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197. Woodrow Wilson to Daniels, letter, Washington, 8 April 1918 in PWW Vol. 47, 290. 198. Kennan, The Decision to Intervene, 45. 199. Debo, Revolution and Survival, 153–4. 200. Trotsky to Murmansk Soviet, telegram, Petrograd, 1March 1918 (14 March 1918 in western calendar), as printed in Kennan, The Decision to Intervene, 46. Italic emphasis was added by the original Soviet author Kedrov, when this message was first published. 201. Debo, Revolution and Survival, 154–5. 202. Debo, Revolution and Survival, 154–5.
51. Lindley to Buchanan, Buchanan to FO, enclosure to Telegram 206, 16 September 1917, PRO FO 371/2997/187501; Francis to Lansing, Telegram 1734, 11 September, 1917, FRUS 1918 Russia Vol. I, 187–188; Louis de Robien, The Diary of a Diplomat in Russia 1917–1918, trans. Camilla Sykes (London: Michael Joseph, 1969), 119; Kerensky, 353. 52. Lindley to Buchanan, Buchanan to FO, Enclosure to Telegram 206, 16 September 1917, PRO FO 371/2997/187501; Francis to Lansing, Telegram 1745, 13 September, 1917, FRUS 1918 Russia Vol.
Note from British Embassy Washington (no signature but presumably from Sir Cecil Spring-Rice) with Enclosure to President Wilson 5 August, 1917, PWW Vol. 43, 369–72. 38. Buchanan to FO, Telegram 196, 28 August 1917, PRO FO 371/2997/176585; Buchanan to FO Telegram 180, 6 August 1917, PRO FO 371/2997/161629; Francis to Lansing Telegram 1570, 30 July, 1917, FRUS 1918, 171; Francis to Lansing Telegram 1584, 1 Aug 1917, FRUS 1918, 171. 39. George Katkov, The Kornilov Affair: Kerensky and the Break-up of the Russian Army (New York: Longman, 1980), 57.