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siberia2 - ' miiiEiniss •' Czecho-Slovaks; Need of...
' miiiEiniss •' Czecho-Slovaks; Need of American Help Urgent London. Sept I?.—With the revival the arrival of American troops of In of tho BusBlan fronts, both wpst and ' east. there have come new calls upon ob. . o^A r<.».„ oi ' tho American Roa Cross, Almost al- ; muUaneously with the ann^uncenient at Vladivostok, cable messages - reachfed 10 Bed Cross headquarters In London of the arrival at the same port of-anjever. American Red Cross mission Which sailed from Tokio. The mission brought with It 7o ,600 pounds of hospital supplies, supplies, provisions and other things ur: ur: gently needed at the front. Part of tho American Red Cross mission went immediately to the front to work among tho Czccho-Slbvaka -and other allied troops.' The remainder remainder of the mission is at Vladivostok, In charge of a largo hospital. A Jat'ge number of wounded Czecho-Slovaks who have hi^retofore been cared for In tho sick-bay of an American man-of-' war at Vladivostok were transferred tq the hospital. The urgent needs of the situation _Jat_YJadlvDstok-were brought to "the attention- of the American Red Cross by the secretary of the navy In Washington, Washington, wljo'reported that an American warship was ca:ring for 85 wounded Czecho-Slovaks and that facilities were wholly Inadequate, - At the same time a wide program of relief work among Russian refugees refugees has been started at HarblB, wherfi fhe American Red Cross representative representative reports" that supplies are needed for 30,000 refug^ea. on all of will and

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  1. Muskogee Times-Democrat,
  2. 12 Sep 1918, Thu,
  3. Page 2

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