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  • Tags: Czechoslovak Army
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.
Two groups of the Czech army are back in contact in Siberia; Japanese troops are ready to leave.
Czechoslovakian army needs assistant but their situation in Siberia is good.
Appraisal of the military situation in Siberia.
Czechoslovakian returns to give a detailed report on the situation of the troops in Russia.
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