711.94114 Supplies/2–2245: Telegram

The Ambassador in the Soviet Union (Harriman) to the Secretary of State

512. ReEmbs 4056, October 24, 3 p.m.39 Clubb40 reported from Vladivostok on December 27 that five sacks of prisoner of war mail had arrived on Soviet trans-Pacific vessels and that the local representative of the Commissariat for Foreign Trade41 was without instructions concerning them. We asked the Foreign Office to arrange for the forward transportation of this mail to Japan and Clubb now reports that the five bags have been forwarded from Vladivostok.

  1. Foreign Relations, 1944, vol. iv, p. 1188.
  2. Oliver Edmund Clubb, Consul General at Vladivostok.
  3. G. I. Stokfish, Plenipotentiary Representative for the Far East of the People’s Commissariat for Foreign Trade of the Soviet Union.