In Caesar's Shadow: The Life of General Robert Eichelberger

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forces" were arrayed against them. After Siberia, Eichelberger developed an "usagainst-them" attitude, and he disdainfully referred to those officers who fought in France as the "fair-haired boys from Europe." 40


NOTES
1.
Eichelberger Dictations, "On Siberia", 19 July 1961, 1-7.
2.
George Kennan, Russia and the West Under Lenin and Stalin ( Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1960), 97-105; Betty M. Unterberger, America's Siberian Expedition, 1918-1920 ( Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 1956), 65-70.
3.
Kennan, Russia and the West Under Lenin and Stalin, 97-105; Unterberger, America's Siberian Expedition, 65-70; "Notes Prepared for Col. R. P. Reeder on the AEF, Siberia by General R. L. Eichelberger", Eichelberger Papers, 16 September 1960; Michael J. Carley, Revolution and Intervention: The French Government and the Russian Civil War ( Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1983), 72-89; Arthur Bullard, The Russian Pendulum ( New York: Macmillan, 1919), 164-73.
4.
Robert L. Eichelberger, "The Siberian Expedition, August, 1918 to April, 1920", 9 January 1923 (confidential), Eichelberger Papers, Duke University; Eichelberger Dictations, "On Siberia", 19 July 1961, 1-2; Sylvian G. Kindall, American Soldiers in Siberia ( New York: Richard R. Smith Company, 1945), 19-20; Paul Dotsenko, The Struggle for a Democracy in Siberia, 1917-1920 ( Stanford, Calif.: Hoover Institution Press, 1983), 122-23; Unterberger, America's Siberian Expedition, 67-70.
5.
Robert L. Eichelberger to Emma Eichelberger, 12 November 1918, Eichelberger Papers, Duke University.
6.
Robert L. Eichelberger to Emma Eichelberger, 1 April 1919 and 6 October 1919, Eichelberger Papers; Eichelberger Dictations, "Thoughts on Military Intelligence", 16 March 1959.
7.
Robert L. Eichelberger to Emma Eichelberger, 25 March 1919 and 5 April 1919, Eichelberger Papers.
8.
Robert L. Eichelberger to Emma Eichelberger, 11 August 1919 and 3 November 1919, Eichelberger Papers,
9.
Robert L. Eichelberger to Julian Dana, 2 May 1955, Eichelberger Papers; Eichelberger Dictations, "On the Rise of Communism During World War I", 16 March 1955.
10.
Eichelberger Dictations, "Notes on Siberia", 1946, 5, 13-16; Robert L. Eichelberger to Colonel Lloyd R. Moses, 28 August 1952, Eichelberger Papers.
11.
Eichelberger Dictations, "Notes on Siberia", 1946, 5, 13-16; Robert L. Eichelberger to Colonel Lloyd R. Moses, 28 August 1952, Eichelberger Papers.
12.
Robert Eichelberger to Emma Eichelberger, 14 November 1919, 23 October 1919 and 19 November 1919, Eichelberger Papers; Robert Eichelberger, "Conditions in Siberia" and "Report to Colonel Eichelberger", 9 October 1919 (intelligence reports), box 54, Eichelberger Papers.
13.
Bullard, The Russian Pendulum, 148-52; Unterberger, America's Siberian Expedition, 67-70; Ernest M. Halliday, The Ignorant Armies ( New York: Harper, 1960), 19-24.

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