The case of the disappearance of Russian teachers, and the reciprocal closure of consulates general 1

1. A quantity of material, not printed here, comprising reports of investigations, transcripts of testimony and interviews, and reproductions of some documents, is in the files of the Department of State particularly under 311.6115 and 702.6111. See also, for newspaper coverage, the New York Times Index 1948, pp. 1030–1032, under the entry “USSR, Politics and Government.”


[671] The Embassy of the Soviet Union to the Department of State

311.6115/8–948


[672] The Ambassador in the Soviet Union ( Smith ) to the Secretary of State ( Marshall )

311.6115/8–1248: Telegram


[673] The Embassy of the Soviet Union to the Department of State

702.05/8–1248


[674] The Secretary of State to the Embassy in the Soviet Union

800.00 Summaries/8–1248: Telegram


[676] The Ambassador in the Soviet Union ( Smith ) to the Secretary of State ( Marshall )

311.6115/8–1348: Telegram


[677] The Secretary of State to the Embassy in the Soviet Union

311.6115/8–1448: Telegram


[678] The Embassy of the Soviet Union to the Department of State

702.05/8–1448


[679] The Secretary of State to the Embassy in the Soviet Union

311.6115/8–1348: Telegram


[681] The Department of State to the Embassy of the Soviet Union

702.6111/8–1948