2. An old-fashioned term to refer to Belarusian people.
3. A collective term used to refer to the various groups who fought against the Communist Red Army in the Russian Civil War of 1917-23. Also used to describe the supporters of these groups who emigrated from Russia after the Red Army won the Civil War.
2. Historically the White Russians were contrasted with the Great Russians (modern Russians) and the Little Russians (modern Ukrainians) as the three East Slavic nations.
3. In the aftermath of the Russian Civil War so-called "white émigré" communities thrived in cities such as Paris, London and Shanghai.
There is honestly nothing, and I do mean NOTHING, out there more powerful than the Russian, as proven by it's current dominance in the Cannibus Cup. Generally sells for double standard dro prices, or close to it. Very, VERY, worth the price.
"Duuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuude, that was some nice herb, was the White Russian?"