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(File:Russia1918.png|thumb|right|300px|The collapse of the Russian Empire in September 1918)Pro-independence movements in Russian Civil War within the territory of the former Russian Empire sought for creation of independent and non-Bolshevik nation states after the October Revolution. They were often supported politically or militarily by the Entente Powers. Some of them cooperated with the Russian White Movement, others were opposed to it. Many pro-independence movements emerged after the break-up of the Russian Empire and fought in the war.BOOK, Bullock, David, The Russian Civil War, 1918-22, 2008, Osprey Pub., Oxford, 978-1-84603-271-4, 1st publ., The following list presents the major pro-independence movements and the conflicts they were involved in during this period.

Western periphery

  • {{flag|Finland}} (Independence from 1917)


  • {{flagicon|Poland}}  Poland (Independence from 1918)


  • {{flagicon|Ukraine}}  Ukraine (Independence 1917-1921. Partitioned between Poland, Czechoslovakia, Romania and Ukrainian SSR)
    • (File:Flag of Ukraine.svg|23px)  Ukrainian State
    • (File:Flag of Ukraine.svg|23px)  West Ukraine
    • (File:Flag of Ukraine.svg|23px)  Komancza
    • (File:Flag of Ukraine.svg|23px)  Hutsul
    • (File:Прапор Русской Народной Республіки Лемків.svg|23px)  Lemko


  • {{flagicon|Belarus|1991}}  Belarus (Independence 1918-1919. Partitioned between Poland and Belarusian SSR)
  • {{flagicon|Crimea|1917}}  Crimea (Independence 1917-1918. Invaded by Russia, later restored for a short while by Ukrainian army)
    • {{flagicon image|Flag of Crimea 1918.png}}  2nd Crimea
  • {{Flagicon|Moldavian Democratic Republic}}  Moldova

Baltic States

  • {{flag|Estonia}} (Independence from 1918)


  • {{flag|Latvia}} (Independence from 1918)


  • {{flagicon|Lithuania}}  Lithuania (Independence from 1918)


European Russia

Eastern periphery

Caucasus





  • {{flagicon image|Flag of Georgia (1918-1921).svg}}  Georgia (Independence 1918-1921. Transformed into Georgian SSR)


Central Asia

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