HC Deb 11 December 1919 vol 122 c1606
32. Mr. SWAN

asked the Prime Minister whether the recent revolutions against Admiral Koltchak at Vladivostok, Irkutsk, and other Siberian districts aimed at securing a peaceable agreement with the Russian Soviet Government and the establishment of a Siberian constituent assembly; and what was the attitude of the British representatives in Siberia towards these demands?


The aims referred to in the question were no doubt in the minds of some of the authors of these revolutions. His Majesty's representatives in Siberia did not interfere in any way with incidents that were entirely connected with the internal affairs of Siberia.

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