Writings, correspondence, reports, and printed matter, relating to the disappearance of the émigré Russian Generals A. P. Kutepov (1930) and E. K. Miller (1937) from Paris, Russian émigré anti-communist groups and Soviet penetration of them, the Narodno-Trudovoĭ So͡iuz organization, White forces during the Russian Revolution, and Russian displaced persons after World War II.
Memoranda; military and naval intelligence reports; civil, naval, and military orders; correspondence; and photographs, relating to the Russian Revolution and Civil War in the Siberian Far East, especially operations of the Amur Flotilla (Red) and the Siberian Flotilla (White).
Archive/Manuscript — 1 ms. box, 23 microfilm reels, digital files.
Speeches and writings, correspondence, clippings, other printed matter, and photographs, relating to Russian literature, the Russian Civil War in Siberia and Mongolia, the career of the White Russian commander Baron Ungern-Shternberg, Russian émigré affairs, and anti-communist movements in the United States. Includes a translation by Elena Varneck and a fictionalized autobiographical account of the Russian Civil War.
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).
Writings, letters, passports, certificates, and photographs, relating to the Russian Civil War, the nature of communism, and the imprisonment of G. K. Siminskiĭ by French authorities in 1945 as a suspected German collaborator.
Correspondence, reports, communiqués, 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 mission.