someone’s wrong on the internet again…

Actually, Soviet propaganda of the time to the contrary, the Allied intervention in the Russian Civil War was almost negligible. […] Most you could say is that military supplies from the Allies allowed Denikin to postpone the inevitable a bit longer.

But Radek, according to this logic one could as well argue that the Bay of Pigs incident was an internal Cuban affair.  

 And here’s a wikipedia link for the breakdown of foreign forces in the Russian civil war; looks like at least a hundred thousand of them (counting Japan) belonged to Entente (Antanta, as the Russians call it). Seems more than enough to justify a propaganda campaign.

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