Sub-series 42 (Reg. 19-27) - Prisoners of War
Greek Prisoners in Bulgaria - Telegrams by Dr. Nansen concerning Greek prisoners in Bulgaria. Detention in the Dardanelles by the Greek Government of the Japanese vessel "Heimei Maru" repatriating Turkish prisoners of war from Vladivostok to Constantinople - Mr. Frick, International Committee of the Red Cross (Geneva) - Reports, for Submission to the League of Nations Council, the steps taken by the International Red Cross, hitherto without success, to obtain the release of this vessel. Repatriation of Prisoners of War, Finance - Contribution by Canadian Red Cross - Mr. P.J. Baker - Minute urging the necessity of a renewed application to the Canadian Red Cross, for a contribution towards the expenses of repatriation. Termination of repatriation of prisoners of war in Russia - Mr. Chenevière, International Committee of the Red Cross, Geneva - Informs on the steps taken regarding this subject by the International Committee of the Red Cross with the Governments concerned. Repatriation of Prisoners of War - Dossier concerning Dimitru Atalean, prisoner of war in Siberia. Deportation of civilians from Asia Minor by the Kemalist Government - Hellenic Secretariat to the League of Nations, Geneva - Informs that more than 100,000 Christians have been deported by the Government of Mustapha Kemal to the interior of Anatolia, and demands the League of Nations to intervene without delay. Reimbursement to the International Committee of the Red Cross of one part of the expenses incurred in consequence of Dr. Montandon's mission to Siberia (1919-1920). Position with regard to repatriation of prisoners of war - Memo, survey and general survey of the position, especially as regards: number of prisoners, cost of repatriation, the Vladivostok route, repatriation from Turkestan etc. Repatriation of Prisoners of War, Finance - Contribution of Japan - Dr. Nansen (to Baron Hayashi, Japanese Delegate to the Assembly) - States amount required to complete work of repatriation and enquires whether, instead of giving money, the Japanese Government would be willing to provide a ship to bring back 2,000 of the prisoners now collected in Vladivostok. Repatriation of Turkish prisoners of war - Informs that Turkish prisoners repatriated from Russia are concentrated at Hamburg at the expense of the Swiss Legation who is asking to urgently demand from the Turkish Red Crescent the necessary subsidies.
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