Register of the Sergei Nikolaevich Pototskii Papers, 1930-1946

Prepared by Andrew Sorokowski
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Register of the Sergei Nikolaevich Pototskii Papers, 1930-1946

Hoover Institution Archives

Stanford University

Stanford, California

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  • Hoover Institution Archives
  • Stanford University
  • Stanford, California 94305-6010
  • Phone: (650) 723-3563
  • Fax: (650) 725-3445
  • Email: archives@hoover.stanford.edu
Prepared by:
Andrew Sorokowski
Date Completed:
February 1976
© 2000 Hoover Institution Archives. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Sergei Nikolaevich Pototskii Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1930-1946
Collection number: 47015
Creator: Pototskii, Sergei Nikolaevich
Collection Size: 40 manuscript boxes, 2 card file boxes, 1 envelope ((16.4 linear feet)
Repository: Hoover Institution Archives
Stanford, California 94305-6010
Abstract: Correspondence, telegrams, reports, protocols, lists, orders, circulars, accounts, and receipts, card file, and photographs, relating to Russian Imperial military agencies in Copenhagen and Berlin, the Russian Imperial Passport Control Office in Copenhagen, the Russian prisoner-of-war and refugee camp at Horserod, the Russian Red Cross, military benevolent emigre organizations and activities, and Russian participation in World War I and the Russian Civil War.
Physical Location: Hoover Institution Archives
Language: Russian.

Administrative Information

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Acquisition Information

Materials were acquired by the Hoover Institution Archives in 1947

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Access Points

Rossiiskoe obshchestvo Krasnago kresta.
Russia. Armiia--Officers.
Prisoners of war.
Russians in foreign countries.
World War, 1914-1918.
World War, 1914-1918--Prisoners and prisons.
World War, 1914-1918--Refugees.
World War, 1914-1918--Russia.
Denmark.
Denmark--Foreign relations--Russia.
Russia.
Soviet Union.
Russia--Foreign relations--Denmark.
Soviet Union--History--Revolution, 1917-1921.
Soviet Union--History--Revolution, 1917-1921--Refugees.
Military attaches.

Biographical Note

1877, September 13

(Old Style)
Born, St. Petersburg, Russia
1896, August 12 appointed officer, Russian Imperial Army
1896-1921 served in Life Guards, as company and battalion commander, on Staff of Moscow Military District, and on Main Directorate of the General Staff; received Order of St. Vladimir, Third Degree
1911, December 6 promoted to Colonel
1914 appointed acting Military Attache, Denmark
1916 appointed Military Attache, Denmark
1917, September promoted to Major-General
1921 elected to Board of Directors of the Mutual Assistance Association of Russian Officers in Denmark
1922 elected Treasurer of the Mutual Assistance Association of Russian Officers in Denmark
1923, January appointed Delegate of the Russian Red Cross (old organization) in Denmark
1923, October 22 elected to Board of Directors of the Russian Society, Copenhagen
1927, February 18 elected President of the Copenhagen Section of the Association of Russian War Invalids
1927, July joined Copenhagen Charity Fund Committee in Honor of the 80th Birthday of H.I.H. Empress Maria Feodorovna
1929 elected President of the Mutual Assistance Association of Russian Officers in Denmark

Series Description

 

OFFICE FILE OF THE RUSSIAN IMPERIAL MILITARY ATTACHÉ, COPENHAGEN, 1903-1944.

Physical Description: Boxes 1-14

Scope and Content Note

Accounts and receipts, correspondence, bulletin Ostinformation (1920), press analyses, press information, and reports, arranged by type of document.
 

OFFICE FILE OF THE RUSSIAN IMPERIAL MILITARY ATTACHÉ, BERLIN, 1906-1922.

Physical Description: Boxes 15-19

Scope and Content Note

Accounts and receipts, reports, and accounts of the Russian Delegation for Affairs of Prisoners-of-War and Refugees in Germany, arranged by type of document.
 

OFFICE FILE OF THE GENERAL MILITARY ASSOCIATION, PARIS, 1919-1939.

Physical Description: Box 19

Scope and Content Note

Circulars, correspondence, financial statements, bulletins, orders, protocols, reports, miscellany, in chronological order.
 

OFFICE FILE OF THE ASSOCIATION OF RUSSIAN INVALIDS, 1922-1943.

Physical Description: Boxes 20-21

Scope and Content Note

Accounts, receipts and correspondence, in chronological order.
 

OFFICE FILE OF THE MUTUAL ASSISTANCE ASSOCIATION OF RUSSIAN OFFICERS IN DENMARK, 1921-1941.

Physical Description: Boxes 21-22

Scope and Content Note

Accounts and receipts, applications, correspondence, forms, attendance lists, protocols, and other material, arranged by type of document.
 

OFFICE FILE OF THE COMMITTEE FOR THE COLLECTION OF A CHARITY FUND IN HONOR OF THE 80th BIRTHDAY OF HER IMPERIAL HIGHNESS EMPRESS MARIA FEODOROVNA, 1927-1929.

Physical Description: Boxes 22-25

Scope and Content Note

Accounts and receipts, circular letters, correspondence, lists of donors, lists of petitions for aid, newspaper issues, protocols, arranged by type of document.
 

OFFICE FILE OF THE RUSSIAN PRISONER-OF-WAR CAMP AT HORSERØD DENMARK, 1917-1920.

Physical Description: Boxes 26-28

Scope and Content Note

Accounts and receipts, correspondence, lists of donors, orders, arranged by type of document.
 

OFFICE FILE OF THE RUSSIAN IMPERIAL PASSPORT CONTROL OFFICE, COPENHAGEN, 1917-1920.

Physical Description: Boxes 28-33

Scope and Content Note

Accounts and receipts, correspondence, reports, and card file.
 

OFFICE FILE OF THE RUSSIAN RED CROSS IN DENMARK, 1919-1946.

Physical Description: Boxes 34-35

Scope and Content Note

Accounts and receipts and correspondence in chronological order.
 

SUBJECT FILE, 1915-1946.

Physical Description: Boxes 35-39

Scope and Content Note

Accounts and receipts, charts, circulars, clippings, correspondence, declarations, lists, protocols, reports, and other materials, arranged alphabetically by subject.
 

CORRESPONDENCE, 1903-1946.

Physical Description: Box 40

Scope and Content Note

Arranged by subseries (letters sent and letters received) and thereunder alphabetically by last name of correspondent.
 

AUDIO-VISUAL FILE.

Scope and Content Note

See photo file.

Container List

 

OFFICE FILE OF THE RUSSIAN IMPERIAL MILITARY ATTACHÉ, COPEHHAGEN, 1903-1947

Box: 1

Accounts and Receipts

 

Accounts

 

1914-1917

 

1914-1919

 

1917-1920

 

1918-1922

Box: 2

1919

 

November, 1919

 

December, 1919

 

January, 1920

 

February, 1920

 

March, 1920

 

April, 1920

 

1920

Box: 3

Bank Statements, 1921-1924

 

Checks, 1921

 

Invoices

 

Receipts, 1926-1940

 

Vouchers

 

1918

 

1919

 

Miscellaneous

 

General Correspondence

 

1903-1917

Box: 4

1918-1919

 

1919-1920

 

1919-1927

 

1919-1937

Box: 5

Letters received

 

1915-1916

 

1916-1917

 

1916-1929

 

1917-1918

 

1918-1919

Box: 6

1919

 

1920

 

1926-1930

 

1927-1942

 

1930-1943

 

1933-1941

Box: 7

Letters sent

 

1915

 

1917

Box: 8

1917-1918

 

1925-1928

 

1928-1931

 

1931

Box: 9

1932-1937

 

1934

 

1938-1944

 

Telegrams

 

Incoming

 

1916-1917

Box: 10

1916-1918

 

Outgoing, 1919-1920

 

Miscellaneous telegrams

 

Miscellaneous correspondence

 

Ostinformation (Bulletin) (formerly Russischer Bericht, No. 18-26), 1920

 

No. 18-26

 

No. 27-36

 

No. 37-44

Box: 11

No. 46-58

 

No. 62-77

 

Press Analyses

 

Press Information, 1919-1920

Box: 12

Registers, military

 

Officer's ranks, 1917-1922

 

Servicemen, 1920

 

Reports, economic, military and political

 

1917 (Bulgarian army)

 

1917 (German infantry)

 

1917 (Military charts)

 

1917-1918 (Military reports)

 

1918 (Economic and military reports)

Box: 13

1919-1920 (Military and political reports)

 

1920 (Military and political reports)

Box: 14

1921 (Various)

 

Clippings and telegrams from Vestnik, 1917

 

Newspaper issues, brochures, clippings, printed material

 

Announcements

 

OFFICE FILE OF THE RUSSIAN IMPERIAL MILITARY ATTACHÉ, BERLIN, 1906-1922

Box: 15

Accounts and receipts

 

Accounts

 

September 1921

 

October 1921

 

November 1921

 

December 1921

 

January 1922

 

February 1922

 

Receipts, 1918

Box: 16

Reports, military-political and military-historical, 1906-1914

 

America, South

 

Austria-Hungary

 

Belgium and Holland

 

Bulgaria

 

Denmark

 

England

 

France

 

Germany

 

Italy

 

Japan and China

 

Revolutionaries, Arms for

 

Romania

 

Socialism

 

Sweden and Norway

 

Switzerland

 

Turkey and Afghanistan

 

Publication, entitled Die Entwickelung der Sozial-Demokratie und ihr Einfluss auf das Deutsche Heer

 

Russian Delegation for Affairs of Prisoners-of-War and Refugees in Germany, Accounts and Receipts

 

May, 1920

 

Sums received from the Northwest Army

 

Sums received from the Paris military representation

 

June, 1920

 

Sums received from the Northwest Army

 

Sums received from the Paris military representation

Box: 17

July, 1920

 

Sums received from the Northwest Army

 

Sums received from the Volunteer Army

 

August, 1920

 

September, 1920

 

October, 1920

Box: 18

November, 1920

 

December, 1920

 

January, 1921

 

February, 1921

 

March, 1921

Box: 19

April, 1921

 

May, 1921

 

June, 1921

 

July, 1921

 

August, 1921

 

OFFICE FILE OF THE GENERAL MILITARY ASSOCIATION, 1919-1939

Box: 19

Circulars, 1925-1939

 

Correspondence, 1928-1937

 

Financial Statements, 1935-1936

 

Information Bulletins, 1930-1937

 

Orders, 1919-1939

 

Plan and Constitution

 

Protocols, 1936-1937

 

Reports, 1926-1928

 

Miscellaneous

 

OFFICE FILE OF THE ASSOCIATION OF RUSSIAN INVALIDS, 1922-1943

Box: 20

Accounts, receipts and letters, 1923-1924

 

Correspondence

 

General

 

1922-1931

 

1931-1943

 

Letters sent, 1927-1928

Box: 21

Vouchers, 1929-1943

 

OFFICE FILE OF THE MUTUAL ASSISTANCE ASSOCIATION OF RUSSIAN OFFICERS IN DENMARK, 1921-1941

Box: 21

Accounts and receipts, 1921-1938

 

Annual financial reports, 1921-1930

 

Ledger, 1921-1926

 

Vouchers, 1928-1938

 

Applications for entering the Association

 

Correspondence, 1921-1940

 

1921-1935, Letters received

 

1921-1937, Letters sent

 

1924-1940 (Post-telegrams)

Box: 22

Enquiry forms

 

Lists of attendance and voting, general meetings

 

Loan, grant-in-aid and collection records

 

Protocols

 

Directors' meetings, 1921-1925

 

Directors' meetings, 1925-1938

 

General meetings, 1921-1924

 

General meetings, 1925-1940

 

Various, 1921-1941

 

OFFICE FILE OF THE COMMITTEE FOR THE COLLECTION OF A CHARITY FUND IN HONOR OF THE 80TH BIRTHDAY OF HER IMPERIAL HIGHNESS EMPRESS MARIA FEODOROVNA, 1927-1929

Box: 22

Accounts and Receipts

 

Account book, 1927-1928

Box: 23

Bank receipts, 1928

 

General financial chart

 

Postal receipt book, 1928-1929

 

Miscellaneous

 

Circular Letters

 

Correspondence, 1927-1929

 

Alphabetical file

 

A-L

Box: 24

M-Z

 

Chronological file

 

1927

 

1928

 

1929

 

Undated

Box: 25

Miscellaneous correspondence

 

Lists of Donors

 

Lists of Petitions for Aid

 

Chronological file, February-November, 1928

 

Geographical file

 

Newspaper Issues

 

Protocols

 

Committee sessions, 1927 (fund collection)

 

Committee sessions, 1928 (fund distribution)

 

OFFICE FILE OF THE RUSSIAN PRISONER-OF-WAR CAMP AT HORSERØD, DENMARK, 1917-1920

Box: 26

Accounts and Receipts

 

General accounts

 

General chronological file, 1917

 

Bank account

 

Bicycles, funds for

 

Church, building of

 

Evacuation

Box: 27

Funerals, funds for

 

Journal of finances, Delegation of the War Ministry, Horserød

 

Ledger, Treasury of War Ministry for Internee Affairs, Horserød

 

Matériel, funds for

 

Military agent, funds from

 

Prosthetic appliances, funds for

 

Correspondence, 1917-1919

 

General, 1917-1919

Box: 28

Financial, 1918-1919

 

Orders (Drafts)

 

Miscellany

 

OFFICE FILE OF THE RUSSIAN IMPERIAL PASSPORT CONTROL OFFICE, COPENHAGEN, 1917-1920

Box: 28

Accounts and Receipts, 1917-1920

 

1917-1919

 

1919-1920

 

Correspondence, 1917-1920

 

1917-1919

 

1919

 

1919-1920

 

Reports

 

Baum, Leo and MOSKET (Moscow Aid Committee for Prisoners-of-War)

 

Germany

 

Bolsheviks and

 

Persons traveling to

 

Intelligence reports

 

Letters intercepted, etc.

 

Loevskii, A. K., affair

 

Ukrainian mission in Copenhagen

Boxes: 29-33

Card file

 

OFFICE FILE OF THE RUSSIAN RED CROSS IN DENMARK, 1919-1946

Box: 34

Accounts and Receipts

 

Accounts, 1923-1932

 

Accounts, 1933-1943; accounts of the Association of Russian Military Invalids, 1933-1938

 

Receipts, vouchers, etc., 1929-1942

 

Correspondence, 1919-1946

 

Letters received

 

1919-1925

 

1925-1946

 

Letters sent

 

1919-1922

 

1923-1924

 

1925-1926

Box: 35

1936

 

1937-1944

 

SUBJECT FILE, 1915-1946

Box: 35

Berlin, Russian military organizations in

 

Comintern

 

Courts of honor, military

 

Escapees from German capativity, correspondence and lists

 

Evacuation of soldiers, Northern Front

 

Hornbaek, monument at

 

Committee for

 

Correspondence regarding

 

Lists of donors

 

List of soldiers deceased

 

Various

Box: 36

Horserød, internees at

 

International Anti-Communist League (International League against the Third International)

 

Inventions, correspondence regarding

 

League of Nations, report of Hanson before, May 11, 1937

 

Military schools, Paris

 

Naval officers, Russian

 

Correspondence, 1927-1931

Box: 37

Correspondence, 1931-1940

 

Nikolai Nikolaevich, Grand Duke

 

Declarations

 

Fund committee

 

Northwest Army

 

Officers, Russian

 

General, 1919-1926

 

Correspondence, 1918-1919

Box: 38

Correspondence, 1918-1941

 

Officers' Associations, Council of United Russian, Belgrade

 

General

 

Correspondence

 

Personnel, Military Agency, Copenhagen

 

Prisoners-of-war and refugees

 

Inquiries of captive officers

 

Miscellany

 

Refugees, Russian

 

Inquiries concerning

 

Visas for

 

Russian Charity Association, Labor Division

 

Accounts, receipts, vouchers, etc., 1925-1934

 

Cash-book, 1925-1929

 

Cash-book, 1930-1937

 

Russian Society, Copenhagen

 

Accounts and receipts

 

Annual accounts, 1920-1928

 

Ledger and address book, 1919-1926

Box: 39

Guest book, 1925-1929

 

Protocols of meetings, 1919-1924

 

Various

 

Schleswig, Russian graves in

 

U.S.S.R. trade delegation to Denmark

 

Wrangel, General Petr' Nikolaevich, Declaration of Young Men's Christian Association, correspondence, 1918-1920

 

CORRESPONDENCE, 1921-1946

Box: 40

Letters received

 

Adamovich, Ivan N.

 

Al'tenburgskaia, Princess Elena G.

 

Arkhangel'skii, General A.P.

 

Ballovut, L.

 

Bane, Karl

 

Banner-Fogt, Colonel Oleg G.

 

Bazarevich, Vladimir I.

 

Bezobrazov, Lieutenant-Colonel Mikhail V.

 

Brunner, Colonel Nikolai N.

 

Cadet Corps, First Russian, Director

 

Dekhterev, A.

 

Des Fontaines, Edward E.

 

Elchaninov, V.

 

Elizarov, V.

 

Evgeniev, M.

 

Fogel', Major-General Nikolai F.

 

Friends of National Russia, Society of

 

Gedroits, Prince Nikolai Ts.

 

Ger, N.

 

Gokkane, Aleksandra N.

 

Goncharenko, Major General Iurii I.

 

Grabar, Andrei

 

Grabar, Petr'

 

Gravesen, N. S.

 

Grigor'ev, Colonel Artemii F.

 

Guchkov, A. I.

 

Gunco, Anna

 

Héroys, Boris V.

 

Ianchshevskii, Grigorii E.

 

Iankov, P.

 

Iankova, V.

 

Inquiry Office, Main, Constantinople

 

Invalids, Association of Russian War, Kingdom of Yugoslavia

 

Ioann (monk)

 

Iskoldoff, Eugen

 

Kamenev, M.

 

Karrik, Valerii V.

 

Kolchev, Father Leonid

 

Korval' (Corval), Iurii Peze de

 

Kostevich (Kostevitch), M.M.

 

Kotliarevskii, Aleksandr

 

Kotliarevskii, Petri A.

 

Kovalevskaia, E.

 

Krylov, Staff Captain Boris P.

 

Lampe, Major General Aleksei A. von

 

Lekhovich, Lieutenant General V.

 

Lieven, Prince Anatole

 

Linder, Kitty

 

Lodyzhenskii, Iurii I.

 

Loevskii, A. K.

 

Marfo-Mariinskoe Chapel, Berlin

 

Mecklenburg, Georgii, Duke of

 

Miller, General Evgenii K.

 

Nansen International Office for Refugees, President

 

Nikol'skii, Major General Vladimir P.

 

Paleologue, Sergei N. (Commissar General for the organization of Russian refugees in the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes)

 

Panasenko, Sava (Panassenko, Sawa)

 

Pliutsinskii, Colonel Boris A.

 

Popovskii, Colonel (first name unknown)

 

Prokofiev, Nikolai N.

 

Pylkin, V.

 

Rubets, Father Aleksandr

 

Sablin (Sabline), E.

 

Saburov, Vladimir

 

Sadovskii, P.

 

Shal'burg, Lieutenant Konstantin F.

 

Shenk, Colonel Vladimir K.

 

Shtrandtmann, Vasilii N.

 

Shtubendorf, Major General Aleksei O.

 

Shuvalova, A.

 

Siial'skii, Colonel Vladimir P.

 

Smirnov, S.

 

Suvinskii, B.

 

Tranze, Aleksandr A. von

 

Tsvetkov, N.

 

Tyrin, Andrei S.

 

Vasko, Grigorii

 

Voronkova, Ol'ga

 

Zaitsev, Arsenii A.

 

Zinkevich, M.

 

Miscellaneous

 

Letters sent

 

Ekk, E. V.

 

Military Agent in the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes

 

Nielsen, General (first name unknown)

 

Scavenius, Harald

 

Shtrandtman, Vasilii N.

 

Uget, Sergei A.