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Many pro-independence movements emerged after the break-up of the Russian Empire and fought in the war.  Several parts of the former Russian Empire— Finland , Estonia , Latvia , Lithuania , and Poland —were established as sovereign states , with their own civil wars and wars of independence. The rest of the former Russian Empire was consolidated into the Soviet Union shortly afterwards.
Russian distinguishes hard (unpalatalized or plain) and soft ( palatalized ) consonants. Soft consonants, most of which are denoted by a superscript j , ⟨ ʲ ⟩, are pronounced with the body of the tongue raised toward the hard palate , like the articulation of the y sound in yes . /j, ɕː, tɕ/ are always soft, whereas /ʂ, ts, ʐ/ are always hard.
Editors’ Note: An earlier version of the main photograph with this article, of a filing cabinet and computer at the Democratic National Committee headquarters, should not have been published. The photographer had removed a framed image from the wall over the filing cabinet — showing a Washington Post Watergate front page — because it was causing glare with the lighting. The new version shows the scene as it normally appears, with the framed newspaper page in place.