One of the most powerful Cossack organizations, created in exile, was Joint Council Don, Kuban and Terek (OSDKT). It embodied the idea of ??uniting South Russian Cossack regions, not once occurred in the period of revolution and civil war. AP Bogaevsky and other leaders OSDKT expressed their intention to act in isolation from EMRO, although it did not seek to complete rupture of relations with Wrangel. Among the Cossacks in emigration in 1920-1930-ies were found three political trends. Some have seen the future of the Cossack territories only as a part of the Russian state, after his gipoteticheskogoosvobozhdeniya from the Bolsheviks. Others allow the creation of an independent Cossack state as a transitional stage, if not immediately be able to liberate the whole of Russia. Still others wanted to see the Cossack lands sovereign, regardless of the fate of Russia. Such ideas about the future of the Cossack community in the diaspora was the beginning of the Second World War.