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Reorganization of the Government—Demonstration against the note of May 3, 1917, to the Allied and American Governments—Resignation of Milyukov and Guchkov—The coalition ministry—Opinions of American consuls on the situation


[33] The Russian Chargé ( Onou) to the Secretary of State

File No. 763.72/4389


[34] The Ambassador in Russia ( Francis) to the Secretary of State

File No. 861.00/343


[35] The Acting Secretary of State to the Ambassador in Russia ( Francis)

File No. 861.00/349a


[36] The Ambassador in Russia ( Francis) to the Secretary of State

File No. 861.00/350


[37] The Consul at Petrograd ( Winship) to the Secretary of State

File No. 861.00/393


[38] The Ambassador in Russia ( Francis) to the Secretary of State

File No. 861.00/356


[39] The Ambassador in Russia ( Francis) to the Secretary of State

File No. 861.00/358


[40] The Ambassador in Russia ( Francis) to the Secretary of State

File No. 861.00/361


[41] The Consul at Petrograd ( Winship) to the Secretary of State

File No. 861.00/395


[42] The Ambassador in Russia ( Francis) to the Secretary of State

File No. 861.002/46


[43] The Ambassador in Russia ( Francis) to the Secretary of State

File No. 861.00/363


[44] The Consul General at Moscow ( Summers) to the Secretary of State

File No. 861.00/406


[45] The Ambassador in Russia ( Francis) to the Secretary of State

File No. 861.00/367


[46] The Ambassador in Russia ( Francis) to the Secretary of State

File No. 861.00/375


[47] The Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs ( Tereshchenko) to the Secretary of State

File No. 763.72/4834


[48] The Ambassador in Russia ( Francis) to the Secretary of State

File No. 763.72110/658


[49] The Consul at Petrograd ( Winship) to the Secretary of State

File No. 861.00/413

  1. The date on which this note was sent out by the Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs, for communication to the American and Allied Governments, was May 1, and it is generally referred to as of that date in historical accounts and in the discussion which followed in Russia; see despatch from the Consul in Petrograd, No. 300, May 8, post, p. 42.