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RUSSKII EKSPEDITSIONNYI KORPUS VO FRANTSII, 1916-1920
Day-orders to Russian troops in France and on the Saloniki Front
Russkiia voiska vo Frantsii, Paris, mimeograph copies
No. 1-163, (File 290) 1917
I-ia Osobaia pekhotnaia diviziia. Day-orders
I-yi Marshevoi batalion (Osobo-marshevoi batalion)
II-oi Marshevoi batalion (File 227)
No. 300-847, 1917
No. 1-59, 1918
II-ia Osobaia pekhotnaia diviziia
Day-orders to the staff
No. 1-204, (File 280) 1917
No. 1-28, (File 280) 1918
No. 3-227, (File 278) 1917
Komanda vyzdoravlivaiushchikh, Verrie (File 234-235)
No. 1-194, 1917-1918
No. 1-95, (File 235) 1917
Divizionnyi oboz (File 287)
No. 1-208, 1917
I-ia Osobaia pekhotnaia brigada. Day-orders
No. 1-261, (File 276) 1916
Administrative and Intendancy Services,
II-ia Osobaia pekhotnaia brigada, (Salonikskii front)
Day-orders to the staff (File 280)
No. 1-68, 1916
General (File 277)
No. 1-186, and No. 1-186, 1916 1917
No. 1-117, 1917
No. 30-204, (File 223) 1916
No. 205-235, (File 224) 1916
No. 1-59, 1917
No. 60-149, (File 225) 1917
No. 152-243, (File 226) 1917
No. 244-364, (File 228) 1917
III-ia Osobaia pekhotnaia brigada. Day-orders
No. 1-130, (File 281) 1917
Marshevoi batalion osobago naznacheniia
No. 1-148, (File 229) 1916
No. 149-254, (File 230) 1916.
IV-ia Osobaia pekhotnaia brigada
Day-orders to the staff (File 282)
No. 1-89, 1917
No. 1-98, (File 282) 1916
No. 1-128, 1917
No. 4-187, (File 231) 1917
No. 188-388, (File 232) 1917
II-ia Osobaia artilleriiskaia brigada
Day-orders, No. 1-240 (File 285)
By-orders, No. 1-, 1917
Day-orders, No. 47-284 and No. 1-17 (File 283)
Day-orders, No. 143-209, (File 284) 1917
By-orders, (File 284) 1917
No. 120-271, (File 252) 1917
II-oi Osobyi pekhotnyi polk. Day-orders
No. 319-404, (File 253) Oct.-Dec. 1916
No. 2-138, (File 254) Jan.-March 1917.
No. 140-232, (File 255) April-June 1917.
No. 233-334, (File 256) June-Aug. 1917.
No. 335-474, (File 257) Sept.-Nov. 1917.
No. 1-65, 1918
III-ii Osobyi pekhotnyi polk. Day-orders
No. 1-249, (File 259) 1916.
No. 1-238, (File 260) 1917.
No. 239-414, (File 261) 1917.
IV-yi Osobyi pekhotnyi polk. Day-orders
No. 1-56, (File 262) 1916.
No. 157-264, (File 263) 1916.
No. 1-46, 1917
No. 47-243, (File 264) 1917.
No. 244-365, (File 265) 1917.
No. 1-48, 1918
VII-oi Osobyi pekhotnyi polk. Day-orders
No. 1-234, (File 266) 1916.
No. 1-292, (File 267) 1917.
No. 293-435, (File 268) 1917.
No. 1-88, (File 269) 1916.
No. 89-199, (File 270) Sept.-Dec. 1916.
No. 1-231, (File 271) Jan.-June 1917.
No. 232-449, (File 272) 1917.
No. 1-52, 1918
Marshevaia inzhenernaia rota dlia osobykh inzhenernykh batalionov na teatre voennykh deistvii. Petrograd. Day-orders
No. 1-183, (File 233) 1917.
II-oi Osobyi inzhenernyi batalion. Day-orders. (File 286)
No. 1-233, 1917
Zavedyvaiushchii Voenno-Sudnoi Chast'iu pri Russkikh voiskakh vo Frantsii, Gen. Nikolaev
Correspondence with French judicial and administrative authorities
Otriadnoi sud. (Files No. 274-275)
Tylovoe Upravlenie russkikh voisk vo Frantsii. Day-orders. (File 289)
No. 25-102, 1917
No. 1-113, 1917
No. 1-63, 1917
Kantseliariia po likvidatsii del Tylovogo
Ministère de la Guerre, France
Instructions re Russian troops in France, typescript
SHTAB DOBROVOL'CHESKOI ARMII, 1918-1922
Miscellaneous material from archive of special intelligence section "Azbuka", primarily re political organizations active in territories occupied by Volunteer Army, 1918-1919
Dobrovol'cheskaia Armiia, Diplomaticheskii Otdel
Correspondence, outgoing, typescript copies
Minutes of meetings
Reports of special intelligence section "Azbuka"
typescript, April 8, 1919
Resolutions, proclamations and directives
Partiia Narodnoi Svobody (Kadet)
3-ii Kraevoi S"ezd P.N.S., typescript copies Oct. 16, 1918,
Meeting of June 29-30, 1919
KHar'kovskoe soveshchenie Partii Narodnoi Svobody, Nov. 3-6, 1919
Resolutions, typescript copies
Miscellaneous material re civil administration of territories occupied by Volunteer Army, Also includes some reports re military situation 1919.
Reports of special intelligence section "Azbuka", Otdelenie pri stavke glavnokomanduiushchago. Includes information re Southern Front, deployment of troops, condition of armies, situation in occupied territories, especially Kiev, KHar'kov and Odessa, typescript, 1919
Glavnokomanduiushchii Vooruzhennymi Silami IUga Rossii, official decrees
Osoboe Soveshchanie pri Glavnokomanduiushchem
Reports re economic matters
Sobranie uzakonenii i rasporiazhenii pravitel'stva, printed copies, Includes laws re grain harvesting in occupied areas, establishment of zemstvo in occupied areas, criminal responsibility of persons paticipating in Bolshevik government and miscellaneous administrative orders July 31; Aug. 9, 26; Sept. 6; Sept. 16.
Otdel Torgovli, Promyshlennosti i Snabzheniia
(Group I, File 131)
Reports and documentary material of special intelligence section "Azbuka" re Ukrainian separatism and the situation in Kiev under Skoropadskii, Petliura and the Bolsheviks
Intelligence agents' reports. Includes material re internal politics, relations with Allies and Germans, military situation, relationship of workers and especially peasants to Soviet regime and eyewitness accounts of travel in occupied areas, typescript, Dec. 30, 1918-June 1919
Natsional'nyi TSentr (Kiev)
Kiev and Odessa, Nov. 1918-March 1919
Reports of special intelligence section "Azbuka" re political situation in Kiev and Odessa. Includes information re various parties: KHlebobory, Ukrainskaia Gromada, Sovet Gosudarstvennago Ob"edineniia, Natsional'nyi TSentr, Vserossiiskii Soiuz Zemel'nykh Sobstvennikov; relations of Volunteer Army with French Command, involves Gens. d'Anselme and Berthelot, Denikin, Grekov, Sannikov, Petliura, Grishin-Almazov; projected creation of regional Directory and National Army. Typescript and handwritten material, includes message on cloth, 1918-1919
Telephone and telegraph transcripts
Correspondence, SHul'gin, V.
(Group I, File 133)
Crimea, Kuban', Don, Terek, 1918-1919
Crimean and Kuban' territories occupied by Volunteer Army
Reports of special intelligence section "Azbuka" and Otdel Propagandy Osobago Soveshchaniia pri Glavnokomanduiushchem Vooruzhennymi silami na IUge Rossii (Ekaterinodar) re problems of civil administration; relations between Volunteer Army troops and civilian population; corruption within ranks of Volunteer army and administration; German troops in Crimea-Kuban' area; relations of Volunteer Army with Allies. Typescript and handwritten, 1918-1919
Vsevelikoe Voisko Donskoe
Krasnov, Ataman P.
(Group I, File 134)
Odessa, April-Dec. 1919
Reports of special intelligence section "Azbuka" re Odessa under occupation of Volunteer Army; Gen. A. Sannikov, relations of Volunteer Army with French; Vserossiiskii Natsional'nyi TSentr (Ekaterinodar); surrender of Odessa to Bolsheviks; Odessa under Bolshevik control; list of individuals executed by Odessa CHeka; mood of Ukrainian peasantry; Ataman Grigoriev; mood of workers in Odessa; condition, strength and disposition of Soviet troops; transcripts of Ioffe lecture "Mezhdunarodnoe polozhenie Sovetskoi vlasti" and KHmel'nitskii (Narkom IUstitsii) lecture re Soviet law
(Group I, File 135)
Foreign relations of Russian government, 1918-1919
Reports of special intelligence section "Azbuka" re Russian delegations in Balkans and Eastern Europe, typescript and handwritten material, 1918-1919
Fedorov, M., typescript copies
Maklakov, V., typescript copies
Struve, P., typescript copies
Vserossiiskii Natsional'nyi TSentr
(Group I, File 136)
Special intelligence section "Azbuka". Material related to its establishment and operation
German General Staff, Nachrichten-Bureau, Section M, R. Bauer to Predstavitel' Soveta Narodnykh Komissarov, Includes letter of Komissar I. Alekseev to Vysshii Voennyi Sovet, April 9, 1918, typescript copies with handwritten annotations March 3-Apr. 9, 1918.
Maklakov, V., typescript copies
Personnel, typescript and handwritten material Jan.-Nov. 1919,
Memoranda and declarations
Transcripts of telephone conversations
SHTAB GLAVNOKOMANDUIUSHCHAGO VOORUZHENNYMI SILAMI IUGA ROSSII (V.S.IU.R.), 1918-1922
(Group I, File 137, 138, 139, 140)
Day-orders of Commander-in-Chief, Lieut.-Gen. A. Denikin, printed copies, 1919
(Group I, File 141)
"Azbuka", reports of intelligence agents, typescript
Kiev, includes correspondence and documents of Ukrainian Foreign Ministry; composition and disposition of Red Army and German troops; correspondence with Donskoi Ataman Krasnov; transcripts of conversations between K. Rakovskii-G. CHicherin and K. Rakovskii-K. Radek (6), Aug. 1918-Dec. 1919
(Group I, File 142)
Inquest into treasonable and criminal activity of Adm. Sergeev, Commander of Caspian Flotilla. Includes formal accusation of Lieut.-Gen. Tolstov, Ataman of Cossack Army of the Urals; descriptions of Ural campaigns; corruption in military and civilian administration of Caspian region; relations with Allies, typescript and handwritten, May 31, 1922-Aug. 13, 1923
(Group I, File 143)
Rumania and Bessarabia, 1918
"Natsional'nyi TSentr" and "Soiuz Vozrozhdeniia Rossii", typescript
Bessarabia, typescript, n.d.
(Group I, File 144)
(Group I, File 145)
Ukraine, Peasant revolts against Soviet rule; Petliura and the Galician Army. Intelligence reports and newspaper clippings re various revolts, their cause and aims, the mood of the peasantry; eyewitness accounts of rebel leaders Zelenyi, CHaikovskii, Nestor Makhno, Makhno Sagaidachnyi, Angel, Kotsura, Shestak, Sokolovskii, Veselovskii, Ataman Grigoriev, Petliura, Simon. Revolts of German colonists. Miscellaneous material re Galician Army in Ukrainian and German. Typescript and handwritten 1919.
Commandement en Chef des Armées Alliées en Orient, reports
(Group I, File 146)
Military fronts, 1919
Nachal'nik Khar'kovskago Razvedyvatel'nago Punkta. Composition and strength of Soviet armed forces, includes diagrams and maps, ; KHar'kov; Volunteer Army and administration, their condition, relations with workers and peasants, the problem of propaganda and press, activities of opposition parties; Briansk front; Kursk-Orel-Tula-Voronezh front; disposition, strength and condition of Soviet armed forces, recruitment into Red Army, mood of urban and rural population; Mamontov raid and its effect on Soviet morale; Moscow, living conditions and mood of population. Handwritten and typescript material, Jan.-Nov. 1919 July-Oct.
Nachal'nik Razvedyvatel'nago Punkta Donskoi Oblasti, Novocherkassk. Political situation in Don region: monarchist groups, Ataman Krasnov, influence of Germans and Allies; disposition and strength of Soviet troops, Voronezh front; composition and training of Soviet troops; peasant uprisings against Soviet occupation and relation of various classes of peasants to Soviet power; situation in Taganrog. Typescript, June 1919
(Group I, File 147)
Intelligence reports, Razvedyvatl'noe Otdelenie SHtaba Glavnokomanduiushchago, Voenno-Agenturnyia Svodki. Includes letters from intelligence agents, eyewitness reports and newspaper clippings re: general situation in Soviet occupied territory, including reports and letters from Moscow; Bolshevik terror, typescript excerpt from Izvestiia, ; Red Army, organization and deployment; Caucasus, including Armenia and Georgia; "Latyshskie bol'sheviki v Rossii"; Ukraine, Natsional'nyi TSentr; German colonists, Volga region; Poland, Latvia and Byelorussia; Jewish role in the Revolution; information received from foreign missions (French and British); transmissions of Soviet radio news; Maritime Provinces and the Far East. Handwritten and typescript material, 1919 Oct. 1919
(Group I, File 148)
Intelligence reports, Razvedyvatel'noe Otdelenie SHtaba Glavnokomanduiushchago re Petliura and Ukrainian separatism. Includes reports of foreign missions and eyewitness accounts; composition and disposition of Petliura's army; Polish-Ukrainian negotiations; excerpts from Polish press; internal political situation in Ukraine; Odessa; Kiev; Rumania; Red Army, disposition in south; Galician troops, disposition and activity; miscellaneous Green organizations, typescript and handwritten, June-Dec. 1919
(Group I, File 149)
Reports of special intelligence section, "Azbuka" and Razvedyvatel'noe Otdelenie SHtaba Glavnokomanduiushchago. Political and military situation of "Directory"; Makhno; Vinnichenko-Petliura crisis; fall of Getman Skoropadskii, establishment of "Directory"; situation in Odessa; situation in KHar'kov; Vinnichenko-Petliura break, fall of Directory; Kiev under Bolshevik control; KHar'kov, Poltava province and Ekaterinoslav under Bolshevik control; Kiev, right-wing organizations; general political and military situation in the Ukraine, Azov-Dnepr Front. Typescript and handwritten material, Jan.-Feb. Dec. 1918-Jan. 1919
(Group I, File 150)
Intelligence reports, Razvedyvatel'noe Otdelenie SHtaba Glavnokomanduiushchago. Makhno; general situation in Odessa; military situation on Southern Front; Rostov-na-Donu; Bol'shoi Voiskovoi Krug, minutes of meetings, plans for future government; Taganrog, conditions among workers in factories; Bolshevik troops in TSaritsyn; Sevastopol'; Rostov; peasant uprisings; Bolshevik occupation of Lugansk region; disposition of troops; condition of Volunteer Army; monarchist organizations; German propaganda; relations with French and British. Typescript and handwritten material, Dec. 1918-March 1919
(Group I, File 151)
Reports of special intelligence section "Azbuka". Kiev under Hetman Skoropadsky; "Krymskoe kraevoe pravitel'stvo"; transcipts of Allied telegrams re German ships in Black Sea and occupation of German held Crimean territories by Allies, includes communication with Vice-Admiral Hopman; Sevastopol and the Allies; Kiev: internal politics, problem of separatism, rise of Petliura, Graf Keller, Russkii Natsional'nyi TSentr; Bolshevik plans for winter campaign, 1918; condition and disposition of Soviet troops; "Vserossiiskii Natsional'nyi TSentr o soveshchanii na Printsevykh Ostrovakh"; Bolshevik occupation of Kiev, organization and condition of Red Army, pogroms by Red Army; peasant uprisings, Makhno, Grigoriev, Zelenyi, their aims and composition; uprisings among German colonists; Bolshevik occupation of Odessa; contacts between Volunteer Army and Balkan nations; situation in Moscow; situation in Voronezh. Typescript and handwritten material, Nov. 1918-July 1919
Correspondence, typescript copies
(Group I, File 152)
Reports of special intelligence section "Azbuka". Situation in Sevastopol; transfer of German held Russian vessels to Allies,
includes Russian translations of German documents; transcripts of "Radio Osmanie" messages; evacuation of German troops and
transfer of Sevastopol to Allied and Russian Volunteer Army control; Partiia sotsialistov-revoliutsionerov, activities in
Secret report re occupation of Odessa by Volunteer Army; Bessarabia; Simferopol; transcripts of telephone and radio conversations between Volunteer Army and Crimean Regional Government, includes V. Stepanov, M. Vinaver, V. Nabokov, N. Astrov; Sevastopol under Allied occupation; situation in Turkestan; Bolshevik propaganda among Allied sailors in Sevastopol; fate of White naval officers after Bolshevik takeover of Sevastopol. Typescript and handwritten material, Sept. 22, 1918-June 20, 1919
Correspondence, typescript copies
Russkii Natsional'nyi Komitet v Parizhe
(Group I, File 153)
Siberia, Volga Region, Transcaucasia and Transcaspia, 1918-1919.
Volga region and Siberia
Vremennoe Sibirskoe Pravitel'stvo. Documents under signature of P. Vologodskii, I. Mikhailov, G. Patushinskii and M. Shatilov, typescript copies
Vserossiiskoe Vremennoe Pravitel'stvo (Ufa)
General, typescript copies
Reports, typescript copies
Transcaucasia and Transcaspia
Reports, typescript copies
(Group I, File 154)
Tersko-Dagestanskii Krai. Nachal'nik Kontr-Razvedyvatel'nago Otdeleniia pri shtabe Glavnonachal'stvuiushchago i Komanduiushchago voiskami Tersko-Dagestanskago Kraia (Piatigorsk), 1919
Kavkakazskii Kommunisticheskii Komitet (KKK)
Kavkazskii Kommunisticheskii Komitet (KKK)
(Group I, File 155)
Day-orders of the Commander-in-Chief of the Armies of South Russia, Lieut.-Gen. A. Denikin and Baron P. Vrangel', printed copies. Includes material re civil government in occupied territories Aug. 3, 1919-Sept. 16, 1920,
Leaflets, printed copies
Pamphlets, printed copies
(Group I, File 156, 157)
Day-orders of Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of South Russia, Lieut.-Gen. A. Denikin, printed copies
General, Includes material re civil and judicial administration 1919.
(Group I, File 158)
Polish Front. Also includes information re Lithuania, Byelorussia, Ukraine, Rumania and relationship of Poland to Allied Missions
Intelligence reports, handwritten and typescript, July-Dec. 23, 1919
Clippings, (See Box 37) 1919
General. Includes transcripts and translations of articles, July-Aug.
Ekho, Warsaw, July 22
Journal des débats, Aug. 6
Komuna, Odessa, July 5
Krymskii Vestnik, Aug. 28
Kurier Warszawski, Aug. 9
Rodina, KHar'kov, July 15-Sept. 11
Svobodnaia Rech', Rostov-na-Donu, Oct. 5
Svobodnoe Slovo, Warsaw, July 13
Taganrogskii Vestnik, Aug. 28
Varshavskaia Rech', Aug. 30, 31, n.d.
ZHizn', Rostov-na-Donu, Aug. 2, Oct. 6
(Group I, File 159)
Author unknown polozhenii Sovetskoi Rossii", typescript, n.d.
Composition of Red Armies opposing anti-Soviet forces, typescript
(Group I, File 160)
Typescript reports, 1919
(Group I, File 161)
(Group I, File 162)
Politicheskaia Kantseliariia, General'nyi SHtab, reports
"Politicheskii Obzor Oblastei IUga, IUga-Vostoka Rossii i Zakavkaz'ia", typescript, 1919
Razvedyvatel'noe Otdelenie SHtaba, intelligence reports, 1919
Nachal'nik Osobago Otdela Kantseliarii General-Gubernatora Ekaterinoslavskoi gub. Intelligence reports re military, political and economic situation in Soviet-occupied territory. Includes eyewitness accounts of agents; transcripts of intercepted Soviet military telegrams, including telegrams to V. Lenin and L. Trotsky and material re relations of Makhno with Soviet authorities; accounts of local administration and work of CHeka under Soviet occupation, typescript, June 1919
(Group I, File 163)
Osvedomitel'noe Biuro pri predsedatele Osobago Soveshchaniia po CHasti Informatsionnoi, (OSVAG)
(Group I, File 164)
(Group I, File 165)
(Group I, File 166)
"Makhnovshchina" and other peasant insurrections in South Russia, 1919
Otdel Propagandy, weekly summaries
(Group I, File 167)
Special intelligence section "Azbuka", reports and correspondence of central office with subordinate branches and organizations, 1918-1919
Reports, intelligence agents
General. Includes information re Kuban', Siberia, Novorossiisk; Taman Peninsula ; political situation of Volunteer Army; Natsional'nyi TSentr, its role and financing; Menshevik and Socialist revolutionary policy toward Bolsheviks; political and economic conditions in Moscow, typescript, Sept. 1918-July 1919 (Sept. 1918)
Sazonov, S. to Stanislav Al'fonsovich surname unknown, typescript copy, Oct. 29, 1918
Partiia Narodnoi Svobody (Kadet)
(Group I, File 168)
Miller, Lieut.-Gen. E.
(Group I, File 169)
(Group I, File 170)
Intelligence reports, Razvedyvatel'noe Otdelenie SHtaba Glavnokomanduiushchago. Includes information re Crimea, Caucasus, Transcaucasia, Ukraine, Poland; Soviet Union: economic situation, attitude of peasants to Soviet authorities, development of Soviet propaganda; transcripts of Soviet radio broadcasts re military situation; strength and disposition of Soviet troops, condition of Red Army; condition of Petliura troops, typescript, 1919
(Group I, File 180)
Intelligence reports, Rumania and Bessarabia
General. Includes material of "Azbuka", Razvedyvatel'noe Otdelenie SHtaba Glavnokomanduiushchago V.S.IU.R., Otdel Propagandy Osobago Soveshchaniia, letters and reports of individual agents. Mostly re Russo-Rumanian conflict in Bessarabia; relationship of Allies to Rumanian policies; recruitment of military personnel for Volunteer Army in Rumania, typescript and handwritten, April 1919
(Group I, File 181)
Lists of Military Forces
General. British activity in South Russia, the Caucasus and Trancaucasia; copies of miscellaneous material from the office of the Angliiskaia Voennaia Missiia, IUzhnaia Rossiia made by Razvedyvatel'noe Otdelenie SHtaba, includes telegrams and transcripts of telegraph messages between British military personnel stationed on territory of Volunteer Army and British headquarters in Constantinople, typescript and handwritten, Feb.-July 1919
(Group I, File 182)
Armies of the North-West
General. Includes reports of Russian Military Agents in Denmark and Great Britain, especially re activity of Allied Intervention Forces, eyewitness accounts of military an political situation, transcripts of telegrams to Omsk, typescript and handwritten, May-Nov. 1919
(Group I, File 183)
South Russian and Ukrainian Front
Reports of Razvedyvatel'noe Otdelenie SHtaba Glavnokomanduiushchago, "Azbuka" and other intelligence sources including eyewitness accounts of agents, re political and military situation in Ukraine and South Russia under the Directory and Soviet occupation (KHar'kov, Kiev, Odessa and Crimea); attitude of various population sectors to Soviet rule; relations with Allied Command and numbers and activity of Allied troops; includes transcripts of radiograms and telegrams, typescript and handwritten, Dec. 1918-Oct. 1919
(Group I, File 184)
South Russian and Ukrainian Front
Reports of Razvedyvatel'noe Otdelenie SHtaba Glavnokomanduiushchago and other intelligence sources including eyewitness accounts of agents, re political and military situation in Ukraine and South Russia under Soviet occupation (KHar'kov, Poltava, Kiev, Odessa); Soviet regime in occuppied territories and attitude of various sectors of population to Soviet rule; strength and disposition of troops; transcripts of radiograms and telegrams, copies of Ukrainian Soviet government documents, typescript and handwritten, Jan.-Aug. 1919