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31 May 1919 status report on AEF strengths. North Russia total is 5,630 officers and enlisted.

Image, found in WWI Military Cablegrams - AEF and War Dept: Page 1 · 26 Mar 2008 You

23 May 1919 Brig Gen WP Richardson argues for keeping some US Troops in North Russia beyond planned June 1919 pull-out. Pershing forwards it to the President.

Image, found in WWI Military Cablegrams - AEF and War Dept: Page 1 · 26 Mar 2008 You

German 77th Division brought from reserve in Russia (Eastern Front) to the Western Front on 25 Apr 1918 to relieve part of the 19th Division.

Image, found in WWI Military Cablegrams - AEF and War Dept: Page 1 · 26 Mar 2008 You

Harry Grobel (Groebel) changed his name with his naturalization to Reginald Le Borg and went on to a successful career in film and television. He died on March 25, 1989 in Los…

Image, found in Naturalizations - CA Southern: Petition for Naturalization (1937) · 16 Mar 2008 You

This is the first of many pages documenting the Supreme War Council's discussions in June 1918 regarding "The Czech and Polish Question", which led to the Allied Intervention into…

Image, found in WWI Supreme War Council, American records: Page 7 · 12 Jan 2008 You

06 Nov 1919 report from French Col. Lucas on the Bolshevik attack of 04 Nov on the ouptost at Verst 444 on the Railroad Front.

Image, found in US Expeditionary Force, North Russia: Page 18 · 20 Dec 2007 You

Casuality list: 17 April to 02 May 1919.

Image, found in US Expeditionary Force, North Russia: Page 27 · 20 Dec 2007 You

15 June 1919 Approx. 850 US Army soldiers and officers depart North Russia on the "Menominee".

Image, found in US Expeditionary Force, North Russia: Page 25 · 20 Dec 2007 You

03 June 1919 Report of Boshevik balloon being used on Railroad Front at Emtsa. US Army begins deparure from North Russia, almost 2000 mens sailing on the "Kalyan" and "Czar".

Image, found in US Expeditionary Force, North Russia: Page 22 · 20 Dec 2007 You

24 May 1919 Company I arrives at base in Archangel from the Railroad Front.

Image, found in US Expeditionary Force, North Russia: Page 19 · 20 Dec 2007 You

07 May 1919 Command of the Railroad Front turned over to the White Russian forces by US Army Major Nichols.

Image, found in US Expeditionary Force, North Russia: Page 10 · 20 Dec 2007 You

Summary of 04 Nov 1918 Bolshevik attack on Companies I and M at Verst 444 outpost.

Image, found in US Expeditionary Force, North Russia: Page 17 · 20 Dec 2007 You

Summary of BAttle of Seltso ending 15 Oct 1918.

Image, found in US Expeditionary Force, North Russia: Page 14 · 20 Dec 2007 You

Summary of Battle of Seltso, beginning on 10 Oct 1918.

Image, found in US Expeditionary Force, North Russia: Page 13 · 20 Dec 2007 You

Company I, 339th Infantry drives enemy to the south and establishes an outpost at Verst 444 1/2 on 16 Oct 1918. This is the last advance along the Railroad Front.

Image, found in US Expeditionary Force, North Russia: Page 12 · 20 Dec 2007 You

Reports of artillery gas shells having been fired by the Bolshevik Army at VISTAVKA on both 28 Feb 1919 and again on 02 March 1919.

Image, found in US Expeditionary Force, North Russia: Page 16 · 20 Dec 2007 You

10 April 1919 Report identifying 7 MIA who were confirmed by the enemy as being held POW.

Image, found in US Expeditionary Force, North Russia: Page 7 · 28 Nov 2007 You

23 Aug 1919 Richardson and staff depart Archangel. Cable lists those who remained behind.

Image, found in US Expeditionary Force, North Russia: Page 187 · 28 Nov 2007 You

16 Aug 1919 graves recovery update.

Image, found in US Expeditionary Force, North Russia: Page 185 · 28 Nov 2007 You

07 Aug 1919 Update on graves recovery situation.

Image, found in US Expeditionary Force, North Russia: Page 180 · 28 Nov 2007 You