Correspondence, printed matter, and photographs, relating to Russian military activities during World War I, White Russian military activities during the Russian Civil War, and especially to Russian émigré affairs in the interwar period and after. Includes obituaries of Petr Vrangel' and letters of condolence following his death. Also available on microfilm (10 reels).
Correspondence, writings, and reports, relating to Russian efforts in World War I, the Russian Revolution and Civil War, and anti-Bolshevik movements. Includes letters and reports to Generals Vrangel' and Denikin. Also available on microfilm (1 reel).
Reports, orders, correspondence, memoranda, dispatches, financial records, minutes, printed matter, maps, and photographs, relating to Russian military operations in France during World War I; White Russian diplomatic activities and military operations, especially in southern Russia, during the Russian Revolution and Civil War, including military purchasing and intelligence operations; administration of territory under White Russian control during the Civil War; the evacuation of White Russian military personnel and civilians from the Crimea in 1920; and the resettlement of Russian refugees in Turkey and various European countries. Includes records of the Russian Expeditionary Corps in France, the Volunteer Army, the Armed Forces of Southern Russia, the Northwestern Army, the Foreign Supply Directorate, military representatives in foreign countries and attached to the Allied Supreme Command, and the Russian Army in exile, and some personal papers of Baron Petr Vrangel', commander-in-chief successively of the Armed Forces of Southern Russia and Russian Army. Also available on microfilm (222 reels).
Correspondence, reports, telegrams, orders, circulars, proclamations, lists, maps, and charts, relating to the General Headquarters of the Volunteer Army of the Armed Forces in South Russia; to the Caucasian, Crimean, and other campaigns of the Civil War; to the evacuation and resettlement of General Vrangel''s army; and to Russian émigré military and political life in Europe.
Letter to Baron Petr Vrangel', White Russian military commander, 1920, relating to White Russian military activities; and translation of the testimony of B. Savinkov at his trial for counterrevolutionary activities, 1924. Also available on microfilm (1 reel).