Admiral Aleksandr Kolchak was a prominent leader of the White forces during the Russian Civil War who was even briefly declared the Russian supreme ruler. Kolchak ended his days in Irkutsk where he was handed over as a prisoner to the Bolsheviks who had him executed by firing squad in 1920. His body was dumped into the frozen River Angara. This monument to the controversial figure in Russian history was unveiled in 2004 on the 130th anniversary of his birth.
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