Telegram from Cdes. Stalin, Molotov, and Voroshilov to G. Apresov, Consul General in Urumqi
Stalin, Molotov, Voroshilov express alarm about Shicai Sheng's red corner and discussions about the possible Sovietization of Xinjiang, reported in an earlier telegram from G. Apresov. They reaffirm that the USSR has no territorial claims on China, denies any plans for the Sovietization of Xinjiang, and declares its firm support for China in its struggle of independence from Japan, Britain, and other imperialist countries.
January 09, 1938
Concerning Troop Movements through Xinjiang
The Politburo recommends that Sheng Shicai advise Jiang Jieshi to permit the regiment currently stationed in Erlizihe to proceed to its designated location.
January 10, 1938
Concerning NKVD Operations in Xinjiang
The Politburo orders the NKVD to deploy a reinforced cavalry regiment and an attached RKKA fighter squadron to the area of Hami, allocating additional tanks, automobiles, and gasoline trucks to support their operations. It also provides recommended changes to Shicai Sheng's military policy in Xinjiang.
May 10, 1942
Letter from Governor Shicai Sheng to Cdes. Stalin, Molotov, and Voroshilov
Governor Sheng describes the investigation into Sheng Shiqi's (the Commander of the Mechanized Brigade of Xinjiang) death, which revealed that Chen Xiuying (his wife) murdered him under pressure from Xiao Zuoxin, the assistant to the Director of the Urumqi office of the Native Corporation. He also reports that Kruglov, Soviet advisor for trade matters, intentionally disrupted trade between the Soviet Union and Xinjiang because of the Xinjiang government's alleged anti-Soviet attitude.
February 03, 1949
Cable, Filippov [Stalin] to Anastas Mikoyan
Cable from Stalin to Mikoyan, sent with the intent to be passed on to Mao Zedong. Stalin expresses pleasure with the Chinese control of China's peasantry and students, but expresses disappointment that the CCP does not control the majority of the working class. Stalin advises that China turn its big cities into bases for communism, and then gives more specific advice for gaining a majority among the working class. Stalin then responds to Mao's request for weapons, explaining that the USSR doesn't have anti-tank and anti-aircraft weapons of foreign make, but can send Russian-made weapons.
January 13, 1950
Cable, Mao Zedong to Liu Shaoqi
Mao Zedong gives instructions on Sino-Soviet military cooperation and makes personnel appointments to the Chinese armed forces.
January 22, 1950
Record of Talks between I.V. Stalin and Chairman of the Central People's Government of the People’s Republic of China Mao Zedong
Conversation between Stalin and Mao concerning a proposed treaty of friendship and alliance between the USSR and China. Discussion includes: the prospects of future Japanese aggression, the Chinese-Eastern Railway (Mao and Stalin disagree on who should run its administration), the Port Arthur agreements (including the question of the port of Dalny), and economic cooperation. The economic cooperation focuses on a Soviet credit program for economic development in China, as well as the question of arms shipments to China. There is also discussion of Tibet.
Exchange of Notes, Zhou Enlai and Vyshinshy
Zhou Enlai and Vyshinshy discuss the exchanges of land made in August 1945 in Manchuria and Inner Mongolia. The relinquishing of Port Arthur (Lüshunkou) and Dalian are mentioned.
April 13, 1950
Telegram from Zhou Enlai to Nikolai Bulganin
Zhou Enlai requests and gives deadlines for the sending of aviation equipment and personnel from Moscow, mentioning that China is anticipating military conquests of the Danshan and Jinmen islands.
May 03, 1950
Telegram, from Filippov [Stalin] to Mao Zedong
A message to Mao stating that Mao's requests for aviation equipment, naval equipment and consultants were received and that these requests will be met as soon as possible.
May 06, 1950
Telegram from Zhou Enlai to Wang Jiaxiang
The Chinese side is anxious for the dispatchment of advisors and ammunition that was requested from the Soviet Union, for use in aviation institute drills and for military campaigns in Dinghai, Jinmen, and Taiwan.
May 13, 1950
Telegram from Zhou Enlai to Nikolai Bulganin
Zhou Enlai presses Moscow to accelerate the dispatchment of requested equipment and personnel by the specified deadline so that the Chinese air force and navy can prepare for the military campaign to seize Zhoushan Island.
July 05, 1950
Telegram from Flippov to Mao Zedong and Zhou Enlai
Stalin informs Mao Zedong that Chinese armed forces should be stationed on the border with North Korea as a precaution against enemy forces crossing the 38th parallel.
July 11, 1950
Telegram from the Chinese Communist Party Central Committee to Gao Gang
Due to the Korean situation, the Soviet government requests the use of air and railway transport through China, to which the Chinese side agrees.
July 22, 1950
Report from Zhou Enlai and Nie Rongzhen to Mao Zedong
Zhou Enlai and Nie Rongzhen suggest methods to solve the problem of supply and improve coordination in the army command in the northeast China region.
July 22, 1950
Ciphered Telegram No. 22591 from Roschin to Filippov [Stalin]
Mao Zedong informs Stalin of China's military and strategic maneuvers in summer 1950 as a result of the Korean War.
August 27, 1950
Ciphered telegram, Filippov (Stalin) to Zhou Enlai
Telegram from Stalin to Zhou Enlai answering his request for military advisors.
October 03, 1950
Ciphered Telegram from Roshchin in Beijing to Filippov (Stalin)
Telegram to Stalin from the Soviet Army General Staff on combats with the US.
October 14, 1950
Letter from Zhou Enlai to Stalin
Zhou Enlai requests military equipment and support for Chinese operations from the Soviet side, and asks for instructions on solving the issue of command relationships between the North Korean, Chinese, and Soviet forces.
October 28, 1950
Telegram from Mao Zedong to I.V. Stalin, via Roshchin
Mao Zedong asks for Soviet arms and permission to send naval advisers to Moscow to discuss the future of the Chinese navy.