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-3- Opening peace negotiations with the Verhne-Udinsky Government of the the Far Eastern Republic, the cessation of hostilities on the part of the said republic against Semenov’s detachments which were in Chita. In course of negotiations with the Government of the far Eastern Republic general O-oi said: “I act together with Semenov’s troops in the interests of maintaining order in Zabaikalye”. 70 Japanese officers, among them General Staff officers Lieutenant-Colonel Sato and captain Hata, served in Baron Ungeru’s troops operating on the territory of Halha-Mongolia. Officers Vagasagi, Yanani, Tantsima, Tsubo and others served as instructors. Ungeru together with his Jaapenese advisers carred on unbridled terror, committed plunder, violence and perpetrated atrocities over innocent Mongolian peasants in Urga and other inhabited points. On Ungaru’s orders they killed women and sucklings. The bodies of executed people hanged for several days from the gates and telegraph posts in Urga, capital of Halha-Mongolia. On 11, 12 and 13 of June 1921 fight was going on against Ungeru. Among the captured documents were found original lists of Japanese General Staff officers and their own signatures to the effect that they received pay from the Japanese military command for