On Okhrana investigation/suspicions of coming robbery in Caucasus; 14 and 18 Jan. 1908: Stanford, Paris Okhrana archives, box 209, folder XXB.2, letter on suspects, 13 Feb. 1907. Arrest of Kamo and full biography, 31 Oct./13 Nov. and 27/14 Nov. 1908; and 14 Nov./21 Oct. 1907: Suspect in Tiflis expropriationJosef/Soso Davrichewy: Stanford, Okhrana box 209, folder XXB.1.
Letter, R. Arsenidze to Boris Nikolaevsky, 8 Jan. 1957, on investigation by Silvester Jibladze and fights with Menshevik about Kvirili expropriation money: Nikolaevsky box 472, folder 2.
Grigory Uratadze, Vospominaniya (henceforth Uratadze), pp. 16366Stalin, the main financier of the Bolshevik centre, did not participate personally; pp. 7172 on giving expro money to Shaumian.
On Kamos role: I. M. Dubinsky-Mukhadze, Kamo, pp. 7184; David Shub, Kamo. Obeying Stalin from Gendarme report, R. Imnaishvili, Kamo, section 1, pp. 5255; the expropriation, p. 59; betrayal of Kamo by Arsen Karsidze, p. 34. Account of expropriation as told by Kamo to his wife: S. F. Medvedeva-Ter-Petrossian, Tovarish
Kamo. Jacques Baynac, Kamo, pp. 90100. Anna Geifman, Thou Shalt Kill, pp. 112-16, 212 and 299, including Kamo killing for Stalin. On psychology of Kamo and terrorists: Introduction in Anna Geifman (ed.), Russia under the Last Tsar, pp. 114. Jonathan Daly, The Watchful State, p. 67. Radzinsky, Stalin, p. 61. Robert C. Williams, The Other Bolsheviks (henceforth Williams), pp. 11315.
Pretty girls, Stalins iron discipline: Khariton Chavichvili, Patrie, prison, exil, p. 145. Lenin under attack from Mensheviks: Khariton Chavichvili, Révolutionnaires russes à Genève en 1908, pp. 8083. Stalin and Shaumian in London, permission for expropriation, morning meeting, division of spoils: G. S. Akopian, Stepan Shaumian, pp. 44, 64. Vahtang Guruli, Svodnaya Gruzia no. 152 (225), 24 Sept. 1994, p. 4: SR theory and also Kamo accompanied by daughter of deputy police chief of Shorapani. On Okhrana informer reports that SRs conducted Tiflis expropriation and money stolen by Kamo, Tiflis Okhrana agents N and Bolshaya on 2 July and 15 July 1907:Vahtang Guruli, Josef Stalin Materials for the Biography, pp. 911, in Central Georgian State Historical Archive 188.8.131.52, 21, 23.
Lenin and Krasin create the Technical Group, bombs and money: L. B. Krasin, Bolshevistskaya partiianaya tekhnika, pp. 813.
Lenin and Krasin fight for the money under Menshevik attack: Boris Nikolaevsky, Bolshevistskiy Tsentre, Rodina no. 2, 1992, pp. 3335, and no. 5, pp. 2531. Kamo on train with girl, policemans daughter: Baron Bibineishvili, Za chetvet veka (henceforth Bibineishvili), pp. 9294.
Memoir of boys working for Stalin and other comrades by D. Chachanidze: GF IML 184.108.40.206. Joint operations and assassinations with Anarchists and no mention of arrest at time of expropriation: Tsintsadze, p. 111. Kamo confides in Davrichewy that Stalin in charge, viceroy furious, Stalins operations; Stalin opens era of the holdup, Gori connection, Kamo kills for Stalin: Josef Davrichewy, Ah! Ce quon rigolait bien avec mon copain Staline (henceforth Davrichewy), pp. 23739, 17477, 18889. Stalin in Tiflis engaged in preparations, in Baku by 17 June, quote from L. D. Trotsky, Stalin on roof by G. Besedovsky, expulsion from Caucasus Regional Committee but supported by Lenin and CC: Alexander Ostrovsky, Kto stoyal za spinoi Stalina? (henceforth Ostrovsky), pp. 25962. The other insider in bank/mail, G. Kasradze introduced to Kamo and Kasradze later interrogated by N. Jordania and admitted role in expropriation thanks to Stalin: GF IML 220.127.116.11.
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