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Normal Graves precise account of the Russian Civi; warfare.

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America's Siberian Adventure 1918-1920

Basic Graves precise account of the Russian Civi; struggle.

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Stevens, head of the Russian Railw ay Commission, received from the State Department a telegram as follow s: “ Ambassador (M r. Francis) Vologda recom­ mended that Emerson be sent immediately with two to five Engineers to Vologda to confer about transporta­ tion, . . ” The Emerson referred to was Colonel George H . Emerson, M r. Stevens’ first Assistant in the Russian Railway Service Corps, which will be referred to in a later chapter. Colonel Emerson and party left Harbin on M ay 4, 1 91 8 fo r Vladivostok, to make arrangements for transportation.

John F. Stevens, head of the Russian Railw ay Commission, received from the State Department a telegram as follow s: “ Ambassador (M r. Francis) Vologda recom­ mended that Emerson be sent immediately with two to five Engineers to Vologda to confer about transporta­ tion, . . ” The Emerson referred to was Colonel George H . Emerson, M r. Stevens’ first Assistant in the Russian Railway Service Corps, which will be referred to in a later chapter. Colonel Emerson and party left Harbin on M ay 4, 1 91 8 fo r Vladivostok, to make arrangements for transportation.

I feel sure that you can have no idea of the feeling which Japanese intervention would arouse. Even the Cadet Press, which can not be accused of Bolshevik sympathies, is loud in its denunciation of this crime against Russia, and is now preaching support of any party that will oppose Germany and save the revolu­ tion. . And now when Germany’s aims have been unmasked to the whole world, the Allies are to nullify the benefits o f this by allowing the Japanese to enter Russia. . ” 6 6 Russian-Am erican Relations — M arch , 1 9 1 7 -M a r c h , 19 2 0 , p.

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