How the Japanese stole the gold of Admiral Kolchak
October 6 1919, admiral Alexander Kolchak, suffering a defeat from the Red Army on the Eastern Front, appealed to Japan for military assistance and signed an agreement with her: in return for a bail of 55 million gold rubles, they must supply the necessary weapon and ammunition. Gold went to Japan, but the “whites” never received any weapons. Why Kolchak, possessing a huge gold reserve, and could not win the war with the "red"?
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