File No. 861.00/2418
The Consul at Vladivostok (Caldwell) to the Secretary of State
[Received 7.23 p.m.]
80. Department’s August 1, 6 p.m.1 No foreign military officers now with General Horvat but Japanese and British have been with him until recently.
Railway is being run by Russians as heretofore, but under Czech military control and supervision. Our men could go to work at once with Russians, but there must be military control of railway for the present either by Czechs or Allies.