Documentation [Correspondence] Concerning a Loan for the Settlement of (Greek) Refugees in Greece - Documents Concerning the Repatriation of the Prisoners of War - Accounts of Repatriation Through the Black Sea (1920).
This file contains correspondence with the International Committee of the Red-Cross, the Russian Red-Cross in Vienna, the Geneva Office, etc. Correspondence from the Russian Red Cross in Vienna is first signed by Constantin de Schabelsky, then by Léon Islavine. The issue of the double recognition by the Austrian State of the former Russian Red Cross and The Soviet Red Cross is raised. The Austrian government bases recognition on support of ICRC to Mr. Schabelsky. This file also contains an article on the Soviet Red-Cross published by "Bureau de l'Entente internationale contre la IIIème Internationale", August 1925 and a brochure on the activities of the Russian Red-Cross since 1917.
This file contains correspondence regarding the measures taken by France to act upon the resolutions adopted by the Council on 25 Mar. 1922, its adhesion to the identity certificates system on 4 Sept. 1922 and enforcement of adhesion as of 1 Jan. 1923. It includes correspondence with other delegations regarding subsequent obstacles encountered in the delivery of visas by French diplomatic representations. It appears that the Russian organisations play an important role in the recommendations for visa issuance by French Consuls. A press clipping raises the issue of consequences on Russian emigration of "de jure" recognition by France of the Soviet government.
It contains file 45/20773/15833, correspondence from the Département fédéral de Justice et Police and the Département Politique fédéral, sample of the identity certificates delivered by the Swiss government, press clippings (Schweizerische Republikanische Blätter), regarding transit visas and the decision of adhesion notified 20 Oct. 1922 and enforced 1 Jan. 1923.
This file contains various types of correspondence and appears to concern namely the travel of Russian (Mongol) refugees to France via Austria and the problem of unemployment raised by the French authorities. Correspondence is exchanged with the French, Czechoslovak, Bulgarian and Turkish delegations to check the movement of refugees who would be stuck in Vienna for lack of proof of future employment in France.
File contains correspondence relating to the transfer of Russian Jewish Refugees (students) from Romania and Bessarabia to France and other countries.