The Krymskoe Kraevoe Pravitel'stvo records consist of administrative files of the Chairman of the Council of Ministers, Minister
of Foreign Affairs, Minister of Justice, and Minister of Internal Affairs concerning the relations of the Crimean Regional
Government and the Constitutional Democratic Party with the Russian Volunteer Army and with the Allies.
Krymskoe Kraevoe Pravitel'stvo (Crimean Regional Government) refers to two regimes in the Crimean Peninsula during the years
1918 and 1919. After the Russian October Revolution in 1917, an ethnic Tatar government proclaimed the Crimean People's Republic.
The first Crimean Regional Government was established on 25 June 1918 under German protection with Lipka Tatar General Maciej
(Suleyman) Sulkiewicz as prime minister and minister of interior and military affairs.
2 manuscript boxes
(0.8 linear feet)
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