By George S Counts
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Telegram 15 March Oblast Revolutionary Committee is appealing to Soviets in Kuban Oblast to send grain for sowings in the fields and for workers in the mines, 20 The Russian Civil War where men are condemned to starve to death. In the city of Rostov there are only supplies for two days. In order to strengthen and secure the rights of the working people we beg you not to refuse. We wait your reply. Chairman We can give ten million square metres. f. 3440, op. 1,d. 10 [4 typescript telegrams, not on telegraph forms.
1918: German Rout Reds 19 Food shortage Tsaritsyn (later Stalingrad, Volgograd) is a large town on the Volga. Its defence assumed a symbolic importance for the Reds and, under Stalin, it became a centre of opposition to Trotsky. Given proper distribution, the southern parts of Russia produced a surplus of grain. The more northerly areas of the Don, along the Rivers Khopyor and Medveditsa had poorer soils, hence the desire to bring some food from Bataysk and the villages of the lower Don. At the time when Red Cossacks were summoning their Congress in Kamenskaya, the following newspaper report shows famine in Vyoshenskaya on the middle course of the Don: Starvation in the Don Oblast The Voysko Government has received telegrams from the Oblast Food Administration.
I telegraphed to you and Golubov about the situation which has built up. There has been no reply. If Golubov does not arrive by twelve o'clock on the eleventh [? of April] I am leaving for Novocherkassk for face-to-face talks, having first made preliminary plans to retreat in the direction of Stavropol Province and to Torgovaya. Paromonov miners f. 3440, op. 1,d. 40 To: Commander of Don Oblast, Antonov, Rostov-on-Don. From: Andreyev, Military Commissar at Morozovskaya. April 1918 Lower Chir front has been abandoned by Military Revolutionary soliders.
A Ford Crosses Soviet Russia by George S Counts