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Preliminary Inventory of the Pavel Aleksandrovich Bazarov Papers, 1904-1906
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Box 1., Folder 1

Clippings from newspapers


Foreign military agents attached to the Russian Army

Folder 2

Awards, Recommendations for

Folder 3

Information received from

Folder 4

Instructions for

Folder 5

Reports regarding their assignments

Folder 6

Those remaining in Mukden after the retreat

Folder 7

Those stationed in Vladivostok

Folder 8

Japanese Army, Information on (gathered by the Russian military forces)


Kuropatkin, Aleksei N.

Folder 9

"Telegrama Ego Imperatorskomu Velichestvu ot General-Ad'iutanta Kuropatkina Ot 29 Avgusta 1904 goda No. 8719" (Telegram to His Imperial Highness From Adjutant General Kuropatkin On August 29, 1904, No. 8719)

Folder 10

Time schedule, 1904 January - 1905 February

Folder 11

Manchurian Army, instructions and orders

Folder 12

Maps and diagrams of combat areas and surrounding regions

Folder 13

Mylov, S., "Iz Opyta Tekushchei Voiny" (From the Experience of the Ongoing War), n.d.

Folder 14

Russian naval operations

Folder 15

Stessel', Adjutant General, "Glavneishie Prakticheskie Vyvody Iz Boevogo Opyta Na Kvantunskom Poluostove Otnositel'no Deistvii Voisk Protiv Iapontsev" (The Most Important Conclusions From the Combat Experience On the Kvantunsk Peninsula Regarding the Military Operations Against the Japanese), 1904 August 20

Folder 16

Strategic plans against the Japanese

Folder 17

Tsikhovich, Lieutenant-Colonel, "Kratkoe Opisanie Predstoiashchikh Deistvii" (Brief Description of Forthcoming Operations), December 22, 1904