Russian Refugees - General and Correspondence with Governments

Inventory list
Identifier Sort ascending Title Level of description Date Digital object
R1717/45/12669/12334 British Secretary's to the Cabinet Reply on the Secretary-General's Memorandum concerning Russian Refugees and related documents. File 1921.05.13-1921.05.18
R1717/45/13087/12334 Reply of the Danish Minister of Foreign Affairs on the Secretary-General's Memorandum concerning Russian Refugees. File 1921.06.02-1921.06.09
R1717/45/13220/12334 Reply of the Finnish Minister of Foreign Affairs on the Secretary-General's Memorandum concerning Russian Refugees. File 1921.05.31-1921.06.15
R1717/45/13622/12334 Reply of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Uruguay on the Secretary-General's Memorandum concerning Russian Refugees. File 1921.05.05-1921.07.05
R1717/45/12356/12334 Réponse du ministère belge des Affaires étrangères sur le mémorandum du Secrétaire général concernant les réfugiés russes. File 1921.04.25
R1717/45/12692/12334 Reply of the Czechoslovak Foreign Minister, E. Benès, on the Secretary-General's Memorandum concerning Russian Refugees and related Documents. File 1921.05.10-1921.05.18
R1717/45/12749/12334 Reply of the Secretary to the Prime Minister of South Africa on the Secretary-General's Memorandum concerning Russian Refugees. File 1921.04.27
R1717/45/15016/12334 Reply of the Minister of the Dutch Legation in Bern on the Secretary-General's Memorandum concerning Russian Refugees and related Documents. File 1921.08.23-1921.09.02
R1717/45/12334/12334 Questionnaire to Governments, relating to Russian refugees - Letter of the Secretary-General Sir E. Drummond transmitting his memorandum on Russian refugee issue (which was initiated by the ICRC, then discussed by the Council) and concerning the following: proposed appointment of the High Commissioner, legal position, repatriation of Russian refugees to Russia, coordination of efforts for the assistance of the refugees. File 1921.03.16
R1717/45/12339/12334 Response to the questionnaire sent by the secretariat - German Ministry of Foreign Affairs - April 18, 1921 - Indicates that 1) The Russians living in Germany have a delegation in Berlin which takes care of their interests, 2) The German government cannot provide work for Russian refugees, 3) The German government is in favor of the creation of an international organization, charged with assisting the needy Russians. File 1921.04.18-1921.09.15