Annotated List of documents, prepared by the Russian State Military Archive (RGVA)No. Date Title
a. 31.8.1918 Letter from Antonov to G.V. Chicherin, People's Commissar [hereafter Narkom] of Foreign Affairs, on a meeting with German officials. 1. 23.6.1920 Dispatch No.1026 from M.I. Litvinov, Deputy Narkom of Foreign Affairs, to G.V. Chicherin on a proposal to buy 100,000 military field flasks. 2. 1.7.1920 Telegram from E.M. Sklianskii, Dep. chairman of the Military Revolutionary Council of the Republic [hereafter RVS[R]], to G.V. Chicherin on the necessity of receiving rifles, machine guns and cartridges from Germany. 3. 3.7.1920 Letter from Victor Kopp, representative of the RSFSR for prisoner of war affairs in Germany, to L.D. Trotskii, Chairman of the RVS, on the possibility of transferring 5 airplanes from Germany to Russia. 4. 19.8.1920 Telegram No. 3838/4/930/III from I.S. Unshlikht, member of RVS of the Zaparniy Front, to L.D. Trotskii on forth-coming proposals for buying German military equipment for 27 million marks. Resolution of Trotskii. 5. 27.9.1920 Letter from Viktor Kopp, representative of RSFSR in Germany for prisoner of war affairs, to E. Sklianskii on buying military equipment in Germany. 6. 10.11.1920 Letter from Viktor Kopp on presence in Germany of a group of volunteers (former submarine commanders) desiring to enter into service in Russia. Resolution of Trotskii. 7. 27.11.1921 Survey No. 7145 from the 2nd Section of the Red Army Staff on the economic-financial relations of Germany and Soviet Russia. 8. 15.12.1921 Report No. 7575 from Ya.K. Berzin, head of the 2nd Section of the Red Army Staff, to E.M. Sklianskii on a proposal received to buy at a low price 300 field telephones of the latest German model. Resolution of Sklianskii. 9. 24.2.1922 Report No. 1686/s. from Gol'dberg to Chairman L.D. Trotskii on orders for uniforms and cloth in Germany. 10. 27.2./13.3. Letter No. 324 from Walter Lohmann, head of the depart- 1922 ment of naval transport of the naval directorate of the Military Ministry [sic] of Germany, to Ye.A. Berens, naval expert attached to the plenipotentiary of the RSFSR in London, on perspectives for Soviet-German cooperation. 11. 21.4.1922 Letter No. 17/ber., Berlin, from Ye.A. Berens to L.D. Trotskii on the question of transferring DobrFlot. 12. 25.4.1922 Letter from A. Rozengol'ts to L.D. Trotskii on the need to accelerate Russian-German talks on the organization of Russian military industry. 13. 26.5.1922 RVS Order No. 1286 with Instructions concerning the arranging of regular flights by the German-Russian society for air communication between Moscow and Knigsberg. 14. 30.5.1922 Letter from George Koch, German engineer, to Narkomat of Military Affairs with a proposal to use his invention in the area of small-arms technology. Conclusions of the Red Army Artillery Directorate. 15. 5.7.1922 Reply letter No. 453/s. from Yordanskii, military commissar of the Red Army Staff, to engineer George Koch apropos his proposal. 16. 9.6./28.8. Letter from Walter Lohmann from Berlin to the NKID on 1922 forthcoming two-sided talks concerning navigation. In German. 17. 20.8.1922 Report No. 212 from Ye.A. Berens to V.I. Zof, assistant to the Commander-in-Chief of the Navy, on talks with the German Admiralty. 18. 20.8.1922 Notification No. 17/r., 22/r. from Rozengol'ts to L.D. Trotskii on the signed provisional agreement with Junkers and his conclusions on this agreement. 19-20. 24.8./30.8. Report No.189/s. from Gvait, a military pilot, to A.P. Rozengol'ts and report No. 320 from A. Znamenskii, Main Chief of the Air Fleet of the Republic, to L.D. Trotskii with conclusions on Deruluft's new proposal. 21. 30.8.1922 Letter No. BG/040 from Gol'dberg from Berlin to L.D. Trotskii concerning a certain Kossarenko, a Soviet representative in Germany participating in a series of talks with German firms. 22. 14.10.1922 Letter No. 301 from Ye.A. Berens to L.D. Trotskii on proposals of the Germany Admiralty. 23. 22.10.1922 Letter No. 4955/s. from G.V. Chicherin to E.M. Sklianskii in connection with the German Admiralty's proposal. 24. 24.10.1922 Letter No. 264s. from Dessau, representative of Junkers, to Rozengol'ts in connection with the refusal to grant AMO a concession. 25. 10.1922 Letter from the representative of Junkers to the directorate of the Red Air Fleet concerning talks on the organization of a joint air route Moscow-Kharkov-Rostov-Tblisi. 26. 31.10.1922 Commercial proposal from Junkers to the Main Chief of the Air Fleet of the RSFSR. 27. 3.11.1922 Draft contract between the Main Directorate of the Air Fleet [hereafter Glavozdukhflot] and Junkers. 28. 3.11.1922 Supplementary protocol to the contract for the delivery of airplanes concluded between the RSFSR and Junkers. 29. 11.11.1922 Memorandum No. 7848 from Dep. Narkom of Foreign Affairs M.M. Litvinov to E.M. Sklianskii on forth- coming talks between the RSFSR and Germany on the question of prize and embargo courts. Resolutions of E. Sklianskii. 30. 24.11.1922 Conclusion No. 242 from Glavozdukhflot on Junker's proposal to deliver 60 airplanes to Russia. Resolution of A. Rozengol'ts. 31. 12.12.1922 Agreement No. 25121 s.s. from 26 Nov. 1922 between Glavozdukhflot and Junkers. 32. 6.1.1923 Survey No. 58 of German press on "Perspectives for German industry in the Russian Market", from the commercial representative of the RSFSR in Germany. 33. 22.1.1923 Extract No. 21951/s. from a protocol of a meeting of the TsK RKP(b) on sending a special commission to Berlin. 34. 25.1.1923 Report No.149/r. from A.P. Rozengol'ts to I.V. Stalin on the conditions leading to talks with the Germans. 35. 1.2.1923 Draft No. 429 "Of Basic Conditions for the Conclusion of an Agreement between NKPS and a German Automobile Concern". 36. 1.1923 Report from V. Stomaniakov, the commercial representa- tive of the RSFSR in Germany, to G.L.Piatakov, Chairman of the Main Concessionary Committee, on new proposals from German concerns and firms for concessions. 37. 13.2.1923 Letter No. 205, Berlin, from N. Krestinskii to the NKID and RVSR on the composition of the German military commission travelling to Moscow. 38. 20.4.1923 Protocol No. 942/23 of a conference held by Junkers in Dessau 16-17 April 1923 on the question of possible collaboration with Russia. 39. 25.4.1923 Survey No. 75, Berlin, of the German press on "F. Nansen on the Russian Problem" and "Russian-German Economic Dealings and the Russian Question" from the commercial representative of the RSFSR in Germany. 39a. 27.4.1923 Description of the German-Russian joint-stock company "WADRAG". In German. 40. 30.4.1923 Report No.1312, Berlin, from the commercial representative of the RSFSR in Germany to L.B. Krasin, Narkom of Foreign Trade, with a description of the German companies conducting commercial affairs with Russia. Supplement to the report--circular of a commercial industrial company in German. 41. 5.5.1923 Note No. 228/I. from L.D. Trotskii to N.I. Muralov, Commander of Forces in the MVO, concerning a report by V. Stomoniakov (from 30 April) and with a warning to be more vigilant in commercial affairs with German firms and companies. 42-43. 14.5./30.5. Surveys Nos. 78, 80, Berlin, from the commercial 1923 representative of the RSFSR in Germany of the German press on the participation of Germany in the economic reconstruction of Russia. 44-45. 26.5.1923 Letter and official note from A.P. Rozengol'ts to L.D. Trotskii and E.M. Sklianskii on difficulties which had arisen for Junkers in the organization of production in Russia. 46. 5.6.1923 Survey No. 87, Berlin, from the commercial representative of the RSFSR in Germany of the German press on the violation of the interests of German firms in Soviet Russia. 47. 2.7.1923 Memo report No. 2070/2526 ss. from A.P. Rozengol'ts, the main chief of the Air Fleet of the Republic to E.M. Sklianskii with a conclusion on the entry of Dobrolet into Deruluft, an air service implemented between Moscow and Germany. 48. 31.8.1923 Letter from Stachevskii to A.P. Rozengol'ts on the conditions for work by Junkers. 6 September, cover letter from A.P. Rozengol'ts to L.D. Trotskii. 49. 10.1923 Letter from the commercial representative of the USSR in Germany to A.P. Rozengol'ts on the aerodrome in Polotsk. 50. 29.2./13.3 Resolutions Nos. 2383 and 3060 of the NKID and Red 1924 Army Staff (and P.P. Lebedev, Chief of the Red Army Staff), on the draft consular convention between the USSR and Germany. 51. 5./18-22.6 Letter from B. Kuksin, engineer of air services and 1924 employee of Moscow delegation to Junkers, to the Main Inspector of the Civil Air Fleet with a request to send him on an official trip abroad to carry out scientific work. 52. see above Letter No. 5326, Moscow, from Junkers with a supportive petition by B. Kuksin. 53. see above Memorandum No. 47872 from the Main Inspector of the Civil Air Fleet to the visa department of the NKVD with a supportive petition by Kuksin. 54-56. 19.6.1924 Correspondence from V.I. Zof, commissar of Naval Forces of the Republic, with I.S. Unshlikht, Dep. Chairman of the RVS, on a proposal received from Germany concerning the purchase of submarines. Technical data for German submarines. 57-58. 18.7./23.9. Conclusions of the NKPS, Legal Department of the Red 1924 Army and Directorate of Military Communications of the Red Army Staff (Nos. 23/2790/s.; 12996s./1293s.; 342374/s.; 13031/s.; 7/2/342945/s.) on the direct transfer of cargo between German and Soviet railways (Knigs- berg direction railroads are suggested). 59. 6.-8.1924 Radiograms in German. 59a. early 1925 Letter from Junkers to the trade representative of the USSR in Germany on their desire for closer cooperation. Translated from German. 60. 5.2.1925 Reference No. 781/P. on the changes of the political course of the German government after the adoption of the Dawes Plan and the state of German-Soviet military relations; sent to M.V. Frunze. 61. 22.2.1925 Information, sent to M.V. Frunze, on the presence (in a report of the InterUnion Control Commission) of data concerning the fulfillment of military orders of the USSR with private German firms. 62. 3.3.1925 Synopsis of the contents of a report by Marshal Foch's Military Committee on the results of the control on Germany's military industry; sent to M.V. Frunze. 63. 5.3.1925 Memo report from P.I. Baranov, i.d. Chief of the Military Air Forces of the Red Army, to L.G. Ginzburg on the interests of the UVVS in dirigible building in Germany. 64. 10.3.1925 Letter from Yakov Fishman to M.V. Frunze on a visit to the Junkers aviation factory in Dessau, on acquaintance with new inventions in the area of instrument-making, and on talks held with the firm Telefunken. 65. 20.3.1925 Report from Ya.M. Fishman, Chief of the Military-Chemi- cal Directorate of the Red Army, to M.V. Frunze, Chair- man of the RVS, on a conversation with Hasse and Fischer, representatives of the German Reichswehr, con- cerning the possibility of becoming acquainted with the designing of aerial bombs and gas sprayers. 66. 3.4.1925 Report from Ya.M. Fishman to M.V. Frunze, Chairman of the RVS, on a visit to an Auer gas mask factory and on a conversation with Fischer, Reichswehr representative, concerning the possibility of joint work in the area of chemical weapons. 67. 15.4.1925 Protocol of a Soviet-German agreement on organizing an aviation school at Lipetsk. 68. 17.4.1925 Letter from Yakov Fishman to M.V. Frunze on the preparation for tests of new models of German rifles; and on the course of talks with Anilin concerning rendering of technical aid to the USSR. 69. 21.4.1925 Letter from Yakov Fishman to M.V. Frunze on the need to include nitrogen and dye industry in the "large program" of collaboration with Germany and on the status of the purchase of weapons for foreign countries. 69a. 22.4.1925 Secret service material sent to Frunze on German views of security guarentees. Translated from German. 70. 4.5.1925 Letter from Yakov Fishman to M.V. Frunze on the loading on steamships of the airplanes, military equipment and arms purchased in Germany. 71. 8.5.1925 Extract from protocols of meetings of the RVS from 22 Dec.1924 with resolutions on the need for continuing collaboration with Junkers. 72. 14.5.1925 Letter from Yakov Fishman to M.V. Frunze on the begin- ning of work by the commission for the formal acceptance of optics and gas masks that were ordered; and on talks concerning collaboration with the Karo concern for the rebuilding of nitrous industrial works in the USSR. 73. 21.5.1925 Extract from a protocol of a meeting of the Main Conces- sionary Committee in the SNK USSR on a report concerning talks with Junkers; with a resolution about a change in conditions for a contract concluded earlier. 74. 26.5.1925 Letter from Yakov Fishman to M.V. Frunze on talks taking place with representatives of German industrial firms concerning the organization of joint production of military technology. 75. 2.6.1925 Extract from a protocol of a meeting of the RVS with a resolution on consent to revise the concessionary contract with Junkers at the request of the concessionaire on condition that the terms of the RVS are adopted. 76. 2.6.1925 Memo report of the Main Concessionary Committee in the SNK USSR (Glavkontsesskom) to the Politbiuro TsK [hereafter Politburo] I.V. Stalin on the necessity for revising the contract concluded with Junkers. 77. 4.6.1925 Memorandum from the concessionary department of the VVS Directorate to the head of the UVVS with conclusions on the course of talks with Junkers concerning the intro- duction of changes into the contract on collaboration. 78. 6.6.1925 Letter from the Junkers representative to Frunze and Trotskii, chairman of the Glavkontsesskom, on speeding up a decision on the introduction of changes into the contract on collaboration that was concluded earlier. 79. 9.6.1925 Letter No. 27 from Sachsenberg, representative of Junkers, with an account of the proposals on introducing changes into the contract dealing with a serial order for airplanes that was concluded earlier. Translated from German 80. 11.6.1925 Letter No. 0032 from Sachsenberg to Frunze providing the reasons for the introduction of changes into the contract on collaboration from 1922 and the necessity for speeding up a decision on this question by Glavkontsesskom. 80a. 13.6.1925 Letter No. 06410/s. from Frunze to P.I.Baranov, head of the Directorate of Military Air Forces [[U]VVS], on the use- lessness of Junkers' airplanes for military purposes. 81. 13.6.1925 Letter from the Junkers representative to Frunze with proposals on the introduction of changes into the contract on collaboration with the firm; with a cover memorandum to Glavkontsesskom. 82. 15.6.1925 Memo report No. 9270 ss. from the Directorate of the VVS to the chairman of the RVS on JunkerUs non-fulfillment of orders for Ju-20 and Ju-21 airplanes in the perscribed time; with an enclosure on the tactical data for these airplanes. 83. 15.6.1925 Memo report No. 3365 ss. from P.I. Baranov to Frunze on the terms for serial order of airplanes and the introduction of changes into the concessionary contract with Junkers; with a protocol of a meeting at the UVVS from 30 May 1925 on this question as an enclosure. 84. 16.6.1925 Memo report No. 21/ss. from Baranov to Frunze on the candidacy of VVS workers to be sent on an official trip to Germany. 85. 8.7.1925 Report No. 5969 from M.I. Frumkin, Dep. Narkom of Foreign Trade, to the STO USSR on Derutra, a Russian- German association with limited liability. 86. 11.6.1925 Resolution of the STO for a report by the Narkom of Foreign Trade of the USSR on the Russian storage and transport association "Derutra". 87. 20.7.1925 Report, sent to M.V. Frunze, on the point of view of the German government on a Note from the Entente concern- ing German aeronautics and the significance of the Soviet market for the German aviation industry. 88. 31.7.1925 Memorandum N< 8002/s. from the Directorate of the Military Air Forces to the Legal-Statistical Department of the Main Directorate of the Red Army on assigning a Glavkontsesskom credit of 1 million rubles for Junkers. 89. 7.8.1925 Memorandum N< 34515s. from Khaskin, the temporary head of the Military Finance Directorate, to Baranov on agreement with a plan of the STO to allot a subsidy to Junkers for construction work. 90. 14.8.1925 Letter from P.N. Lunev, the military attach in Germany, to M.V. Frunze on the inspection by him of the Hertz optical factory and radio-telegraph equipment used by the Reichswehr. 91. 18.8.1925 Letter from P.N. Lunev to M.V. Frunze on the take-off of a Junkers A-20 airplane for a connection with Lipetsk; on the departure to Moscow of the representative of the firm Telefunken; and on [his] trip to Vienna. 92. 10.8.1925 Letter from P.N. Lunev to M.V. Frunze with information on German officers travelling to maneuvers in the USSR; on the participation of Soviet commanders in the Reichs- wehr's general maneuvers; and on business relations with the German firms Junkers and Mayer. 93. 20.10.1925 Survey of international relations in the Locarno period and on the position of the German delegation during talks with the allies' representatives. 94. 21.10.1925 Survey of the international situation before and after the Locarno Conference and striving by the German govern- ment for a decentralization of trade with the USSR. 95. 28.10.1925 Survey of the international situation after the Locarno Conference; of Germany's political and economic state; and of the tactics of the German government and the opposition. 96. 12.11.1925 Memo report from the concessionary department of the Directorate of the VVS to K.Ye. Voroshilov, Chairman of the RVS on the contract with Junkers; with attached information on the main disagreements between the drafts of the contract from the company and from Glavkontsesskom. 97. 4.11.1925 Memo report from Baranov to Voroshilov on the possibility of organizing production of metal airplanes at Junker's factory with the participation of Soviet specialists. 98. 24.11.1925 Report No. 96 from Voroshilov on the status of affairs with the airplane-building concessionary joint-stock company Junkers for the period 1924-1925 and the necessity for speeding up a decision on the contract with them. 99. 1925. Account of the official trip to Germany of I.P. Grave, professor at the Military- Technical Academy. 100. 1.3.1926 Memo report from K.Ye. Voroshilov to the Politburo on the necessity for abrogating the concessionary contract with Junkers, in view of the non-fulfillment of the commitments that they had made. 101. 10.3.1926 Report from R.A. Muklevich, Dep. Chief of the VVS, to L.D. Trotskii on the reasons for the abrogation of the contract with Junkers. 102. 13.3.1926 Letter from Ya.I. Alksnis to I.S. Unshlikht on the contract with Junkers. 103. 10.4.1926 Memo report from I.S. Unshlikht to the Politburo on the course of the talks with the Reichswehr. 104. 14.4.1926 Memo report from I.A. Khalepskii, Chief of the Military- Technical Directorate on the talks with Telefunken, Siemens and Zeiss. 105. 29.5.1926 Protocol of a meeting on the contract for 12 bombers ordered from Junkers. 106. 14.6.1926 Record of talks of I.S. Unshlikht with von Schlieben and Niedermeyer on the course of the collaboration. 107. 14.6.1926 Report from V.I. Zof, Chief and Commissar of the Naval Forces of the Red Army, to the RVS on a visit of Lenin- grad and Baltflot with foreign representatives. 108. No earlier Declaration from Baranov to Junkers' representatives on than willingness for collaboration with the firm and the need 15.6.1926 to speed up a decision on technical matters. 109. 16.6.1926 Report No. 161/ms. from V.I. Zof on the reception of German representatives Spindler and Koch. 110. 26.6.1926 Conclusion No.16/ss.from Baranov on the need to liquidate Junkers' concession. 111. 26.6.1926 Information No. 926s.from S.A. Mezheninov, assistant in the VVS, on the Junkers affair. 112. 28.7.1926 Summary of the most important questions connected with the liquidation of contractual relations with Junkers. 112a. 16.11.1926 Request from Akimov, Head of the 4th Branch of the STO Secretariat, to Oshlei in the RVS, to send all copies of agreements with the Germans dealing with the joint organization of military schools and the production of chemicals. 113. No earlier Letter from Unterman on the abrogation of the contract than with Bersol'. 25.11.1926 113a. 29.12.1926 Letter from Telefunken to Smirnov, Narkom USSR, on setting up broadcasting stations in the USSR. 113b. 1926 Report on talks with officials from the Reichswehr, including General Hasse and Major Senftleben, on Bersol, Dreise and other collaborative efforts. 114. 12.1.1927 Contract on the creation of a joint-stock Russian-German company Deruluft. 115. 22.1.1927 Memo report from the representative of the Junkers airplane-building factory to the Main Concessionary Committee in the SNK USSR on the drawing-up of an agreement concerning the abrogation of contracts. 116. 28.1.1927 Report from K.Ye. Voroshilov to the Politburo I.V. Stalin on the speeding up of the abrogation of the contract for the delivery of bombers with the German firm Junkers, in connection with the systematic non-fulfillment of their contractual obligations. 117. 3.2.1927 Information on talks with Junkers, prepared by S.A. Mezheninov, the Assistant Chief of the UVVS of the Red Army. 118. 11.2.1927 Report from Krasil'nikov and Svechnikov, instructors at the Frunze Military Academy, to Eideman, Chief of the Academy, on a trip to Germany. 119. 14.2.1927 Memorandum No. 010238 from S.S. Ioffe, Secretary of the Narkomvoenmor, to I.P. Tovstukh, Head of the Secret Department of the TsK VKP(b). With declaration of Trotskii. 120. 5.3.1927 Letter No. 532 from I.S. Unshlikht to Baranov on the conclusion of a contract with a German firm for the acquisition of 100 BMW-VI motors. 120a. 5.3.1927 Same as above. Copy of a copy. 120b. 10.3.1927 Letter No. 589 from I.S. Unshlikht to Kuibyshev, Chairman of the VSNKh and Tolokontsev, Chief of the VPU, on Bersol' and the need to organize the management of factories for producing poison gases. 121. 5.4.1927 Protocol from the general meeting of the stockholders and founders of the Russian-German joint-stock company Bersol' on its liquidation; with the attendance of I.S. Unshlikht. 121a. 10.10.1927 Letter to S.S. Ioffe on expenses incurred while in Germany. 122. 31.10.1927 Letter No. 021/ss. from S.S. Ioffe to the TsK VKP(b) medical commission on the assignment of the means for the medical treatment of Voroshilov's wife. 122a. 31.10.1927 Letter from Zatonskii to K.Ye. Voroshilov on his inspection of the Stalin Nitrate Factory and the unsatisfactory work done by the German firm Fischer. With memo No. 022/ss. from Lutunovskii. 123. 31.10.1927 Memo report No. 0427381/ss. from Ya.K. Berzin, Chief of the 4th Directorate of the Red Army Staff, to I.S. Unshlikht, Dep. Chairman of the RVS, on I.P. UborevichUs official trip to Germany. 124. No earlier Survey of foreign press given to Voroshilov's secretariat than by Ye.V. Stasov "German Press on the Military Danger, 6.1927 and on the USSR and on the VKP(b)". (Document is dated no later by its contents, since Trotskii was put out of the party at than the 15th Party Congress (Dec. 1927) and out of the 14.11.1927 Comintern at the 9th Plenum of the Comintern Executive Committee, formed 9-25 Feb. 1928). 125. 2.12.1927 Letter No. 054/ss. from K.Ye. Voroshilov to Lunev, the military attache in Germany on the necessity for bettering information on the current work. 126. 2.12.1927 Letter No. 055/ss. from K.Ye. Voroshilov to G.V. Chicherin on the need to receive permission from the German Minis- try of Foreign Affairs for I.P. Uborevich to remain in Germany for a longer period of time. 127. 16.12.1927 Letter No. 077/ss. from Voroshilov to Chicherin on the prolonging of I.P. Uborevich's stay in Germany. 128. 29.1.1928 Report from A.I. Mikoyan, the Narkom of Foreign Trade of the USSR, to the members of a commission dealing with economic talks with Germany on the "large program" of economic collaboration. 129. 28.2.1928 Note No. 0183 from K.Ye. Voroshilov to the Politburo I.V. Stalin with a request and proposal to consider joint official trips of Red Army and Reichswehr commanders to maneuvers. 130. 29.2.1928 Protocol of a meeting of a Politburo commission on economic talks with Germany; with a resolution on the continuation of the realization of the "large program" of collaboration. 131. 3.1928 Letter No. 0215/ss. from K.Ye. Voroshilov to N.N. Kres- tinskii, the ambassador to Germany, regarding the reception of German officers and the dispatching of Soviet commanders to Germany on maneuvers and exercises. 132. 16.5.1928 Report No. 4007041 from I.A. Khalepskii to I.S. Unshlikht on an official trip to Germany. 133. 22.5.1928 Note No. 0311/ss. from M.A. Antonov (at the disposal of the Chairman of the RVS) to Shaposhnikov, the Chief of the Red Army Staff, with an accompanying extract from a letter by I.P. Uborevich on the use of the Reichs- wehr's experience for the Red Army's military-technical equipment. 134. 31.5.1928 Note from Voroshilov to I.V. Stalin on the candidacy of the Red Army command staff who would be sent on official trips to maneuvers in Germany, and on admitting Reichswehr officers to maneuvers in the USSR. 135. 18.6.1928 Letter from I.P. Uborevich, the Force Commander of the MVO, from Berlin, to K.Ye. Voroshilov on the prolonging of work from May to June and on the program of trips to the field for June-August. 136. 11.7.1928 Letter No. 2335 from I.P. Uborevich to K.Ye.Voroshilov on his impressions of the disciplinary policies of the German Reichswehr. 137. 20, 25.7 Report Nos. 044735/ss., 01418/ss. from the Chief of the 1928 4th Directorate of the Red Army Staff to Voroshilov on the signing of an agreement with the German firm Walter [sp], with an enclosed letter to Malinovskii, Chairman of Osoaviakhim. 137a. 17.8.1928 Memorandum from Ya.I. Alksnis to Lorents in the NKID on the need to infrom the VVS sooner about planned overflights of Soviet territory by German pilots. 138. 20.8.1928 Letter from I.E. Yakir, Force Commander of the UVO, to Voroshilov on the course of studies of a group of Soviet commanders in Germany. 139. 19.9./8.11. Special Summary No. 3 from the Special Department of the 1928 UVO on the stay of German officers at the UVO maneuvers. 140. 19.9.1928 Special Summary No. 4 from the Special Department of the UVO on the stay at the UVO maneuvers of foreign officers, including those from the Reichswehr. No. 2977. 141. 13.11.1928 Cipher telegram No. 822 from I.S. Unshlikht to K.Ye Voroshilov on the approval of candidates for study at the Berlin Military Academy. 142. 9.12.1928 Letter No. 087508 from General Groener to Voroshilov on the removal of obstacles between the Reichswehr ministry and Metakhim in the delivery of ammunition. 143. 14.12.1928 Basic proposals and conditions of a report given by Ya.I. Alksnis, Dep. Chief of the VVS, at a meeting of the RVS on buying airplanes from the German firm Heinkel. 144. 14.12.1928 Extract from a protocol of a meeting of the RVS on a report by Ye.I. Alksnis; with a resolution on the purchase of airplanes from Heinkel. 145. 14.12.1928 Information from the Directorate of Affairs of the NKVM and the RVS on the purchase of Heinkel ND 37 fighter airplanes. 146. 24.12.1928 Report from Ya.K. Berzin to K.Ye. Voroshilov on the collaboration between the Red Army and the Reichswehr. 147. 1928 Instructions on the exchange of commanders from the Red Army and the German Reichswehr, sent to Voroshilov. 148. 3.1.1929 Report No. 1/ss. from I.P. Uborevich to K.Ye.Voroshilov on [his] official trip to Germany. 149. 21.1.1929 Letter from Berlin from A.I. Kork, military attache in Germany, to K.Ye. Voroshilov on the stay in Germany of Soviet specialists and commanders of the Red Army. 150. 26.1.1929 Letter from I.E.Yakir to K.Ye. Voroshilov on his stay in Germany. 151. 4,11,18.2 Reports from A.I. Kork to K.Ye. Voroshilov. 1929 152. 10.2.1929 Report No. 65/20ss. from Ya.M. Fishman, Chief of the Military Chemical Directorate of the Red Army, to K.Ye. Voroshilov on the results of an official trip by officials of the directorate to Germany. 153. 3.1929 Draft report from K.Ye. Voroshilov to the Politburo I.V. Stalin concerning a proposed sending of personnel by the German Reichswehr. Resolution of S.S. Kamenev. 153a. 8.4.1929 Report No. 11 on the official trip by several Soviet com- manders to Germany, including descriptions of various exercises held by the Reichswehr. With an attached draft contract proposal from the German firm Holzern-Grimma. 154. 10.4.1929 Memorandum No. 2292/55 from Shleifer, member of the board of the Narkomat of Trade of the USSR, to I.S. Unshlikht on the requests of the Narkomvoenmor [Voroshilov] for Heinkel airplanes and BMW motors. 155. 18.4.1929 Conclusion of the Military Department on proposals from Krupp. Resolution of B.M. Shaposhnikov. 156. 19.4.1929 Memorandum No. 65/25ss. from Ya.M. Fishman to K.Ye. Voroshilov on the preparation for the forthcoming arrival of a group of German specialists for chemical experiments. 157. 22.4.1929 Letter from A.I. Kork to K.Ye. Voroshilov on his trip to a metallurgical factory. 157a. 4.1929 Analysis of talks held with Krupp representatives con- cerning a proposed contract for the production of military equipment. 158. 20,22.5. Report No. 028605/ss. from B.M. Shaposhnikov to K.Ye. 1929 Voroshilov on the forthcoming official sending of Red Army commanders to Germany for the autumn of 1929; on the objectives for this trip; and on the composition of the group. 159. 31.5.1929 Memorandum No. I/132s. from I.S. Unshlikht to M.M. Litvinov, the NKID, with conclusions on the possible participation of German capital in the USSR's far eastern air service. 160. 5.9.1929 Record of K.Ye. Voroshilov's conversation with General Hammerstein and Colonel Khlental. 161. 30.11.1929 Dispatch from P.N. Lunev on the results of talks with Professor Schmidts. Contains marginal notes by I.P. Uborevich. 162. 3.12.1929 Extract from protocol No. 38 of a meeting of the RVS on the introduction into Red Army armaments of German motors. 163. 11.12.1929 Report from I.P. Uborevich, the Chief of Red Army Armaments, to K.Ye. Voroshilov on a conversation with General Ludwig. 164. 25.12.1929 Extract from a conversation of a representative of the Military Department with Niedermeyer. Contains marginal notes of I. Uborevich about [his] perusal [of this]. 165. 26.12.1929 Letter No. 126/g. from V.K. Putna, military attache in Germany, to K.Ye. Voroshilov on the invention by Professor Dornje [sp?] of an "airplane-ship" DO X. 166. 1930 List of Reichswehr officers present in the USSR during 1930 (drawn up by the 4th Directorate of the Red Army). 167. 1930 List of expenses for trips to Germany of Red Army commanders during 1930. 168. 9.1.1930 Letter No. 3/g. from V.K. Putna to K.Ye. Voroshilov on the activities of I.A. Khalepskii's commission in Germany and other questions. 169. 17.1.1930 Letter to I.P. Uborevich from a German firm (in German). 170. 24.1.1930 Memo report No. 028909/ss. from Ya.K. Berzin to K.Ye. Voroshilov on the necessity for regulating the pay of official representatives of the Red Army at the joint enterprises in Kazan and Lipetsk. 171. 25.1.1930 Record of a conversation of Berzin with General Ludwig on the organization in the USSR of the production of anti-aircraft guns. 172. 28.1.1930 Letter from Putna to Voroshilov on an inspection of a Thiell clock- and machine-building factory with the aim of organizing the production of fuses with a timing mechanism in the USSR. 173. 14.2.1930 Memo report from R.P. Eideman to I.P. Uborevich on the course of a conversation with Colonel Mittelberger con- cerning the cooperation of the two armies. 174. 16.2.1930 Letter from V.Kh. Tairov, the Dep. Chief of the 4th Directorate of the Red Army Staff, to K.Ye. Voroshilov with a petition about alloting duty-free or preferential tariffs (for the transport of baggage) to the Germans working at the joint enterprises in the USSR . 175. 21.2.1930 Report No. 029025/ss. from V.Kh. Tairov to Voroshilov with a request to indicate which line to hold in talks with the Germans concerning tank building. 176. 21.2.1930 Report No. 029024/ss. from Tairov to Voroshilov on the approval for a program of acquainting General Halm with the Red Army. 177. 30.2.1930 Extract from a recording of a conversation of Uborevich with Hammer. 178. 18.3.1930 Letter from Putna to Voroshilov on the worsening of relations with Germany and on the danger of an attack on the USSR. 179. 20.3.1930 Memo report No. 029157/ss. to Voroshilov on the acquainting of a group of Red Army officers with the means of communication of the Reichswehr. 179a. 27.3.1930 Report No. 1 from Berzin to Khalepskii, consisting of a copy of a letter from Braverman and Pavlovskii on their studies in Germany and travels to various military installations. 180. 27.3.1930 Letter from Putna to Voroshilov on the worsening of relations with Germany. 180a. 8.4.1930 Report No. 2 from Braverman and Pavlovskii (sent by Berzin to the Chief of the Directorate of Mechanization and Motorization [UMM]) on their tactical studies at a German military course. 181. 16.4.1930 Extract from a letter from Putna to Voroshilov on the complication of relations with Germany. 181a. 19.4.1930 Memo report No. 029330/ss. from Berzin to Uborevich with secret service information on Groener's order concerning National Socialist elements in the Reichswehr. 182. 28.4.1930 Memo report from management of the State Trust for Avi- ation Industry "Aviatrest" to the Directorate of Affairs of the RVS on technical collaboration with BMW, Gnomie Rohn, Heinkel, and with the design group Rieschor [sp.]. 182a. 28.4.1930 Protocol on the recall from Berlin of the military experts originally sent to Germany to oversee the disarming of the Reichswehr. With cover memo No. 715327 from Artuzov, Dep. Chief of the Foreign Section of the OGPU, to Voro- shilov. 182b. 28.4./1.5. Reports Nos. 4 and 5 from Braverman and Pavlovskii, 1930 sent to Kalinovskii in the UMM, on their stay in Germany. With a letter from Braverman and Pavlovskii on the same subject. 183. 8.5.1930 Report from Kurkov, Dep. Chief of the Naval Forces of d.117, the Red Army, to the Directorate of Affairs of the RVS on l.186 both sides. the extent of technical assistance from the firms Atlas Werke and Elektroakustik. 184. 15.5.1930 Report from Alksnis to Voroshilov (copies to Unshlikht, Shaposhnikov, Baranov, Uborevich and Berzin) on [his] participation in military-air games in the city of Beyreuth, Germany. 185. 17.5.1930 Letter from Ludwig to Uborevich on the question of technical assistance for the USSR. 186. 30.5.1930 Memo report from engineer Broverman to the Chief of the [UMM] on the arranging of educational matters at TEKO [the tank school at Kazan]. 186a. 21.6.1930 Letter from Lorents to Shtein (in the 2nd Western Section of the NKID) on his meeting with Regierungsrat Zabel. With a cover memo from L.P. Malinovskii to Voroshilov. 186b. 6.7.1930 Report No. 030345/ss. from Berzin to Voroshilov on a forthcoming trip by Kapit n Mller, an officer in the Reichswehr, to various military factories and institutions in the USSR. With a resolution by Voroshilov. 186c. 1.9.1930 Letter No. 57/ss. from A. Tomson, a commander in the VVS, to the Chief of the Foreign Section of the UVVS on the data for Heinkel 41 airplanes. With a cover memo. 187. 2.10.1930 Report from Alksnis to the Dep. Chairman of the RVS on a test by the VVS of a model of a motor with air cooling built by Siemens. 187a. 17.10.1930 Memo No. 5321/s. from Orlov, the Assistant Secretary of the RVS, to Alksnis, giving Uborevich's resolution on report No. 3230/s. from Alksnis. 187b. 13.11.1930 Memo report No. 031391 from Berzin to Uborevich on the German assessment of the Christie tank. 187c. 27.11.1930 Report No. 34/s. from G.V. Pavlovskii, Chairman of the 4th Section of the NTK UMM, to the Chairman of the NTK UMM on his assessment of the work being done at TEKO. 188. 1.12.1930 Protocol from the Bureau for International Accounts in the Currency Sector of the Narkom for Finance of the USSR. 189. 16.12.1930 Draft contract concerning the change of the Consortium Contract of Deruluft and on the concessionary terms of the operation of air lines by Deruluft. 190. 21.12.1930 Letter from Dr. Schkener, the manager of the firm Zeppelin "On the question of dirigible-building and air service using dirigibles of the Zeppelin type in Russia and Siberia". 191. 30.10.1930 Letter from Putna to Voroshilov on the possibility granted by General Hammerstein for studying staff work in the Reichswehr. 192. 5.1.1931 Memo report No. 031014/ss. from Berzin to Shaposhnikov concerning a question raised by the Currency Directorate of the NKF USSR on weapons that were seized by the Germans after the armistice at Brest. 193. 30.1.1931 Survey drawn up by a weapons department on tanks produced by Rheinmetall. In German. 194. 15.3.1931 Report No. G2058 on the results of the work done by the Tomka station, sent by the German representatives in accordance with a request by I.P. Uborevich, the Dep. Chairman of the RVS. In German. 195. 9.5.1931 Invitation to G.V. Akimov, professor at TsAGI, to take part in a congress of the German Bunsen Society and a German society of applied chemistry. 196. 17.5.1931 Report No. 452/s. from Ya.I. Alksnis to K.Ye.Voroshilov on the official sending of TsAGI engineers G.V. Akimov and V.O. Krening to a congress of the German Bunsen Society. 197. 26.5.1931 Letter No. Gn-5104 from V.K. Putna from 19 May 1931 to Uborevich on the work of a group of Soviet commanders. 198. 28.5.1931 Letter from a German engineer to I.P. Uborevich expres- sing [his] thanks. In German. 199. 4.6.1931 Letter No.147/31 from Yakovenko, the military attache in Germany, to Uborevich on a reception with General Adam and on conversations with General Hammerstein. 200. 5.6.1931 Letter No. 148/31 from Yakovenko to Uborevich on a conversation with General Hammer. 201. 8.6.1931 Letter from A.I. Yegorov, the Chief of Staff, to Voroshi- lov with a request to invite two officers of the Reichswehr General Staff as instructors in the military academy. 202. 11.6.1931 Information No. 20/872s. from V.M. Gittis, the plenipo- tentiary of the Narkomvoenmor at the Narkomvneshtorg of the USSR to A.G. Orlov (in the Directorate of Affairs of the RVS) on orders for Heinkel ND55 airplanes. 203. 13.6.1931 Information from N. Fedorov, Chief of the UVVS of the Red Army to O. Urusov, the Head of the 1st Sector of the Directorate of Affairs of the NKVM and RVS on the order for Heinkel ND-37 fighter airplanes. 204. 15.6.1931 Letter No. 151/31 from Yakovenko to Tukhachevskii, the Dep. Chairman of the RVS, on the military-political situation in Germany and on a visit of a group of Soviet military specialists with generals of the Reichswehr. 205. 18.6.1931 Dispatch No. G-1189 from Ya.K. Berzin to Voroshilov with the gist of an extract from a letter by Yakovenko. 206. 2.7.1931 Letter from V.K. Putna to K.Ye. Voroshilov on the official trip to the Reichswehr maneuvers of a group of Red Army commanders. 207. 28.7.1931 Document in German. [doc. 210 placed here also] 208. 1.8.1931 Letter No.159/31 from Yakovenko from 1 August on Germany's foreign and domestic situation. 209. 21.8.1931 Information No. 01464/ss. on the unsettled question of the line on the delivery of armaments; directed to Yefimov, Dep. Chief of Armaments. 210. 22.8.1931 Document in German. [placed with doc. 207] 211. 30.8.1931 Extract from letter No.165/31 from Yakovenko on the invitation of a German delegation to the UVO maneuvers. 212. 30.8.1931 Extract from letter No.165/31 from Yakovenko on the results of a trip by the Reichswehr for firing practice. . 213. 13.9.1931 Training account No.2 from the Chief of the tank course at Kazan to M.N. Tukhachevskii on the results of Soviet- German studies during the summer. No. Gik-4283ss. 214-5. 22.9.1931 Extract from letter No.171/31 from Yakovenko on the advisability of General Adam coming to the USSR. l.288 both sides. Certified copy. 216. 25.9.1931 Copy of report No.G-7154s/s. on the results of an official op. 14, d. 393, trip to the Reichswehr of B.S. Gorbachev, Corps ll. 111-124. Certified Commander-Commissar in the BUZ MVO. copy. 217. 3.10.1931 Report No. G-7156s. from B.N. Ushinskii, instructor at KUKS "Vystrel" to K.Ye. Voroshilov on the results of an official trip to a unit of the German Reichswehr. Copy. 218. 8.10.1931 Protocol No. 10/1087 from the commission for the authorization of foreign flight through the USSR on the flight of German pilot Ellie Beinhorn [sp]. Certified copy. 219. 30.10.1931 Report from Yefimov, Dep. Chief of Armaments, to K.Ye. Voroshilov on the course of fulfilling the contract with Rheinmetall. 220. 11.1931 Information about the talks of Soviets and Germans concerning the work by Soviet-German enterprises; compiled from the principal talks of the leadership of the NKVM and the Reichswehr. 221. 11.1931 Report from Berzin on the results of the work at the joint enterprises at Kazan, Lipetsk and at the Tomka station. 222. 10.11.1931 Information about M.N. Tukhachevskii's reception with the German officers Adam, Kstring, Hofmeister and Manstein. 223. 19.11.1931 Record of K.Ye. Voroshilov's conversation with General Adam, the Chief of Staff of the Reichswehr, on the military collaboration. 224. 8.12.1931 Letter No. 04237/ss. from General Adam to Voroshilov on his impressions of the trip to army units. Original in German with trans. 225. 11.12.1931 Record No. 514611 of conversations of K.Ye. Voroshilov, M.N. Tukhachevskii and A.I. Yegorov with von Dirksen, the German ambassador. 226. 23.12.1931 Short description of Wilhelm Adam, Chief of the Truppen- amt, compiled by the Officer for Foreign Dealings of the NKVM; with G.M. Shtern's personal impressions of Adam. 227. 1931 Excerpts from the letters of Red Army commanders who were sent on official trips to Germany on [their] partici- pation in studies (used by K.Ye. Voroshilov in his speech). On the documents are the marginal notes of K.Ye. Voroshilov. 228. 5.1.1932 Memo report No. G-35/s. from Roizenman, member of the Presidium of the TsK VKP(b) to Voroshilov on the collaboration with Heinkel. 229. 4.1.1932 Report No. 6/12627/ss. from Rogovskii, Artillery Inspec- tor addressed to Voroshilov with a petition for a group of officers to be sent to Germany on official trips. 230. 5.2.1932 Record of a conversation of S.I. Ventsov with Generals Blomberg and Schnheitz [sp.]. 230a. 4.3.1932 Report No. 900721 from Griaznov, Dep. Chief of the UMM, to Voroshilov on the results of 3 years of work at TEKO. 230b. 3.4.1932 Memo from Antonov, Secretary of the Chairman of the RVS [Voroshilov], to Postyshev, in the TsK VKP(b), requesting the approval of a trip to Germany of Berezkin, a very ill commissar. 230c. 6.4.1932 Memo from P. Smirnov, Dep. Inspector of the Red Army Naval Forces, to Medved', Chief of the Special Department of the Leningrad Oblast' OGPU, requesting a passport for his wife so that she would be able to travel to Germany for medical treatment unavailable in the USSR. 230d. 11.4.1932 Note No. 785/s. from the Secretary of Pravda to Voroshilov requesting instructions for the handling of money collected for the fund for "Pravda" tanks. 230e. 22.4.1932 Memo report No. 180s/s. from Voroshilov to Postyshev requesting more money for the treatment in Berlin of Berezkin's tuberculosis. 230f. 25.4.1932 Information No. 167325 from the Assistant Chief of the UMM on how to transfer the money collected by Pravda for the tanks named after the newspaper. 230g. 29.4.1932 Memo report No. 190s/s. from Voroshilov to Stalin assessing the results of a trip to Germany made by Petrenko, the Dep. Chief of the Technical Staff and Chief of Armaments. 230h. 17.6.1932 Letter No. 16s. from Voroshilov to the TsK VKP(b) requesting permission for Ie.G. Smirnova, the wife of Smirnov (Dep. Inspector of the Navy), to travel to Germany for medical treatment. 231. 14.7.1932 Note from Ya.B. Gamarnik to I.V. Stalin with a petition for sending Red Army commanders to the Military Academy (of Germany). 232. 28.7.1932 Letter from K.Ye. Voroshilov to Piatakov, Dep. Narkomtiazhprom on the necessity to remove the Czech specialists from Lipetsk. 232a. 2.8.1932 Memo report No. 594/54 from Loganovskii, Dep. Narkom- vneshtorg, to Voroshilov outlining some problems at Kazan and Lipetsk. 232b. 15.10.1932 Cover memo No. 407 from Voroshilov to Stalin for a report by Tukhachevskii on his trip to Germany. 233. 14.11.1932 Report from M.N. Tukhachevskii to K.Ye. Voroshilov on the results of his trip to Germany. 234. 28.10.1932 Letter from the commander of the UVO to K.Ye. Vorshi- lov on the need to send P.P. Lebedev, the former Chief of the Red Army Staff, on an official trip to Germany for medical treatment. 235. 5.11.1932 Letter from Voroshilov to Stalin with a request to approve the official trip of two Red Army commanders to Germany. 236. 21.1.1933 Biographical information No. 2013 for Colonel Hartmann, the Reichswehr military attache. 237. 2.3.1933 Program speech No. 58820 of A. Hitler. 238. 17.3.1933 Letter No. 2-7040 from M.K. Levandovskii to K.Ye. Voroshilov on his official trip to Germany. 239. 3.4.1933 Record of a conversation between N.N. Krestinskii, von Dirksen and Hartmann. 240. 18.4.1933 Report from V.N. Levichev to K.Ye. Voroshilov on an inspection of educational institutions of the Reichswehr. 240a. 25.4.1933 Record of a conversation between V.N. Levichev and Colonel Schmidt, Chief of the Germany Military Academy. 241. 8.6.1933 Record of talks with representatives of the Red Army (material from the German military attache). 242. 13.6.1933 Letter No. G-1043 from V.N. Levichev from Germany. 243. 22.6.1933 Field trip conducted for those on official trips from the Reichswehr in 1933. No. 59562ss/III. 244. 19.6.1933 Letter from V.N. Levichev from Germany. 245. 26.6.1933 Memo report No. 4175 from Hartmann to K.Ye. Voroshilov on the liquidation of the "friends'" enterprises at Lipetsk (also in German). 245a. 19.7.1933 Report from Levandovskii entitled "On certain political attitudes within the Reichswehr and certain elements of political work in the Academy during our stay in Germany". 245b. 19.7.1933 Report from Levandovskii to Voroshilov on his stay in Germany. 245c. 19.7.1933 Letter from V.N. Levichev to Voroshilov on observations made during his continuing stay with the Reichswehr. 246. 29.7.1933 List No. 412 of property from the Kazan and Lipetsk sta- tions liable for return transport to Germany. 247. 3.8.1933 List No. 4191 of property which ought to be sent from the USSR to Germany in connection with the liquidation of the "friends'" station at Tomka. 248. 9.8.1933 Message from Hartmann on the refusal to allow German officers to come to exercises of Red Army units. 248a. 14.8.1933 Memo report from Berzin to Voroshilov on the progress made in liquidating the Kazan station. 249. 17.8.1933 Reception of von Dirksen (from the diary of N.N. Krestinskii). 250. 4.9.1933 Information No. 60031 ss/III. on Soviet-German relations. 250a. 20.9.1933 Report describing the viewpoint of Hartmann on relations between the USSR and Germany. Translated from German and sent by Berzin to Tukhachevskii. 251. 26.9.1933 Extract from a report from General Bockelberg on [his] trip through the USSR, 8-28 May 1933. 252. 8.10.1933 Information No. 60237 on Germany's foreign political situation. 252a. 8.10.1933 Memo report No. G-2068 from Berzin to Voroshilov with a request by Hartmann to present a letter to Voroshilov from General Blomberg. With a resolution by Voroshilov. 252b. 10.1933 The letter itself, translated from German, expressing Blomberg's opinions about the need for continued good relations between the Reichswehr and the Red Army. 253. 14.10.1933 Memo report No. 4234 from Ya.K. Berzin to K.Ye. Voro- shilov on the course of the liquidation of the "friends'" enterprises at Tomka, Lipetsk and Kazan. 254. 29.11.1933 Reception of Nadolny, the German ambassador (from the diary of N.N. Krestinskii). 255. 9.12.1933 Translation of a report from Hartmann on the Red Army. 256. 13.12.1933 Secret service material No. 05 224 ss. on the technical and numerical expansion of the Reichswehr. 256a. 1933 Extract from a telegram from "Wolf". 256b. 1933 Translation of General von Seeckt's article "Germany between West and East". 257. 31.12.1933 Official account for 1933 from the plenipotentiary repre- sentative of the USSR in Germany. 258. 1.1934 Material in German. 258a. 17.9.1935 Letter from the Trade Delegation of the USSR in Germany giving the data for an order from the Nederlandsche Handel Maatschappij. 258b. 3.2.1936 Invoice from Nederlandsche Technische Handel Maat- schappij to the Trade Delegation of the USSR in Germany Original listing various pieces of equipment and prices. In German. 259. ?/1938 Two lists of Red Army commanding officers who made official trips to or through Germany.