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Trans-Baikal Cossack Brigade [Zabaikal'skaya Kazach'ya Brigada] 2nd Siberian Army Corps

Chita

1st Verkhneudinsk Cossack Regiment [1-i Verkhneudinskii kazachii Polk] Troitskosavsk (Temporarily at Kobdo, in Mongolia) 1st Chita Cossack Regiment [2-i Chitinskii Kazachii Polk] Chita 1st Argun Cossack Regiment Dauriya Station, Trans-Baikal Railroad [3-i Argunskii Kazachii Polk] Trans-Baikal Cossack Artillery Battalion.

Chita.

[Zabaikal'skii kazachii artileriiskii divizion.] 1st His Imperial Highnedd the Heir and Tsesarevich Alexander

Nikolaevich’s Trans-Baikal Battery [1-ya Zabaikal'skaya EGO IMPERATORSKAGO VYSOCHESTVA NASLEDNIKA TSESAREVICHA ALEKSANDRA NIKOLAEVICHA Batareya] Dauriya Station, Trans-Baikal Railroad 2nd Trans-Baikal Battery [2-ya Zabaikal'skaya batareya.] Troitskosavsk (Temporarily at Gurga, Mongolia)

1st Nerchinsk Cossack Regiment [4-i Nerchinskii Kazachii Polk] Ussuri Horse Brigade Grodekovo There were four 2nd-Category regiments, similarly named but numbered "2nd," and the single 3rd-Category "3rd Verkhneudinsk Cossack Regiment." There were two 2nd-Category batteries numbered 3rd and 4th, and two 3rd-Category batteries numbered 5th and 6th.

Amur Cossack Host [Amurskoe Kazach'e Voisko] Headquarters, Blagoveshchensk

General-Adjutnant Graf Muravev of the Amur's Amur Cossack Regiment [Amurskii Kazachii Generala Ad"utanta Grafa Murav'eva Amurskago Polk] 5th Siberian Corps Blagoveshchensk (The British Handbook says that this regiment was composed of two 1st-Category sotnias, two 2nd-Category sotnias, and two 3rd-Category sotnias, and that there was a Amur Half-Regiment of three sotnias - one from each category.)

Ussuri Cossack Host [Ussuriiskoe Kazach'e Voisko] Headquarters, Vladivostok Fortress

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