Russian Liberation Movement

Russian Liberation Movement (Русское Освободительное Движение) was a movement within the Soviet Union that sought to create an anti-communist armed force during World War II that would topple the regime of Joseph Stalin. This movement included both Russians and peoples of other nationalities living within the Soviet Union, in which case it is referred to as the Liberation Movement of the Peoples of Russia (Освободительное Движение Народов России).

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