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Historical files of the American Expeditionary Force, North Russia 1918-1919 [series]
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Memorandums relating to U.S. Navy vessels in North Russian waters during 1918, 1919 ([23-8.3])
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Strength returns of United States and Allied units in North Russia April-June 1919 ([23-10.5])
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Daily strength reports, AEF, North Russia June-July 1919 ([23-10.5])
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Allied orders of battle Archangel District February 11, 1919, April 15, 1919 ([23-10.6])
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Situation reports on the efficiency and morale of the AEF, North Russia December 1918-March 1919 ([23-11.1])
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Brig. Gen. Wilds P. Richardson's"Notes on the War and on the North Russian Expedition," Undated ([23-11.4])
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Report of Capt. H. S. Martin, American Military Mission, on his personal observations concerning the American intervention in North Russia August 20, 1919 ([23-11.4])
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"Gen. Scott's Report on Russia." ([23-11.4])

(This folder contains nothing more than cross-reference sheets to related records in this and other series.)

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General Order 8, dated , Headquarters, AEF, North Russia, listing officers and men cited for "gallantry in action." June 24, 1919 ([23-11.4])
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"History." ([23-11.4])

(This folder contains nothing more than cross-reference sheets to related records in this and other series.)

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Compilation of correspondence of Allied General Headquarters at Archangel relating to Allied operations in North Russia July 1918-March 1919 ([23-11.5])
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Notebook containing a chronological record of events , compiled at Headquarters, AEF, North Russia, by Lt. John H. Tucker, Operations Officer. April 17-June 18, 1919 ([23-11.5])
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Typescript copy of Lieutenant Tucker's notebook described above. ([23-11.5])
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Notebook of Lieutenant Tucker containing copies of letters, memorandums, orders, and cablegrams of Headquarters, AEF, North Russia April 25-June 18, 1919 ([23-11.5])
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Memorandums and reports on casualties and disposition of dead in North Russia 1918, 1919 ([23-12.3])
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"Insignia." ([23-13.7])

(This folder contains nothing more than cross-reference sheets to related records in this and other series.)

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Report on American Red Cross activities in North Russia Undated ([23-17.3])
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Note on mail service September 10, 1918 ([23-17.8])
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British War Office daily intelligence summaries (26) pertaining to military and political events in Russia, Germany, East Europe, and other areas May-September 1919-January 1920 ([23-20.22])
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Weekly military information summaries with maps issued by Allied General Headquarters at Archangel May-June 1919 ([23-20.3])
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Daily communiques issued by Allied General Headquarters at Archangel May-July 1919 ([23-20.3])
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Bolshevik orders (3) of battle September 1918-February 1919 ([23-22.1])
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Reports pertaining to the strength and distribution of the Bolshevik 6th Army February-May 1919 ([23-22.1])
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Report on Bolshevik strength in North Russia Undated ([23-22.2])
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Memorandums of Col. James A. Ruggles reviewing the activities of the American Military Mission to Russia 1918, 1919 ([23-23])
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Department of State memorandum of May 8, 1920, regarding the history of the American and Allied Military Missions to Russia in 1918, 1919 1918-1920 ([23-23.1])
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Cablegrams (3) from the American consul at Archangel regarding the military situation in North Russia January 1919, February 1919 ([23-23.1])
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Office of Naval Intelligence report announcing the Allied occupation of Archangel August 12, 1918 ([23-23.1])
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Report of Capt. Jacob A. Harzfeld, American Military Mission to Russia, on "the activities of [the] Allied Commission to exchange prisoners captured on [the] Northern Front and observations of conditions in Bolshevik territory." May 7, 1919 ([23-23.1])
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The Operations of the Czechoslovak Army in Russia in the Years 1917-1920 by Vladimir Klecanda. ([23-23.1])

(English translation included.)

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"Attacks on Tolvuya and Onega, ." August 3-4, 1919 ([23-23.1])

(This folder contains nothing more than cross-reference sheets to related records in this and other series.)

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Reports of Col. James A. Ruggles, Military Attache at Archangel and Chief of the American Military Mission to Russia, on military and political events and conditions in the Murmansk and Archangel Districts January-June 1919 ([23-23.1])
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Charts and maps showing strength and deployment of Allied and Bolshevik Armies in Russia January-June 1919 ([23-23.11])
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Sketch map with explanatory remarks of the railroad south of Obozerskaya Station Undated ([23-25.4])
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Monthly activities report of the American Military Mission to Russia for May 1919 ([23-27])
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Reports on the Allied offensive on the Vologda Force Front and the Royal Air Force airfield near Obozerskaya January 1919 ([23-27.8])
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Report of Capt. Eugene Prince, American Military Mission to Russia, on the military situation on the Dvina Front July 6, 1919 ([23-27.3])
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Memorandum regarding the Cafe de Paris in Archangel September 25, 1918 ([23-27.9])
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Plan for a combined Allied naval and military operation September 14, 1918 ([23-32])
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Orders and instructions relating to the departure of AEF, North Russia, from Russia April-June 1919 ([23-32.13])
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Orders issued by Allied General Headquarters at Archangel September 1918-February 1919 ([23-32.15])
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Field messages. ([23-32.16])
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Cablegrams sent by Headquarters, AEF, North Russia April 7-August 23, 1919 ([23-32.16])
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Reports and maps indicating location of Allied and enemy troops 1918, 1919 ([23-32.2])
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Maps of Allied defensive works April 1919 ([23-32.4])
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Situation map of Finland and North Russia on August 15, 1918 ([23-32.6])
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Order providing for military guards on merchant ships discharging or loading at Archangel September 22, 1918 ([23-32.8])
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Report of operations of the 339th Infantry Regiment in North Russia from , compiled by Lt. Charles E. Lewis September 4, 1918-April 1, 1919 ([23-33.2])
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"Report of Expedition to the Murman Coast," , compiled by Lt. Charles E. Lewis September 1918-April 1919 ([23-33.2])
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Extracts from the War Diary of Allied General Headquarters at Archangel August 4, 1918-February 12, 1919 ([23-33.5])
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Summary of principal military events in the Archangel District August 4, 1918-March 24, 1919 ([23-33.6])
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Memorandums relating to Allied troop movements by November 19-December 24, 1918 ([23-34.2])
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Memorandums relating to Allied troop movements by water September 6, 1918-January 16, 1919 ([23-34.6])
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Reports on mutinies and on morale of Allied troops in North Russia by Capt. H. S. Martin July 1919 ([23-36.1])
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Reports on the morale of the AEF, North Russia, by Capts. Jacob A. Harzfeld and Eugene Prince, American Military Mission to Russia February 2-20, 1919 ([23-36.1])
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Note on supply of timber available in the Archangel District September 12, 1918 ([23-42.8])
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Medical arrangements for the Allied Forces in North Russia, Nos. 2-18, issued by the Deputy Director of Medical Services December 19, 1918-April 10, 1919 ([23-43])
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"Medical Service Routine Orders." ([23-43.6])

(This folder contains nothing more than cross-reference sheets to related records in this and other series.)

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Report of Chief Surgeon Jonas R. Longley on the work of the Medical Department, AEF, North Russia, for the period August 1918-March 1919 ([23-43.8])
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Bulletin No. 67, dated , Headquarters, AEF, North Russia, pertaining to mail and food. March 20, 1919 ([23-64.6])
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Reports of inspections of the North Russia Transportation Corps Expeditionary Forces April-July 1919 ([23-66.1])