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  • Subject contains "Russia"

Norman Hapgood writes a report on his reasons for resigning as ambassador to Denmark.
Section of a cablegram from Siberia that describes executions by Russian general.
Secretary of War sends President Wilson news of atrocities in Siberia.
Acquaintance writes to Helen Bones about Professor Lomonosoff.
Secret message relaying information about the German troops turning to the East.
Secretary of State writes to President Wilson that their idea of letting Russia help itself might be best.
President Wilson asks the Secretary of State to assure Russia that it is in his thoughts.
Secretary of State worried about the military situation in Russia.
Czechoslovaks need American help in Russia.
Secretary of States seeks President Wilson's opinion about what to do about the Eastern Front.
Two officers of the Omsk government arrived in Archangel.
President Wilson takes the Secretary of State's suggestion not to insist that the Czechoslovakian troops advance on Vladivostok.
The Secretary of State tells President Wilson about his conversation with Masaryk.
Report on the fighting at Archangel, including the death of sixty-five officers.
Senator Williams sends along the statement from Jesse Halsey on Russia.
President Wilson forgot some of the details about the situation in Archangel.
Russian citizens suffering from reign of terror.
President Wilson should respond to reports of terrorism in Russia.
Issues of providing food in Archangel.
America should treat the government of Archangel with respect.
Assistance needed with transportation in Siberia.
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