Preparedness Notes for Saturday – July 28, 2018

July 28th, 1914 is the  anniversary of the outbreak of World War I –the War that irreparably changed geopolitics. Officially, the war lasted until November 11, 1918, but American troops were still running around shooting Russians until well into 1919.


    1. At the end of WWI the United States, Canada, the UK, and Japan embarked on what is commonly called The Siberian Expedition. Essentially, attempting to take sides in the Russian civil war. Most of this action was on or near the Trans-Siberian Railway, and associated seaports. For some details, see: America’s Siberian Expedition 1918-1920: A Study of National Policy.

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    2. The US branch of the Bank of England”Federal Reserve” almost completely funded the Bolshivicks using the Red Cross as cover to distibute funds and supplies

  1. The Allies, in a effort to keep the Russians fighting the Germans on the Eastern Front, began shipping supplies via the Trans-Siberian Railway, and when the Revolution began adversely impacting the delivery of supplies, the Allies sent ground troops to protect the logistics lines of communications. They stayed past the Armistice to allow for the evacuation of other Allied forces from the Eastern Front thru Siberia, to recover supplies sent to the Russian Army, and to prevent a power vacuum that might be exploited by the Communists or other powers.

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