April 18, 1922
Appointment of John W. Staggers as General Counsel by Syngman Rhee
A copy of appointment of John W. Staggers as General Counsel by President Syngman Rhee in 1922
March 22, 1935
The Distribution of the Sovsin'torg Trade Loan
A breakdown of how a Soviet loan to Xinjiang will be utilized.
March 22, 1935
VKP(b) CC Politburo Decree concerning Xinjiang
A Central Committee report on Soviet-Xinjiang trrade and the economy in Xinjiang more generally.
September 13, 1935
Politburo Decisions of 13 September 1935 Concerning Xinjiang
The Politburo directs manpower and funds to support the Xinjiang army and accepts the text of an agreement between the Mongolian People's Republic and Manchukuo on the issue of a border commission.
September 24, 1937
Concerning Alleged Plots Against Governor Sheng Shicai
The Politburo decides to send an experienced investigator to investigate an alleged plot against Sheng Shicai, the governor of Xinjiang.
April 19, 1941
Excerpt on Xinjiang from Minutes of the VKP(b) CC Politburo Meetings
The Politburo issued 5.25 million rubles to support the NKO's operations in the Mongolian People's Republic and Xinjiang, the independent NKVD rifle battalion in Xinjiang, and the topographic detachment in Xinjiang until the end of 1941.
Letter to Stalin from the Commanders and Soldiers of the Korean Army in China
Korean commanders express high hopes that Stalin's Red Army will defeat fascist forces all around the world.
September 06, 1942
Letter to Stalin from Lee Chang-chen, Commander-in-Chief of the Korean Army in China
Lee Chang-chen asks Stalin to strengthen the Red Army fighting against the Japanese in the Far East in order to bring about the liberation of Korea faster.
February 23, 1943
Letter to Stalin from the Union for the National Liberation of Korea
The author celebrates the Red Army’s victory in the battle of Stalingrad and expresses his support for Stalin an communism.
May 04, 1943
Excerpt on Xinjiang from Minutes No. 40 of the VKP(b) CC Politburo Meetings
The CPSU Central Committee announces that it "cannot tolerate such provocative activity" of Xinjiang Governor Sheng Shicai and that it will provide support to rebels "in their struggle against the repressive colonialist policy of the Governor."
May 10, 1943
Letter to Stalin from Korean Political Parties and Other Organizations which are Based in China
The author celebrates Stalin’s victories against fascist forces and asks Stalin to aid Korea and to recognize the Korean Provisional government.
May 13, 1943
Communist Labor Conference
Information on a Communist conference to take place in China on the same day as the conference occurring in Milan.
November 26, 1943
The Cairo Declaration
Roosevelt, Churchhill, and Jiang Jieshi declare that they are "fighting this war to restraint and punish the aggression of Japan."
The Truth about the Events in Xinjiang
An anonymous report on Soviet-Guomindang relations in Xinjiang, and political developments in Xinjiang since 1933.
January 22, 1944
Stalin’s Conversation with Choibalsan
Conversations between Joseph Stalin and Khorloogiin Choibalsan about Mongolia and efforts to defend against possible Chinese attacks during World War II.
February 02, 1944
Telegram re Stalin Harriman Conversation on Japanese Troops
W. Averell Harriman and Joseph Stalin discuss Soviet intelligence about Japanese troop movements.
February 03, 1944
Paraphrase of Outgoing Navy Cable - Moscow, February 3, 1944
W. Averell Harriman and Joseph Stalin discuss information the Russian have gathered from Japanese sources about future Japanese plans and troop movements during World War II.
March 03, 1944
Paraphrase of Outgoing Navy Cable – Moscow, March 3, 1944.
Ambassador Harriman and Joseph Stalin discuss future military movements in the Far East and Soviet intelligence about Japanese military plans.
March 03, 1944
Stalin and Harriman Discuss Air Power and the Japanese
Ambassador Harriman and Joseph Stalin discuss Far East Air Power and intelligence about Japanese military movements.
March 23, 1944
Letter No. 93 from L.D. Wilgress, Canadian Embassy, Moscow, to the Secretary of State for External Affairs, W.L. Mackenzie King
L.D. Wilgress and the Chinese Ambassador to Moscow, Fu Bingchang (Foo Ping-sheung), discuss Soviet movements in Xinjiang.