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T he necessary subsistence and other sup plies were to be furnished from stores in M anila until the Service of Supply could be established direct from San Francisco to Vladivostok. I was informed o f these orders on the same date and directed to forw ard to Vladivostok five thousand men from the 8th Division at Camp Fremont. ” These men were to fill the two regiments from the Philippines to w ar strength. I was authorized to con [ 34] AID TO THE CZECHS fer with the Commanding General of the Philippines relative to officers fo r duty on my staff or I could, if desired, take officers of my staff at Camp Fremont.
A s the result of this interview, M r. Webster, a rep resentative of the American R ed Cross in Moscow, and Captain Hicks, o f the British Arm y, left Moscow M arch 19, 19x8, to make the investigation. A t the same time, the United States sent M a jo r W alter Drysdale, United States M ilitary Attache, in Peking, to the eastern part of Siberia, to make an investigation of the prison camps in the E ast. On M arch 3 1 , 1 91 8, W ebster and Hicks having made their examination, and having conferred with M ajo r Drysdale, as to conditions in the [ 24] M ILITARY INTERVENTION IN SIBERIA eastern prison camps, made the following telegraphic report from Irkutsk: “ H ad a long interview Irkutsk Soviet today includ ing Yanson .
1 ) Can the Soviet Government rely on the sup port o f the United States o f N orth America, Great Britain, and France in its Struggle against Germany?  M ILITARY INTERVENTION IN SIBERIA (2) W hat kind o f support could be furnished in the nearest future, and on what conditions — M ilitary equipment, transportation supplies, living necessities? (3 ) W hat kind o f support could be furnished particu larly and especially by the United States? . I have no information as to what reply, if any, the United States made to these queries.