Relates to British relations with Russia during the Russian Revolution. Consists of English translation with commentary by Maria Ashot of 2011 published Russian-language edition of the memoirs translated with commentary by A. V. Bykov.
Diaries, correspondence, speeches and writings, printed matter, and photographs, relating to agriculture in Russia prior to World War I, White Russian relations with the United States during the Russian Revolution and Civil War, and Russian émigré affairs.
Correspondence, reports, financial records, and printed matter, relating to relations of the Russian Provisional and White Russian governments with the United States during the Russian Revolution and Civil War.
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.
Compilation of memoirs of Russian communist veterans of the Russian Civil War, edited by S. G. Cheremnykh, entitled "Grazhdanskai͡a voina v tylu Kolchaka," relating to the Russian Civil War in Siberia; and an incomplete study by S. G. Cheremnykh, entitled "Likvidat͡sii͡a i͡aponskoĭ intervent͡siĭ: sobytii͡a, 1920-1922," relating to Japanese intervention in Siberia.
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.
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.
Relates to political and economic conditions in eastern Siberia, and to Japanese intervention in that area, during the period 1918-1921. Report submitted to the United States State Department and United States Army Military Intelligence Division. Also available on microfilm (1 reel).
Correspondence, reports, memoranda, diplomatic dispatches and instructions, and printed matter, relating to the Russian Railway Service Corps in Siberia, the Inter-Allied Technical Board, and the Trans-Siberian Railroad during World War I and the Russian Civil War.