Register of the Russia. Voenno-morskoĭ agent (Germany) records

Finding aid prepared by Ronald Bulatoff
Hoover Institution Library and Archives
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Stanford University
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Title: Russia Voenno-morskoĭ agent (Germany) records
Date (inclusive): 1873-1912
Collection Number: 30013
Contributing Institution: Hoover Institution Library and Archives
Language of Material: In Russian and German
Physical Description: 4 manuscript boxes (1.7 Linear Feet)
Abstract: Correspondence, reports, orders, and printed matter, relating to Russian-German naval relations, and to Russian purchases of ships, ordnance, and naval equipment from German firms.


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Acquisition Information

Acquired by the Hoover Institution Library & Archives in 1930.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Russia Voenno-morskoĭ agent (Germany) Records, [Box no., Folder no. or title], Hoover Institution Library & Archives.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Military attachés
Germany -- Military relations -- Russia
Russia -- Military relations -- Germany
Russia. Voennyĭ flot

box 1

Danish Marine Ministry, correspondence with 1875-78


Asbestos inquiry 1879-1882


Russian Marine Ministry, information from the German War Office on 1879-1880


St. Petersburg Marine Ministry, correspondence with, regarding personal affairs 1879-1880


Torpedos, information on 1873, 1876, 1882


Marine Ministry, correspondence with, and negotiations of the Naval Attache with foreign firms


Ijora Works, correspondence and negotiations with the Marine Ministry and the Naval Attache 1880-81


Schwarzkopf and the Naxos Union Works, correspondence with 1880-81


Chemnitz Works, correspondence with 1879-1880, 1882


Artillery orders 1872-73, 1875-76, 1880


Nordman's, engineer, invention 1881


Hydrographics orders 1880-82


Krupp's guns tests, photographs 1879


Boiler orders at the Ludv. Loewe Works, Berlin 1876


Diving-bell orders at Bernhard Loeb, Berlin 1877


Steam torpedo sloops orders at Schicken, Elbing 1877


Pyroxiline mill in Russia, correspondence regarding the establishment of a 1879


Whitehead torpedo parts from Fiume 1877


Factory machinery at Kolpino 1878


Machine tools purchase 1877


Godffroys Sohn Works, Hamburg, correspondence with, concerning steam boilers 1879


Egels Works, Berlin, correspondence with 1879-1880


Max Hosse Works, Berlin, correspondence with 1880


Krupp Works, Essen, orders 1880


Rontchevsky's, Lieutenant, errand 1880


German Admiralty, correspondence with 1880


Hague, correspondence concerning 1879-1882


Copenhagen, correspondence concerning 1879-1882


Liverpool orders 1882

box 2

"Voejevoda" and "Possadnik" destroyers, construction of, at the Schichau Works, Elbing 1891-92


Poustchin, naval engineer, reports of


Pastuhoff, naval engineer, reports of 1891-92


Schichau Works, Elbing, correspondence with, regarding the construction of the cruisers "Kassarsky", "Vojevoda" and "Possadnik" 1890-92


Werf Conrad shipyard, Haarlem, correspondence with, regarding the construction of barges 1891-92


Poretchin, engineer, from Rotterdam, reports of 1892


Hope and Company, Amsterdam, correspondence with 1891-92


Voith, I. M., Maschinenfabrik, Heidenheim 1892


"Bug" and "Dunaj" transports, tests of 1891-92


German Admiralty, correspondence regarding the orders of








Admiralty abroad, correspondence with individuals and offices in Russia regarding the orders of the 1891-92


St. Petersburg Admiralty, correspondence with 1898

box 3

St. Petersburg Admiralty, correspondence with 1898


Russian shipbuilding and navigation reviews 1911-12


Marine Minister Order 1864


Supplementary Convention to the Treaty of Commerce and Navigation between Germany and Russia, dated July 15, 1904 January 27, 1894,


Russian Merchant Fleet, register for


September 1, 1903


September 1, 1904


German and foreign navies handbook 1902



box 4

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