STENLI, ChERNIJ, and KAPRANOV

3 Aug 1940

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USSRRef. No.: 3/PPDT/T114
Issued: /17/6/1971
Copy No.: 11

REISSUE
1. STENLI
2. ChERNIJ AND KAPRANOV


From: LONDON
To: MOSCOW
No: 847

3rd August 1940



To DIRECTOR

1. STENLI [i] has arrived at [C% his place] [1 group unidentified] but cannot [8 groups unrecovered] has received nothing.

     [51 groups unrecoverable]

the luggage of ChERNIJ [ii] and KAPRANOV [iii] [C% is being sent] to MURMANSK. [8 groups unrecovered]

No. 212

BARCh [iv]






Note: This message was previously issued as 3/NBF/T1794 on 7.7.1966.

Comments:[i] STENLI: i.e. "STANLEY"
[ii] ChERNIJ: Probably Ivan Iosifovich ChERNIJ, in LONDON from 8th December 1936 to 1940 as Soviet Air Attaché and subsequently also Assistance Military and Naval Attaché; believed to have left the U.K. between April and August 1940.
[iii] KAPRANOV: Probably Aleksej Aleksandrovich KAPRANOV, an engineer attached to the Soviet Trade Delegation in LONDON from 9th June 1938. Granted an exit permit on 11th July 1940; exact date of departure not known.
[iv] BARCh: Simon Davidovich KREMER.


3/PPDT/114 ww2dbase

Source: United States National Security Agency
Added By: C. Peter Chen





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