US Expeditionary Force, North Russia record example

US Expeditionary Force, North Russia

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In 1918, a treaty between Germany and Russia led to a crisis for the Allies. In an effort to protect Czech troops in Russia, and to secure northern Russian ports from Germans, the Allies sent a multinational force into North Russia, under British command. US Troops did not stay long, with the last units out by the middle of August 1919.

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Example Records

3 Cablegrams: a report of missing soldiers, a list of transportation needs and a list of received food supplies.
3 Cablegrams: a report of missing soldiers, a list of transportation needs and a list of received food supplies.
War diary report of suggestions for limiting friendly fire from "aeroplanes"
 	 War diary report of suggestions for limiting friendly fire from "aeroplanes"
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"Historical Files of the U.S. Expeditionary Force, North Russia, 1918-19" database with images Fold3 (https://www.fold3.com//title/483/us-expeditionary-force-north-russia: accessed September 24, 2021)

Publication Title
US Expeditionary Force, North Russia
Total Records
1,937 · Complete: 100%
Content Source
The National Archives logoThe National Archives
Publication Number
M924
Record Group
120
Published on Fold3
30 Jul 2007
Last Updated
13 Nov 2007
Description
NARA M924. In 1918 and 1919, U.S. forces participated in security operations in North Russia, near the ports of Murmansk and Archangel.