Public and Political: reports of the Royal Naval Air Service Armoured Car Division in Russia.

Reference code: CHAR 2/95

Part of: CHAR 2
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Date: 1917

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CHAR 2/95/1 Covering sheet to CHAR 2/95/2-36 sent by Commander Oliver Locker-Lampson, officer in charge of the Royal Naval Air Service Armoured Car Division in Russia, to WSC (Ministry of Munitions). 15 Aug 1917
CHAR 2/95/2-36 Continuation of a detailed report to the secretary of the Admiralty by a member of the Royal Naval Air Service Armoured Car Division (Kozova, Austria) on the effects of the March revolution in Russia on Russian military discipline and support for the war, and the operations of the Armoured Car Division in Russia against Austrian and German forces, including details of casualties. Typescript copy. 20 Jul 1917
CHAR 2/95/37 Map showing the disposition of Russian and Austria forces and the Royal Naval Air Service Armoured Car Division around Kozova (Austria) and Brzezany. [Jul] [1917]
CHAR 2/95/38-71 Continuation of a detailed report by a member of the Royal Naval Air Service Armoured Car Division (Proskurov, Russia) on the Division's operations on the Russian front, including details of casualties. Includes an assessment of General Brussilov. Typescript copy. 16 Aug 1917
CHAR 2/95/72 Letter from Commander Oliver Locker-Lampson (48 Dover Street, [London]) to WSC enclosing a letter to Sir Edward Carson [later Lord Carson] stating the case for sending police forces composed of Allied troops to Russia [see CHAR 2/95/73-81]. [Dec] [1917]
CHAR 2/95/73-81 Letter from Commander Oliver Locker-Lampson (48 Dover Street, [London]) to Sir Edward Carson [later Lord Carson] [First Lord of the Admiralty] stating the case for sending police forces composed of Allied troops (particularly from the United States) to Russia to quell revolutionary disorder. Includes appendixes on the shipping required to convey the United States troops and Chinese coolies, an analysis of the employment of Japanese vessels, the desire of some Russians for a British force to be based in Archangel, and raw cotton imports into Japan from the United States and India. Typescript copy. Sent with CHAR 2/95/72. 05 Dec 1917