September 15, 1945
The Situation in Xinjiang
The Central Committee of the CPSU reports that the rebels in the East Turkestan Republic (ETR), or northern Xinjiang, have requested that the Soviet Union mediate between the Chinese Nationalist Government and the ETR.
October 15, 1945
L. Beria to Cde. V.M. Molotov
Beria writes that Osman Batur does not intend to recognize the East Turkestan Republic. Instead, Osman will create an independent state in Altai, in part due to the support of Choibalsan.
November 03, 1945
Telegram from Cde. Yegnarov and Cde. Langvang to Cde. Beria
Yegnarov forwards to Stalin a letter from Alihan Tore Shakirjan, in which he describes Chinese oppression of the people in Eastern Turkestan and requests Soviet assistance with their "revolutionary struggle."
June 26, 1946
Letter from Cde. M. Suslov to Cde. A.A. Zhdanov
Cde. Suslov offers suggestions for Soviet policy toward the rebellion in northern Xinjiang and the East Turkestan Republic (ETR).
January 12, 1947
Record of a Conversation between Soviet Ambassador in China A. A. Petrov and General Zhang Zhizhong on 7 January 1947
Petrov and Zhang discuss Xinjiang-Soviet trade and the overall state of Sino-Soviet relations.
February 24, 1947
Excerpt on Xinjiang from Minutes No. 57 of the VKP(b) CC Politburo Meetings
The CPSU Central Committee announces measures "directed against" Ospan Batyr (Osman Batur).
July 12, 1947
Letter from Ahmetjan Qasimi and Rahim Jan Sabri to Mr. Savel'yev, Consul General of the USSR in Urumqi
Ahmetjan Qasimi and a colleague asks for Stalin's and the Soviet Union's support in protecting the interests of Muslims in Xinjiang.
August 19, 1947
Letter from T. Skvortsov to Cde. Baranov
Cde. T. Skvortsov forwards letters from Zhang Zhizong and Ahmetjan Qasimi concerning the situation in Xinjiang.
August 19, 1947
Letter from Zhang Zhizhong to Mr. Savel'yev, Consul General of the USSR in Urumqi
Zhang Zhizhong, the leading Guomindang official in Xinjiang, expresses his hope that China and the Soviet Union can cooperate in Xinjiang in maintaining Chinese sovereignty over the entire province.
September 10, 1947
Telegram from Cde. Fedotov to Cde. V.M. Molotov
Cde. Fedotov suggests that General-Major Vladimir Stepanovich Yegnarov be dispatched to Xinjiang to led support to the rebels associated with the East Turkestan Republic (ETR).
September 10, 1947
Proposals of the Economic Research Committee of the USSR Council of Ministers in connection with the Situation in Xinjiang
The Soviet Council of Ministers offers four proposals to support the rebels in the East Turkestan Republic (ETR) and prevent the Chinese Guomindang from reclaiming territory in northern Xinjiang.
Appeal to the Peoples of Xinjiang
The Association for the Defense of Peace and Democracy in Xinjiang issues a twelve point list of demands for political and social change.
April 24, 1948
Excerpt on Xinjiang from Minutes No. 69 of the VKP(b) CC Politburo Meetings
The Soviet Politburo makes recommendations for governance and security in the East Turkestan Republic.
April 24, 1948
Excerpt on Xinjiang from Minutes No. 63 of the VKP(b) CC Politburo Meetings
The Central Committee of the CPSU announces measures to increase Soviet support of the East Turkestan Republic (ETR), a rebellion in northern Xinjiang.
February 04, 1949
Memorandum of Conversation between Anastas Mikoyan and Mao Zedong
Anastas Mikoyan and Mao Zedong discuss the independence of Mongolia, the independence movement in Xinjiang, the construction of a railroad in Xinjiang, CCP contacts with the VKP(b), the candidate for Chinese ambassador to the USSR, aid from the USSR to China, CCP negotiations with the Guomindang, the preparatory commisssion for convening the PCM, the character of future rule in China, Chinese treaties with foreign powers, and the Sino-Soviet treaty.
June 18, 1949
Cable, Filippov [Stalin] to Mao Zedong [via Kovalev]
Stalin discusses the creation of a government in China, Chinese military plans, and the acquisition of oil in China.
June 27, 1949
Memorandum of Conversation between Stalin and CCP Delegation
Stalin and the CCP delegation discuss the Soviet loan to China, the specialist the Soviets are to send to China, the occupation of Xinjiang, and the Chinese fleet.
July 18, 1949
Cable, Liu Shaoqi to Mao Zedong
A committee to write up a preliminary draft for a loan from the USSR to China is created. Stalin meets with a delegation of the CCP and answers several of their questions, including: the CCP's policy towards the Chinese national bourgeoisie, the matter of people's democratic dictatorship, Chinese foreign policy issues, Sino-Soviet relations, Xinjiang, Dalian, a Chinese University in Moscow, a railway from outer Mongolia to Zhangjiakou, and a naval school. Stalin and the CCP delegation also discussed the possibility of a war breaking out between the USSR and the US.
Liu Shaoqi to Cde. G.M. Malenkov
Liu Shaoqi informs Malenkov that Deng Liqun will lead a team to the East Turkestan Republic and establish radio communication with Moscow and later with Peng Dehuai.
Karsky to Cde. Miklashevsky
Moscow will assist Deng Liqun, a member of the Chinese Communist Party, with establishing radio contact after arriving in the East Turkestan Republic.