Sub-sub-series R1722-R1723/45/13913 - Russian Refugees in Turkey
Russian Refugees in Turkey - Central Committee of the Russian Red Cross, Paris - Asks the Society to help ensure that urgent measures are taken to relieve Russian Refugees in Turkey. The newly decreed decrease in rations distributed in the camps makes their situation critical and hopeless. Their weakening progresses rapidly. Russian Refugees in Turkey - Commandant Marcel de Roover, Athens - Presents a memoir on the situation of Russian Refugees from Crimea which he wrote after a short study stay in the refugee camps of Constantinople and Gallipoli. Copy of a Report from the International Committee of the Red Cross - Report on the visit of a camp for Russian refugees in Gallipoli. Situation of the Russian Refugees at Constantinople - Copy of a report from Mr Burnier, delegate of the ICRC, on the disastrous situation in the camps for Russian refugees in Gallipoli owing to the withdrawal of the American Red Cross; Telegram from F. Nansen to the American Red Cross in Paris concerning it. Correspondence between Fridtjof Nansen and the French Government - Draft and copy of a letter from F. Nansen to Aristide Briand concerning the rationing of Russian refugees at Constantinople. C.425.M.306.1921. Withdrawal of the American Red Cross - Telegram from Mr Bicknell, American Red Cross in Paris, stating that the American Red Cross is not able to continue to finance relief work in Constantinople, but that if the LON is prepared to assume full responsibility not later than December, every effort will be made by the American Red Cross to maintain modified operations until that date; and related documents. The Russian Refugees in Turkey - Dr. Nansen - Letter to the President of the Council of the League of Nations informing him of the situation of the Russian refugees in Constantinople whom the French Government had undertaken to direct to Brazil and whom, as a result, had to return to that city - Regrets not having been consulted about the action of the French Government and expresses the fear that under these conditions, the High Commissioner's task would become difficult to accomplish. Withdrawal of the American Red Cross from Constantinople - The ICRC communicates a telegram informing of the disastrous situation of Russian refugees further to the withdrawal of the American Red Cross from Constantinople. Return of Russian Refugees from Brazil - The ICRC communicates a telegram informing of the arrival to Constantinople of 1108 Russians coming back from Brazil. Return of Russian Refugees from Brazil - Telegram from the "Comité des Zemstvos et Villes Russes de Secours aux Citoyens Russes à l'Etranger" asking the LON [League of Nations] to help 1108 Russian refugees brought back from Brazil to Constantinople and rationed by French Government.
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