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Register of the Poland. Ambasada (Soviet Union) records, 1941-1944
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Boxes 1-3

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE FILE, 1941-1943

Scope and Contents note

Circulars, instructions, orders, plans, and proposals, arranged by type of document.
Box 1

General, 1941-1942

Box 2

Circulars, instructions, and orders, 1941-1942

 

Instructions and orders, 1941-1943

 

Personnel records, 1941-1943

 

Plans and proposals, 1941-1943

Box 3

Plans and proposals, 1941-1943

Boxes 3-19

OFFICE FILE OF THE CONSULAR LEGAL DEPARTMENT, 1941-1944

Scope and Contents note

Reports, lists, questionnaires, card files, and petitions, arranged alphabetically by subject.
Box 3

General

 

Administration

 

Citizenship and passportization

 

General

 

Foreign citizenship

 

General

Box 4

Czech

 

Soviet

 

United States

 

Polish citizenship

 

Questionnaires and lists

 

Questionnaires and lists

Box 5

Polish passportization

Box 6

Polish passportization

 

Soviet passportization

 

Registration

Box 7

Registration

 

Deportations

 

General

 

Lists of deportees

 

General

 

As of December 30, 1942

 

Residence applications

 

Interventions

 

General

Box 8

Arrests after amnesty

 

Courts, Soviet

Box 9

Property

 

Correspondence

 

Lists

Box 10

Reports

 

Miscellaneous

 

Labor camps, settlements, and prisons

 

General

 

List

 

Legalizations

 

General

Box 11

Certificates and lists

 

Extracts

 

Deaths

 

General

Boxes 12-13

Card file

Box 14

List

Box 15

Notes

 

Miscellaneous

 

Nationalities

 

General

 

Lists and petitions

 

Reports

 

Central European Federation

 

Eastern question

Box 16

Internal affairs

 

Jews

 

Polskie Sily Zbrojne (PSZ) (Polish Armed Forces)

 

General

 

Berling, Colonel Zygmunt, Polish military units formed by under Soviet authorities, report, 1944 June 5

 

Financial and personnel matters

Box 17

Griazovets camp, prisoners of war and internees (as of August 3, 1941) at, list

 

Kalwaria camp (Lithuania), officers interned at

 

Koltubanka and Totskoe labor camps (Orenburg, formerly Chkalov, region), Polish citizens at

 

Prisoners of war, missing (Kozel'sk, Starobelsk and Ostashkov camps), list, 1941 December

 

Railway workers, 1941-1942

 

Red Army, Poles in

Box 18

Service, military

 

Laws on universal military service obligation

 

Release and deferment, etc.

 

Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), official relations with

 

Women volunteers, questionnaires

Box 19

Miscellaneous contracts, lists, correspondence, etc.

 

Prisoners of war

 

General

 

Lists

 

Searches

 

Visas

Box 19

OFFICE FILE OF THE FINANCIAL DEPARTMENT, 1941-1944

Scope and Contents note

Reports, accounts, and inventory, arranged alphabetically by type of document.
Box 19

General

 

Biurobin (Foreigners' Service Office) accounts, 1941-1944

 

Informational materials

 

Budget

 

Inventory

 

Reports

 

1941 August 7 - 1943 May 12

 

1943 January 1

Boxes 19-24

OFFICE FILE OF THE POLITICAL-INFORMATIONAL DEPARTMENT, 1928-1943

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, reports, protocols, lists, and clippings, arranged alphabetically by type of document.
 

General

Box 19

Matusinski affair

Box 20

Polish-Soviet Agreement, 1941

 

Press and radio

 

Sikorski, General Wladyslaw, visit of

 

USSR

 

Antisemitism, report

 

Officials (party and government)

 

Comintern, report and lists, 1928

 

Communist Party of the Soviet Union Central Committee, list, 1928(?)

 

Government, Council of People's Commissars, list, 1928(?)

 

Government, Party, and Comintern, table, 1928(?)

Box 21

Circulars

 

Clippings

 

Polish-Soviet Declaration of Friendship and Mutual Aid, signing of, 1941

 

Various

 

Correspondence, 1941-1943

 

Indices of correspondence

 

General

 

1941 September 9 - 1942 December 31

 

1941-1942

Box 22

Courier post

 

Ministerstwo Spraw Zagranicznych (Ministry of Foreign Affairs), 1941-1942

 

Narodnyi komissariat po inostrannym delam (NKID) (People's Commissariat of Foreign Affairs)

 

Received

 

Sent

 

1942 January 3 - 1942 December 30

Box 23

1942 January 8 - 1943 April 26

 

1943 January 8 - 1943 April 20

 

Newspaper issue, Pravda, 1929 March 3

 

Notes received by the Ambassador, Kuibyshev, 1942

 

Protocols, 1941-1943

 

Conversations with NKID, folder 1

 

Conversations with NKID, folder 3

 

Conversations with NKID, folder 4

Box 24

Reports received from and sent to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 1941-1942

 

Miscellaneous

Boxes 24-52

OFFICE FILE OF THE SOCIAL WELFARE DEPARTMENT, 1941-1944

Scope and Contents note

Reports, testimonies, protocols, lists, certificates, card files, questionnaires, and photographs, arranged alphabetically by type of document.
 

Subject file

 

Children

Box 24

Culture and education

 

Deportation and life in USSR

Box 25

Evacuation

 

Delegations, Embassy Social Welfare Department

 

Arkhangel'sk region

 

Arkhangel'sk

Box 26

Arkhangel'sk

 

Kotlas

 

Arkhangel'sk and Vologda regions

Box 27

European Russia

 

Kazakh Soviet Socialist Republic

Box 28

General

 

Dzhambul

 

Kirov, Molotov, and Krasnoiarsk

Box 29

Krasnoiarsk Territory

 

Novosibirsk and Altai regions

 

Primor'e (Maritime Territory), Vladivostok

 

General

 

Calendar of documents

Box 30

Correspondence

 

Lists, prisoners of war

 

Notebooks

Box 31

Notebooks

 

Siberia

 

Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic, Samarkand, Tashkent, etc.

 

General

Box 32

General

 

Deportations

Box 33

General

Box 34

History

 

Discipline

 

Finances

 

General

 

Allowances for individuals

 

Budget Commission

Box 35

Budget, monthly

 

Grants-in-aid

 

Individual aid

 

Legal affairs

 

Liquidation of delegations

Box 36

Personnel

 

Applications for employment

 

Arrests, 1942

 

Deportation and evacuation from USSR, 1942

 

Red Cross

 

Religious life of Polish citizens in USSR

Box 37

Soldiers' families

 

Aid

 

Evacuation

 

Stroibatal'iony (Construction Battalions) and Red Army, Polish citizens in

Box 38

Stroibatal'iony (Construction Battalions) and Red Army, Polish citizens in

 

Miscellaneous

Boxes 39-40

Card files, Embassy social welfare representatives and delegations

Box 41

Certificates

 

1941-1942

 

1942

 

Correspondence, 1941-1942

 

Graphs

 

Lists

 

Children and orphans, numbers and distribution of (as of April 25, 1943)

 

Deportees, numbers and distribution of

 

Evacuees

 

Social welfare establishments

 

As of December 1, 1942

 

As of February 15, 1943

 

As of February 16, 1943

Box 42

Notes on telephone conversations, 1941-1943

 

Photographs, women deportees, Komi A.S.S.R.

 

Letka region

 

Syktyvkar region

 

Questionnaires, religious life of Polish citizens in USSR

 

Registers

 

Children, transport of

Box 43

Social welfare establishments

Box 44

Social welfare establishments

 

Reports

 

General

 

1941-1943

 

1941 November 1 - 1943 February 15

 

1942 December

 

1942-1943

 

1943 March 16

 

Calculation of number of deportees, 1943 June 14

 

Deportees, conditions of life of

 

North and Central European Russia (Kuibyshev), 1943 April 10

 

Ural region-Chelabinsk and Sverdlovsk regions

 

Uzbek and Turkmen SSR

 

Fergana Valley, Surkhandar'ia region and Stalinabad

 

Karaganda, Akmolinsk and Kustanai regions (Kuibyshev), 1943 August 30

Box 45

Kazakh SSR, 1943 April 3

 

Kirghiz and South and Central Kazakh SSR, 1943 March

 

Finances

 

"Individual Aid from the Polish Embassy in the USSR for Polish Citizens" (Tehran), 1943 July 17

 

Liquidation of delegations, 1942 October 30

 

Relief from abroad

 

Religious life and clergy, 1943 August 14

 

Social welfare representatives, Ural region, evaluations of

 

Transport and supply

 

General

 

"Soviet Allotments of Food and Manufactured Goods for the Polish Population and the Welfare Establishments" (Tehran), 1943 July 28

 

Transport Department

 

Testimonies

 

Adults

Box 46

Bialystok Province

 

Lwow Province

 

Nowogrod Province

Box 47

Polesie Province

 

Stanislawow Province

 

Tarnopol Province

 

Wolyn Province

Box 48

Wolyn Province

 

Various

 

Children

Box 49

Bialystok Province

 

Lwow Province

 

Nowogrodek Province

 

Polesie Province

 

Stanislawow Province

 

Tarnopol Province

Box 50

Warsaw Province

 

Wilno Province

 

Wolyn Province

 

Various delegations

 

Testimonies and protocols of the Investigative Commission of the Polish Ministry of Justice, Tehran, 1943-1944

Box 51

Akmolinsk delegation

 

Alma-Ata delegation

 

Ashkhabad delegation

 

Barnaul delegation

 

Chelabinsk delegation

 

Chimkent delegation

 

Chkalov (now Orenburg) delegation

 

Dzhambul delegation

 

Kirov delegation

 

Krasnoiarsk delegation

 

Kustanai delegation

 

Pavlodar delegation

 

Petropavlovsk delegation

 

Samarkand delegation

 

Semipalatinsk delegation

Box 52

Syktyvkar delegation

 

Various delegations

Boxes 52-54

CORRESPONDENCE, 1941-1943

Scope and Contents note

Official correspondence of the Polish Embassy in Moscow and Kuibyshev, including correspondence of Ambassadors Stanislaw Kot and Tadeusz Romer, arranged alphabetically by name of principal correspondent and preceded by registers of correspondence for August 1941 through December 1942.
Box 52

Registers of correspondence

 

1941 August 19 - 1941 December 31

 

1942 January 1 - 1942 July 17

 

1942 July 17 - 1942 December 31

Box 53

Kot, Ambassador Stanislaw, official correspondence, Moscow, 1941-1942

 

Ministerstwo Pracy i Opieky (Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare), London, correspondence with, Kuibyshev, 1942-1943

 

Narodnyi komissariat po inostrannykh delam (NKID) (People's Commissariat of Foreign Affairs), correspondence with, Kuibyshev, 1942

 

Letters sent

 

Letters received

 

Romer, Ambassador Tadeusz, official correspondence, Kuibyshev, 1942-1943

 

Letters sent and received, 1942

 

Letters received, 1942-1943

Box 54

Various correspondence

 

1942

 

1942-1943

Box 54

MAPS, undated

Scope and Contents note

Arranged alphabetically by title.
Box 54

"Deportations of Polish Citizens from Territories Occupied by the Soviet Union from 1939-1941"

 

"Distribution of Polish Citizens Released by the Soviet Authorities after the Conclusion of the Polish-Soviet Agreement of the July 30th [sic] 1941"

 

"Mapa Specjalna Rozmieszczenia Ludnosci Polskiej w Z.S.S.R." ("Special Map of the Distribution of the Polish Population in the U.S.S.R.")

 

"Settlements of Polish Citizens Deported from Poland by the Soviet Union during the Period 1939-1941"

 

"Soviet Empire in Europe and Asia"

Box 54

MISCELLANY, undated

Boxes 55-58

UNSORTED MATERIAL, undated

Map case

OVERSIZE MATERIAL, undated

Scope and Contents note

Original, hand-made map of Soviet forced labor camps and prisons from which Polish citizens were released between 1941 and 1943.
Box 58

DECLASSIFIED U.S. GOVERNMENT RECORDS, 1941-1942

Scope and Contents note

Formerly security-classified records of the U.S. government, released in full or in part. Includes some interfiled, unclassified government records. Arranged chronologically by date of release by Hoover, then chronologically thereunder by date of creation.
Box/Folder 58 : 6

2016 January release of records, 1941-1942

Scope and Contents note

Consists of the following:
Statement by the Polish government, in French, 7 July 1941 [originally in box 20].
List, "Stores for the Polish Forces - Arriving in Russia in Convoy P.Q.1," 29 September 1941 [originally in box 38].
Letter from Monsieur L. Baggallay, H.Ms British Embassy, regarding Latvians deported to Russia, 4 February 1942 [originally in box 21].
Telegram from British Military Mission, Moscow, 19 March [1942] and Aide Memoire from the British Military Mission attaching "Notes by British Chiefs of Staff Regarding the Polish Forces in Russia," 28 November 1941 [originally in box 16].
Statement regarding Polish-Soviet relations, in French, 27 July 1942 [two copies, one originally in box 3, the other originally in box 36].