HC Deb 15 October 1918 vol 110 c13
13. Mr. KING

asked the Prime Minister whether he can make a statement concerning the operations undertaken by any of the Allied forces during the past two or three months on the Murman coast, at or near Archangel, and in the Vladivostock sphere of operations?

The UNDER-SECRETARY of STATE for WAR (Mr. Macpherson)

My right hon. Friend has asked me to answer this question. As regards North Russia, there is nothing to add to the Communiqués which have been published from time to time by us. As regards operations in the Vladivostock sphere of operations, similar Communiqués have been issued by the Japanese General Staff and have been published in the British Press.


May I ask whether any steps are being taken to see that Russians who go to Archangel do not seek to overthrow or influence in any way the local political conditions?


Notice should be given of that question.


May I ask if any information can be given of the forces that went to Baku?


The hon. Member cannot enter into that subject, as it does not arise out of this question.

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