Official: War and Air: correspondence from Brigadier-General Edward Spears and the British Military Mission in Paris [France] to WSC and War Office officials.

Reference code: CHAR 16/37

Part of: CHAR 16
Next record: CHAR 16/38
Previous record: CHAR 16/36

Date: 03 Jun 1919 - 31 Jul 1919


Also includes alleged copies of telegrams concerning the start of World War I passed to Spears by the Serbian delegation in Paris.

Subjects covered by the file include: matters concerning the borders and politics of Romania, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Lithuania and the Baltic states, Fiume [later Rijeka, Yugoslavia], Persia [later Iran], Hungary and Austria; matters concerning Russia, including Sergei Sazonov's role, recognising Admiral Alexander Kolchak's government, support for Generals Tscherbatchev, Anton Denikin, and Nikolai Youdenitch, the military situation, German influence, co-ordinating anti-Bolshevik resistance, Russian prisoners of war in Poland, Finnish assistance in capturing Petrograd [later Leningrad and St Petersburg], and the morale of foreign troops in Siberia; matters concerning internal French politics, including strikes and Georges Clemenceau's [Prime Minister of France] position; help for Serbian prisoners of war.

Also includes map of "German Hungary" around Odenburg [later Sopron, Hungary] with ethnic populations marked.





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