel, legislative and ideological basis, structure and methods of work of the commissions were analyzed. Using the example of officers, Jews and women, the process of checking the population who collaborated with the Bolsheviks in the White movement in southern Russia is investigated. It is proved that in the work of the members of the commissions the most important was the restoration of the rule of law violated by the Bolsheviks. The appendix contains a table with biographical data of commissions' members and a typical verdict of the investigation file.

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