Russian Civil War
Timeline OTL
Location Russia
Result Creation of the Soviet Union
Russian SFSR (7 November 1917-30 December 1922)
Turkestan Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic (13 November 1917-30 December 1922)
Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic (20 November 1917-30 December 1922)
Soviet Union
White Movement
Newly emerged republics
Allied intervention
Other factions
Commanders and leaders
Vladimir Lenin

Leon Trotsky
Jukums Vācietis
Sergey Kamenev

Nicholas II of Russia

Alexander Kolchak
Lavr Kornilov
Anton Denikin
Pyotr Wrangel

Timeline Southern Victory
Date 1917-1926
Location Russian Empire
Result Continuation of the Russian Empire under Tsar Nicholas II
The Russian Civil War (1917-1923) was a multi-sided conflict that took place within the borders of the former Russian Empire following the collapse of the Russian provisional government and the Bolshevik takeover of Petrograd (formerly St. Petersburg), which they soon renamed Leningrad.

The main hostilities took place between Bolshevik Red Army, and loosely-allied anti-Bolshevik forces, known as the White Army.

The Red Army emerged victorious in 1923. The Communist Party assumed complete control of the country and began building a socialist state.

Russian Civil War in Southern VictoryEdit

The Russian Civil War (1917 - c. 1926) was a decade-long internal conflict that was fought between "Red" Socialists and Tsarists in support of Nicholas II. It spun off from the Russian Revolution that began during the Great War and left much of the country a wasteland. In the end, the Tsarists won and kept Nicholas II on the throne.[1]