Relates to conditions in the Archangel area, and to American military operations in that area, during the Russian Civil War. Includes a printed article by F. J. Funk relating to his experiences in North Russia.
Study, entitled "Rescuing the Czar," relating to the publication in 1920 of a fabricated account by William Rutledge McGarry and Georgiĭ Sergeevich Romanovskiĭ, purporting to describe the secret rescue of Tsar Nicholas II and his family from captivity; and study, entitled "Cause Celebre," relating to the desertion in 1919 of Private Anton Karachun from the American Expeditionary Forces in Siberia and his subsequent court-martial.
Relates to military training in the United States Army and military operations of the 91st Infantry Division in France and Belgium during World War I. Letters sent to Ephraim Douglass Adams, father of S. F. Adams, and other family members.
Excerpts from letters from F. W. Bugbee to his wife, 1919-1920, and a letter from General William S. Graves to F. W. Bugbee, 1921, relating to American intervention and the Russian Civil War in Siberia.
Reports, memoranda, interrogation transcripts, letters, and photographs, relating to the internment of Japanese Americans at Tule Lake during World War II. Includes a history by J. D. Cook of activities of the United States 316th Engineer Regiment in France and Belgium during World War I.
Relates to the organization of supply for the American Expeditionary Forces in France, to American defense policy between the two world wars, and to right-wing political movements in the United States, 1938-1944.
Illustrates front-line positions held by the 1st Division, and battlefield maneuvers and other troop movements made by the 1st Division, in France, 1917-1919, and positions held and maneuvers made by German military units opposing the 1st Division, 1917-1918.
Outline of American World War I military participation, 1926, and guide for indexing American World War I records, 1930, both prepared by the Army War College, Historical Section; and copies of miscellaneous orders, reports, and memoranda of the American Expeditionary Forces in France, 1917-1918, collected by the Army War College, Historical Section.
Minutes, correspondence, and resolutions relating to veterans' activities in Berkeley. Includes letters, clippings, other printed matter, photographs, and postcards, 1917-1949, relating to activities of the 91st Infantry Division in France during World War I and to subsequent activities of the Northern California Sector of the 91st Division Association, assembled by Julian C. Tormey, a member of the United Veterans Council.