Register of the Aleksei Aleksandrovich Fon-Lampe Papers, 1918-1926

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Register of the Aleksei Aleksandrovich Fon-Lampe Papers, 1918-1926

Hoover Institution Archives

Stanford University

Stanford, California

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  • Hoover Institution Archives
  • Stanford University
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Processed by:
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Date Completed:
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© 1998 Hoover Institution Archives. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Aleksei Aleksandrovich Fon-Lampe Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1918-1926
Collection number: 28003
Creator: Fon-Lampe, A. A.
Collection Size: 10 manuscript boxes (4.2 linear feet)
Repository: Hoover Institution Archives
Stanford, California 94305-6010
Abstract: Correspondence, reports, memoranda, orders, newsletters, clippings, leaflets, maps, pamphlets, and printed matter, relating to operations of the offices of the Russian Military Agent in Germany and the Russian Military Representative to Hungary, Russian counterrevolutionary activities, political events in Russia, and activities of Russian civilians and military personnel in Europe. Includes the office files of the delegation of the Russian Society of the Red Cross for Relief to Prisoners of War, 1919-1922.
Language: Russian.

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Acquired by the Hoover Institution Archives in 1928.

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Access Points

Rossiiskoe obshchestvo krasnogo kresta.
Russia (Territory under White armies, 1918-1920). Armiia--Officers.
Russia (Territory under White armies, 1918-1920). Dobrovol'cheskaia armiia.
Vooruzhennye Sily na IUgie Rossii.
Prisoners of war.
Refugees.
Russians in foreign countries.
Soviet Union.
Russia (Federation)
Soviet Union--History--Revolution, 1917-1921.

Biographical Note

1885 Born, Lithuania
1903 Graduated from Russian Military Academy
1903-1917 Served in Tsarist army
1921-1926 Military Representative of the Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Army to the Government of Hungary
1922-1926 Russian Military Agent in Germany Chief of the Second Division of R.O.V.S. (Russkii Obshe-Voinskii Soiuz)
1945-1948 Head of local unit of French Red Cross, Lake Constance
1960 Died

Series Description

Box No. 1-7.

Office File Of The Russian Military Agent In Germany, 1918-1926

Scope and Content Note

Announcements, circulars, correspondence, financial statements and receipts, information bulletins, memoranda, notes, orders, reports and staff lists, arranged as listed. Constitutes the files of General Nikolai A. Monkewitz (June-August 1919); Colonel Alexander F. Brant (mid-1919 to early 1920); Lieutenant-General Ivan A. Holmsen (early 1920 to mid-1922); and Colonel Alexei A. von Lampe (mid-1922 to 1926). Includes letters and orders signed by Generals Nikolai N. Yudenitch, A. E. Denikin, P. N. Wrangel, P. A. Kusonskii, E. K. Miller, and P. N. Shatilov.
Box No. 8-9.

Office File of the Russian Military Representative to the Government of Hungary, 1921-1926

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, financial statements, orders, and staff lists, arranged as listed. con-stitutes the files of Esaul Vladimir A. Ilawaisky, Assistant To The Military Representative to the Government of Hungary, and Colonel Alexei A. Von Lampe, who simultaneously held the posts of Military Agent in Germany and mIlitary Representative To The Government Of Hungary. Includes letters and orders signed by Generals P A. Kusonskii, E. K. Miller, and I. A. Holmsen.
9-10.

Office File of the Delegation of the Russian Society Of The Red Cross for Relief to Prisoners-of-War, 1919-1922

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, arranged alphabetically by last name of correspondent or name of organization. General Dmitri N. Potosky was chief of the delegation from January to May 1919, after which its functions were assumed by the Russian Military Mission in Germany.
Box No. 10.

Subject File, 1919-1926

Scope and Content Note

Letters, newspaper clippings, reports, communiques, pamphlets, leaflets, maps, lists, newsletters, and information bulletins, arranged alphabetically by subject.

Container List

 

OFFICE FILE OF THE RUSSIAN MILITARY AGENT IN GERMANY, 1918-1926

Box 1.

Announcements, 1925

 

Circulars, 1919-1926

 

Correspondence, 1919-1926

 

General, 1919-1925

 

Unidentified, 1919-1925

 

Al'tfater, Major-General D., 1921

 

Avalov, Prince Pavel M., 1919-1924

 

Banque J. Xydias, 1922-1923

 

Bioro po Dielam Russkikh Biezhentsev v Baden-Baden (Bureau for the Affairs of Russian Emigres in Baden-Baden), 1922

 

Bioro Russkoi Pechati v Konstantinopol (Bureau of the Russian Press in Constantinople), 1920-1921

 

Brant, Colonel Alexander F., 1920-1922

 

British Military Mission, Berlin, 1919

 

Brun, Leonid A., 1923

 

Deutsches Rotes Kreuz (German Red Cross), 1926

 

French Embassy in Germany, 1920

 

Glavnoupolnomochennyi Glavnokomanduiushchavo Voorzhennymi Silami Iuga Rossii po Voennym i Morskim Dielam (Chief Representative of the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces in South Russia for Military and Naval Affairs), 1920-1926

 

Materials issued by the Russian Military Mission in Germany and received by the Chief Representative, 1920-1924

 

Materials issued by the Chief Representative and recieved by the Russian Military Mission in Germany, 1920-1926

 

1920

 

1921

 

1922

 

1923

 

1923-1926

 

Globachev, Major-General N. (General of the Volunteer Army; Representative Conducting Negotiations for the Evacuation of Prisoners-of-War from Poland), 1919

 

Golovine, General N., 1926

 

Informatsionnaia Gruppa "D i L" (Information Group "D and L"), 1922-1923

 

Interallied Commission for the Repatriation of Russian Prisoners-of-War, 1919

 

Josefovich, Yakov D., 1924-1926

 

Kartashev, Colonel Peter V. (Leader of the Cossacks in Germany), 1922-1924

 

Khomutov, Colonel A., 1920

 

Kondzerovsky, Lieutenant-General Peter K., 1925

 

Kovenskoe Obshchestvo Vzaimopomoshchi Invalidov i Voennosluzhashchikh byvshei Rossiiskoi Armii (Kovensky Mutual Aid Society for Invalids and Former Servicemen of the Russian Army), 1924-1925

 

Krasnov, General Peter N., 1920-1922

 

Kriudner-Struve, Baron Alexander A., 1924-1925

 

Kutepov, General Alexander P., 1923-1926

 

Lager' Viunsdorf (Camp Wuensdorf), 1919-1922

 

Legation Royale de Hongrie (Royal Legation in Hungary), 1922

 

Lillienberg, Baron Fr. Abele von, 1922-1925

 

Lloyds National Provincial Foreign Bank Ltd., 1924

 

Makhrov, Major-General Peter S., 1922-1924

 

Military Agent in Belgium, 1919-1922

 

Military Agent in Bulgaria, 1922

 

Military Agent in Czechoslovakia, 1919-1924

 

Military Agent in Denmark, 1919-1926

 

Materials issued by the Russian Military Mission in Germany and received by the Military Agent in Denmark, 1919-1924

 

Materials issued by the Military Agent in Denmark and received by the Russian Military Mission in Germany, 1919-1926

 

1919

Box 2.

1920

 

1921

 

1922

 

1923

 

1924

 

1925

 

1926

 

Military Agent in Great Britian, 1919

 

Military Agent in the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, 1920-1924

 

Military Agent in Poland, 1919-1920

 

Military Agent in Sweden and Norway, 1919-1924

 

Military Agent in Switzerland, 1919-1920

 

Military Agent in Turkey, 1920-1923

 

Miller, Lieutenant-General Yevgeny K., 1922-1926

 

Materials issued by the Russian Military Mission in Germany and received by the office of General Miller, 1922-1926

 

Materials issued by the office of General Miller and recieved by the Russian Military Mission in Germany, 1922-1924

 

Ministr Inostrannykh Diel (Minister of Foreign Affairs, Russia), 1919-1920

 

Mission Militaire Francaise (French Military Mission, Berlin), 1919

 

Oldenburg, Sergei S., 1923

 

Pervyi Armeiskii Korpus (First Army Corps), 1924-1926

 

Politicheskaia Kantselliariia Glavnokomanduiushchavo (Political Office of the Commander-in-Chief), 1922-1925

 

Pravlenie Soiuza Vzaimopomoshchi byvshykh Ofitserov Rossiiskikh Armii i Flota (Directorate of the Mutual Aid Association of Former Officers of the Russian Army and Navy), 1921-1926

 

Pravlenie Soiuza Vzaimopomoshchi Sluzhivshikh v Rossiiskom Flotie (Mutual Aid Association of Veterans of the Russian Navy), 1924-1926

Box 3.

Predsiedatel' Tsentra Ob"edinennykh Obshchestvennykh Sibirskikh Organizatsii (Chairman of the Center for the United Siberian Voluntary Organizations), 1919

 

Predsiedatel' Vysshavo Monarkhicheskavo Sovieta (Chairman of the Supreme Monarchist Council), 1922-1925

 

Reichministerium des Innern (German Ministry of the Interior), 1920-1922

 

Representative of Ataman Semenov in Germany, 1920

 

Representative of Prince Kiril, 1922-1923

 

Rode, V. P., 1922-1926

 

Ronzhin, Lieutenant-General Ivan A., 1921-1925

 

Rul' (periodical), 1922-1926

 

Russkii Akademicheskii Soiuz v Germanii (Russian Academic Association in Germany), 1924-1926

 

Russkii Komitet o Biezhentsakh v Bavarii (Russian Committee for Emigres in Bavaria), 1922-1924

 

Russkii Komitet v Varshavie (Russian Committee in Warsaw), 1923

 

Rossiiskoe Predstavitel'stvo v Germanii (Russian Delegation in Germany), 1920-1926

 

Rossiiskaia Voennaia Missiia - Grazhdanskii Otdiel (Russian Military Mission - Civil Division), 1919-1920

 

Semenovsky, L. G., 1924-1925

 

Shatilov, General Pavel N., 1923-1926

 

Shtaba Glavnokomanduiushchavo Russkoi Armii (Staff of the Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Army), 1919-1926

 

Materials issued by the Russian Military Mission in Germany and received by the Staff of the Commander-in-Chief, 1919-1926

 

1919

 

1920

 

1921

 

January -July

 

August -December

 

1922

 

1923

 

1924

 

1925

 

1926

 

Materials issued by the Staff of the Commander-in- Chief and recieved by the Russian Military Mission in Germany, 1919-1926

 

1919

 

1920

Box 4.

1921

 

1922

 

1923

 

1924

 

1925

 

1926

 

Skalon, Mikhail N., 1924-1925

 

Soiuz Russkikh Ofitserov Reinskoi Provintsii (Association of Russian Officers in the Rhineland), 1923-1924

 

Soiuz Russkikh Ofitserov Uchastnikov Voiny (Association of Russian Officers Who Participated in the War), 1921-1926

 

Soiuz Russkikh Ofitserov v Avstrii (Association of Russian Officers in Austria), 1925-1926

 

Soiuz Russkikh Uveshnykh Voinov v Germanii (Association of Russian Crippled Soldiers in Germany), 1921-1926

 

Soiuz Uchastnikov I Kubanskovo Generala Kornilova Pokhoda (Association of Participants in the First Kuban Campaign of General Kornilov), 1924-1925

 

Soiuz Vzaimopomoshchi Ofitserov Inzhenerykh, Tekhnicheskykh i Zheleznodorozhnykh Voisk (Mutual Aid Association of Officers from the Engineer, Technical, and Railroad Detachments), 1925-1926

 

Soviet Ob"edinennykh Ofitserskikh Obshchestv v Korolevstvie S.K.S. (Council of the United Officers' Societies in the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes), 1922-1926

 

Tsentral'noe Pravlenie Obshchestva Russkikh Ofitserov General'novo Shtaba (Central Administration for the Society of Russian Officers of the General Staff), 1922-1926

 

United States Military Mission, Berlin, 1919

 

Unkovsky, Ivan S., 1924-1926

 

Upravlenie Lagerei Russkikh Biezhentsev v Garts (Directorate of Russian Refugee Camps in Hartz), 1920-1921

 

Upravlenie po Dielam o Voennykh i Voennoplennykh (Directorate for the Affairs of Servicemen and Prisoners-of-War), 1919

Box 5.

Velio, Baron Vladimir I., 1923-1924

 

Verband Gegen Den Bolschewismus (Union Against Bolshevism), 1920

 

Voennyi Predstavitel' Glavanokomanduiushchavo Russkoi Armii pri Pravitel'stvie Frantsuzskoi Respubliki (Military Representative of the Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Army to the Government of France), 1920-1921

 

Voennyi Predstavitel' Verkhovanavo Pravitelia pri Soiuznykh Pravitel'stvakhi i Knomandovanii (Military Representative of the Regent Supreme to the Allied Governments and General Headquarters), 1919-1920

 

Materials issued by the Russian Military Mission in Germany and received by the Military Representative of the Regent Supreme, 1919-1920

 

Materials issued by the Military Representative of the Regent Supreme and received by the Russian Military Mission in Germany, 1919-1920

 

1919

 

1920

 

Yudenitch, General Nikolai N., 1919-1920

 

Zarubezhnyi Soiuz Russkikh Voinnykh Invalidov (Association of Russian War Invalids Abroad), 1923-1926

 

Zavieduiushchii Voennym Snabzheniem (Director of Military Supply), 1920-1921

 

Financial statements, receipts, etc., 1921-1926

 

Information bulletins, 1922-1925

 

Memoranda, 1919

 

Notes relating to the dispatch and arrival of information, 1919-1925

 

Orders, 1924, 1926

 

Chief of the Organization to Protect the Interests of Russian Emigres in Germany, 1924

 

Chief of the Second Division of R.O.V.S., 1926

 

Reports on the political situation in various countries, 1918-1926

 

Baltic states, 1919

 

Bulgaria, 1921-1922

 

Czechoslovakia, 1921-1922

 

Far East, 1921, 1924

 

France, 1921-1924

 

Georgia, 1921

 

Germany, 1921-1924

 

General, 1923-1924

 

Periodic Surveys of the political situation in Germany, 1921-1924

 

1921

Box 6.

1922

 

January -April

 

May -December

 

1923

 

January -June

 

July -December

 

1924

 

Great Britain, 1922

 

Hungary, 1921-1923

 

Near East, 1921

 

Poland, 1919

 

Scandinavia, 1920-1925

Box 7.

Soviet Russia, 1918-1926

 

General, 1918-1926

 

Informatsionnoe Otdelenie Shtaba Glavnokomanduiushchavo Russkoi Armiei (Information Division of the Staff of the Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Army), 1921-1922

 

Military Agent in Czechoslovakia, 1921-1922

 

Military Agent in France, 1923

 

Military Agent in Germany, 1922-1925

 

1922

 

1923

 

1924

 

January -October

 

November -December 1925

 

Military Agent in the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, 1923-1925

 

Ukraine, 1919-1924

 

Yugoslavia, 1922

 

Staff lists, n.d.

 

OFFICE FILE OF THE MILITARY REPRESENTATIVE OF THE COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF OF THE RUSSIAN ARMY TO THE GOVERNMENT OF HUNGARY, 1921-1926

Box 8.

Correspondence, 1921-1926

 

General, 1921-1924

 

Gerua, Alexander V., 1924

 

Glavnoupolnomochennyi Glavnokomanduiushchavo Russkoi Armii po Voennym i Morskim Dielam (Chief Representative of the Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Army for Military and Naval Affairs), 1922-1924

 

Hungarian Minister of the Interior, 1922

 

Hungarian Minister of War, 1922

 

Lukin, Yevgeny D., 1923-1924

 

Malam, Vladimir V. (Representative of the Russian Red Cross in the Kingdom of Hungary), 1922-1926

 

Marushevsky, Vladimir V., 1923-1924

 

Military Agent in Czechoslovakia, 1923

 

Military Agent in Germany, 1922-1924

 

Materials issued by the Russian Military Mission in Germany and received by the Assistant to the Military Representative in Hungary, 1921-1924

 

Materials issued by the Assistant to the Military Representative in Hungary and Russian Military Mission in Germany, 1922-1924

 

1922

 

1923

 

1924

 

Military Agent in the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes, 1922-1924

 

Military Agent in Turkey, 1922-1923

 

Miller, Lieutenant-General Yevgeny K., 1922-1924

 

Obshchestvo Vzaimopomoshchi Chlenov Russkano Monarkhicheskavo Ob"edinenniia v Korolevstvie Vengerskom (Mutual Aid Society of Members of the Russian Monarchist Union in the Hungarian Kingdom), 1922-1923

 

Paleolog, Sergei N., 1924

 

Raevsky, Captain Nikolai V., 1925-1926

 

Rosen, Baron Vladimir G., 1924-1926

 

Russkoe Monarkhicheskoe Ob"edinenie v Korolevstvie Vengerskom (Russian Monarchist Union in the Hungrian Kingdom), 1922

 

Schmidt, General Nikolai V., 1922-1924

 

Shtaba Glavnokomanduiushchavo Russkoi Armii (Staff of the Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Army), 1922-1924

 

Soiuz Russkikh Invalidov v Vengrii (Association of Russian Invalids in Hungary), 1922

 

Soiuz Russkikh Ofitserov v Korolevstvie Vengrii (Association of Russian Officers in the Kingdom of Hungary), 1924

 

Sokolov, Colonel Anatole A., 1922-1926

Box 9.

Studencheskaia Gruppa Gallipoliitsev v Vengrii (Student Group from Gallipoli in Hungary), 1924

 

Vadkovsky, Vasily V., 1922

 

Vengerskaia Kazachei Stanitsa (Hungarian Cossack Village), 1922-1925

 

Viaz'mitinov, Lieutenant-General, 1923-1924

 

Volkonsky, Prince Peter P. (Russian Diplomatic Representative in Hungary), 1920-1923

 

Yalyshev, Constantine V., 1922

 

Zhukovsky-Volynsky, Colonel Nikolai I., 1925-1926

 

Zubov, Colonel Yuri, 1926

 

Financial statements, 1923

 

Orders, 1922-1924

 

Staff lists, n.d.

 

OFFICE FILE OF THE DELEGATION OF THE RUSSIAN SOCIETY OF THE RED CROSS FOR RELIEF TO PRISONERS-OF-WAR, 1919-1922

Box 9.

Correspondence, 1919-1922

 

General, 1919

 

Materials issued by the Russian Red Cross, 1919

 

Materials received by the Russian Red Cross, 1919

 

American Red Cross, 1919

 

Boguslavsky, Colonel, 1919

 

Lager' Bad-Blenkhorst (Camp Bad-Blenhorst), 1919-1920

 

Lager' Khelmshtedt (Camp Helmstedt), 1919

 

Lager' Klaustal' (Camp Clausthal), 1919

 

Lager' Kottbus (Camp Cottbus), 1919-1922

 

Lager' Kvedlinburg (Camp Kvedlinburg), 1921

 

Lager' Miunkhenberg (Camp Muenchenberg), 1919

 

Lager' Neishtadt (Camp Neistadt), 1919

 

February

 

March

 

April-May

 

Lager' Pliassenburg (Camp Plassenburg), 1919

 

Lager' Scheuen (Camp Scheuen), 1921-1922

 

Lager' Vambek (Camp Wahmbeck), 1919

 

Lager' Vetsliar (Camp Wezler), 1919

 

Lager' Vil'deman (Camp Wildeman), 1919

 

Lager' Zal'tsvedel' (Camp Salzwedel), 1919

Box 10.

Pervyi Ofitserskii Eshelon (First Officers's Echelon), 1919

 

Rossiiskoe General'noe Konsul'stvo v Kopengagenie (Russian General Consulate in Copenhagen), 1919

 

SUBJECT FILE, 1919-1926

Box 10.

Bolshevik agents in Europe, 1919-1926

 

Communist Party of the United States, 1924

 

Court of Honor, 1920-1922

 

Cossacks, 1926

 

Kluyev, General N., 1919

 

Mitarevsky, Vladimir de, 1919-1920

 

Nikolaevskoe Kavaleriiskoe Uchilishche (Nikolaievsky Cavalry School), 1922

 

Obshechestvo Russkikh Ofitserov General'navo Shtaba (Society of Russian Officers of the General Staff), 1922-1926

 

Requiem for All Who Fell on the Field of Battle in the Great War (August 3, 1924), 1924)

 

Rosenberg, Captain von, 1920

 

Russia - Civil War

 

Baltic states, 1919

 

Northwest Front, 1919-1920

 

Russian Army, general, 1919-1924

 

Russian emigre newspapers, 1919-1926

 

Russian-German commercial relations, 1919-1920

 

Russian officers' unions, 1919-1926

 

Russian prisoners-of-war and emigres in Germany, 1919-1923

 

General, 1919-1922

 

Passports, correspondence relating to, and applications, for, 1922-1923

 

Russisch-Deutschen Gesellschaft (Russian-German Society), 1919

 

Russkaia Missiia pri Mezhdusoiuznoi Voennoi Kontrol'noi Kommissii (Russian Delegation to the Interallied Control Commission), 1919-1920

 

Soiuz Russkikh Ofitserov v Reinskoi Provintsii (Association of Russian Officers in the Rhineland), 1923-1924

 

Verband Russischer Flieger in Deutschland (United Russian Aviators in Germany), 1925-1926

 

Wrangel, Baron Peter N., (Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Army), 1922-1923