Britain and the Bolshevik Revolution: A Study in the Politics of Diplomacy, 1920-1924

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I THE TRADE AGREEMENT (pp. 3-26)
I.
Lord Riddell, Intimate Diary of the Peace Conference and After (London 1923), p. 161.
2.
F. O. 37I/4032/I79078 and 179079.
3.
The best accounts of the preceding period are Richard H. Ullman, Intervention and the War (London 1961) and Britain and the Russian Civil War (London 1968).
4.
Birse memorandum, 21 January 1920, F. O. 37I/4032/I72292.
5.
125 H. C. Debs. col. 43, 10 February 1920; DBFP, vol. 2, no. 71, p. 874.
6.
To Derby (Paris) for Curzon, 20 January 1920, F. O. 37I/4032/I72293.
7.
Tsentrosoyuz to Paris, 2 February 1920, DVP, vol. 2, no. 231, p. 358.
8.
Tsentrosoyuz to Paris, 25 February 1920, DVP, vol, 2, no. 255, pp. 391-92. The co-operatives had been nationalised on 27 January 1920; Lenin appears to have been aware that it was intended to use them as a 'mechanism for the restoration of capitalism' (Lenin, PSS, vol. 40, p. 53).
9.
L. B. Krasin, Vneshtorg i Vneshnyaya Ekonomicheskaya Politika Sovetskogo Pravitel'stva (Petrograd 1921), pp. 5-6.
10.
Riddell, Intimate Diary, p. 175.
II.
Telegram for M. Krasin, 25 April 1920, DBFP, vol. 8, no. 20, pp. 230-31.
12.
L. B. Krasin, Voprosy Vneshnei Torgovli (Moscow 1928), pp. 249 and 250.
13.
I. M. Maisky, 'Anglo-sovetskoe torgovoe soglashenie 1921 goda', Voprosy Istorii, 1957, no. 5, p. 77.
14.
Memorandum, II May 1920, Cabinet Paper CP 1309, Cab 24/I06; Lord Beaverbrook, The Decline and Fall of Lloyd George (London 1963), p. 292.
15.
Conference of British Ministers with the Head of the Russian Trade Delegation, 10 Downing Street, 31 May 1920, DBFP vol. 8, no. 24, pp. 281-92. The records of the negotiations are included in this volume of the British Documents; a detailed narrative account is available in Richard H. Ullman, TheAnglo-SovietAccord (London 1972).
16.
DBFP, vol. 8, no. 37, pp. 380-8.
17.
Memorandum, 30 June 1920, F. O. 37I/4036/207569.
18.
F. O. 37I/4036/207602 (Russian text in DVP, vol. 3, no. 6, pp. 16-17).
19.
131 H.C.Debs. col. 1950, 12 July 1920.
20.
Rumbold (Warsaw), 23 January 1920, DBFP, vol. 3, no. 651, pp. 765-6.
21.
Notes of a Conversation at the Villa Fraineuse, Spa, 10 July 1920, DBFP, vol. 8, no. 57, p. 515, and no. 59, Appendix I, p. 530.
22.
Curzon to Chicherin, II July 1920, F. O. 37I/4058/207846.
23.
Curzon to Chicherin, 20 July 1920, F. O. 37I/4058/208802.

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  • Part I - Negotiation *
  • I - The Trade Agreement *
  • 2 - Labour and Soviet Russia *
  • 3 - Conferences *
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  • 6 - The Curzon Note' *
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