The original is from Central State Archives of the Red Army (TsGAKA)and can be found at the Electronic Library of Historical Documents in the volume "The Military Commonwealth: Workers of Foreign Countries with the Peoples of Soviet Russia (1917-1922)".
|International Rifle Regiment||842|
|Separate International Cavalry Divizion||278|
|Staff of the International Brigade||23||178|
|1st International Regiment||63||1210|
|2nd International Regiment||48||731|
|A note says these units had left TurkFront in June, apparently for Kazan.|
|International units at the disposal of VOKhR|
|244th International Battalion||unknown||Moscow|
|11th battalion of the VOKhR||55||255||Kazan Urals Military District|
|Brigade of the III International||unknown||Krasnoyarsk, East Siberia|
|37th brigade||126||West Siberian sector|
|47th brigade||338||West Siberian sector|
|48th brigade||78||West Siberian sector|
|74th brigade||2||West Siberian sector|
|22nd Rifle Battalion of the VOKhR||6||166||Samara|
|Int. platoon of the 23rd VOKhR Brigade||5||57||Orenburg|
The Brigade of the III International had 3 rifle battalions, a separate cavalry divizion, a sapper company and a communications company.
The 371st International Battalion, with 296 men, joined the 61st Regiment of the 21st Brigade on August 15, 1920In June the 244th International VOKhR Battalion sent greeting to the Congress of the III International from its "Hungarian, German, Ukrainian, Russian, Polish and other nationalities".
|Efremov International Company||1||129||Tula, Moscow District|
|10th Separate Rifle Battalion||1||693||Vladimir, Moscow District|
|At Cheka disposal||64||Archangel, Belomorsk District|
|At Cheka disposal||8||Smolensk, Western District|
|On forced labour||23||Kholmogorsk|