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The anti-revolutionary invasions were an attempt by the Western Allies to force Russia back into World War I and remove the Bolshevik government. This was to secure the Czech Legion, secure ports and ensure the anti-Bolshevik armies got supplies and to re-open the Eastern Front against Central Powers.

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it is the equivalent to the Battle of the Cowshed in the book Animal Farm by George Orwell.

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