Russia's post-WWI western borders in a White victory scenario

Apr 2019
22
Ireland
#14
The Whites may have stepped back and pondered what had led to the revolution in the first place, it's possible they may have come to the wrong conclusions, however they would have had more room for council than the reds. Anyone in the reds camp advocating a more cautious approach may have been labelled as an 'enemy of the revolution' - hence enhancing their 'messianic vision' as the alternative could have been liquidation. So the Whites 'Messianic Vision' may just have had a more long term outlook than the reds 'short-term' outlook. Later the Reds adopted the communism in one country policy to allow them to grow in strength.

It's possible that a Polish counter to a Baltic Invasion could have been backed up by a Finnish attack in support. This possibly could have led to any successes the Reds gained in the Baltic States been relinquished in fear of been caught in a pincer. Any thoughts?
 
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May 2014
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SoCal
#15
It's possible that a Polish counter to a Baltic Invasion could have been backed up by a Finnish attack in support. This possibly could have led to any successes the Reds gained in the Baltic States been relinquished in fear of been caught in a pincer. Any thoughts?
That seems reasonable if the Finns could successfully capture St. Petersburg beforehand.