First Chechen War

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First Chechen War
Pairt o Chechen–Roushie conflict
Evstafiev-helicopter-shot-down.jpg
Roushie Mil Mi-8 helicopter brocht doun bi Chechen fichters near the caipital Grozny in 1994
Date11 December 1994 – 31 August 1996
(1 year, 8 months, 2 weeks and 6 days)
LocationChechnie an pairts o Ingushetie, Stavropol Krai an Dagestan, Roushie
Result

Chechen victory

  • Khasavyurt Accord
  • Widrawal o Roushie truips.
  • Continuation o Chechnya's de facto unthirldom.
Belligerents
 Roushie Chechen Republic o Ichkerie Chechen Republic o Ichkerie
Foreign mujahideen[1][2][3][4][5]
Ukrainian volunteers
Turkey Turkish volunteers[1]
Commanders an leaders

Roushie Boris Yeltsin
Roushie Pavel Grachev


Commanders o Jynt Group of Federal Forces in Chechnie:
Roushie Alexei Mityukhin
Roushie Anatoly Kulikov
Roushie Anatoly Shkurko
Roushie Vyacheslav Tikhomirov
Roushie Vladimir Shamanov
[6]
Chechen Republic o Ichkerie Dzhokhar Dudayev
Chechen Republic o Ichkerie Zelimkhan Yandarbiyev
Chechen Republic o Ichkerie Aslan Maskhadov
Chechen Republic o Ichkerie Shamil Basayev
Ibn Al-Khattab
Strenth
38,000 (December 1994)
70,500 (February 1995)
Chechen Republic o Ichkerie 2,300[7]–12,000[8]
500–700[9]
Casualties an losses
Militar:
5,732 killed or missin (Roushie offeecial figur)
14,000 killed or missin (CSMR estimate)
Civilian:
At least 161 killed outside Chechnya[10]

Militar:
3,000 killed or missin (CRI claim)
15,000 killed or missin (Roushie claim)

Civilian:
30,000–40,000 (RFSSS data)[11]

The First Chechen War, an aa kent as the War in Chechnie, wis a conflict atween the Roushie Federation an the Chechen Republic o Ichkerie, focht frae December 1994 tae August 1996.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. 1.0 1.1 "TURKISH VOLUNTEERS IN CHECHNYA". The Jamestown Foundation. 
  2. The Chechens: A Handbook at Google Books
  3. Politics of Conflict: A Survey at Google Books
  4. Energy and Security in the Caucasus at Google Books
  5. "The Chechens". google.com.tr. 
  6. Galeotti, Mark (2014). Russia's War in Chechnya 1994-2009. Osprey Publishing. ISBN 1782002790. 
  7. Dalkhan Khozhaev
  8. Russian Urban Tactics: Lessons from the Battle for Grozny
  9. "The radicalisation of the Chechen separatist movement: Myth or reality?". The Prague Watchdog. 16 May 2007. Retrieved 25 June 2011. 
  10. 120 in Budyonnovsk, and 41 in Pervomayskoe hostage crisis
  11. Cherkasov, Alexander. "Book of Numbers, Book of Losses, Book of the Final Judgment". Polit.ru. Retrieved 2 January 2016.