Correspondence, reports, communiques, and printed matter, relating to White Russian military activities in northern Russia
during the Russian Revolution, and to White Russian liaison with the British War Office. Consists mainly of records of the
White Russian special military mission to Great Britain from 1919 to 1920. Includes some papers of Boris V. Gerua, head of
The Spetsial'naia Voennaia Missiia Shtaba Verhkovnago Glavnokomanduiushchago v Londone (Special Military Mission of the Staff
of the Supreme Commander-in-Chief in London) was established in 1919 by Gen. Nikolai IUdenich under the direction Major-Gen.
Boris Gerua (Heroys). The purpose of the mission was to obtain from the British government financial support,supplies, transportation
and equipment for Russian troops joining the Army of the North-West. The mission was dissolved in 1920.
11 manuscript boxes
(4.4 Linear Feet)
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