Chinese and Korean Participation in the Russian Civil War

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Re: Chinese and Korean Participation in the Russian Civil War

Postby awys08 » 06 Jan 2010 23:09

qwerty_vl wrote:Beiyang government in Beijing decided to join Allied forces in 1918. There were around 2000 men sent to the Far-East of Russia. Mainly in Ussuriisk (Nikolskoe), Vladivostok, Khabarovsk. 33th regiment of 9th inf. stationed in Ussuriisk, light cruiser Hai Yung (海容 Hai Rong) was in Vladivostok.

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Hi, I'm writing my final year history dissertation on this topic, may I know the source of the above information? Thank you.

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Re: Chinese and Korean Participation in the Russian Civil War

Postby qwerty_vl » 09 Jan 2010 05:05

if you mean photo - all from private collection. if info - there is a huge digitized archive in Taiwan National Museum

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Re: Chinese and Korean Participation in the Russian Civil War

Postby awys08 » 09 Jan 2010 17:31

Hi, thank you so much for your reply. If I were to use these pictures in my dissertation, how should I quote them? How did you know these pictures were taken during the Russian Civil War in Vladivostok?

Best regards,
Yoke Wong

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Re: Chinese and Korean Participation in the Russian Civil War

Postby qwerty_vl » 10 Jan 2010 02:00

You can use these pictures freely in your dissertation, just mention "Private collection of A. Shakhman". I can send you files in necessary resolution if needed. If you wish we can discuss the dissertation materials with you, so I'll see what else can I provide.

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Re: Chinese and Korean Participation in the Russian Civil War

Postby qwerty_vl » 10 Jan 2010 02:05

awys08 wrote: How did you know these pictures were taken during the Russian Civil War in Vladivostok?
Yoke Wong

It is Vladivostok for sure, because I live here and I know what I'm speaking about))

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Re: Chinese and Korean Participation in the Russian Civil War

Postby qwerty_vl » 10 Jan 2010 02:29

Dear Yoke Wong,
since you are writing dissertation on this subject, do you have and could you share with us photos of following gunboats an personnel, if any:
gunboat Jiang Heng "江亨" capt. 陈世英
gunboat Li Sui "利绥" capt. 毛仲才
gunboat Li Jie "利捷" capt. 林培熙
tug Li Chuan "利川" capt. 林天寿
light cruiser (?) Yong Jian "永健" capt. ?

Especially interested in "Li Chuan"-tug's photo, because still got none.

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Re: Chinese and Korean Participation in the Russian Civil War

Postby Sisyphus » 16 Mar 2010 20:35

In the "Nikolayevsk Incident"(尼港事件) of 1920, several Chinese soldier servered in Yakov Triapitsyn's partisans force. It was said that Chinese gunboat "Chiang Hung" lent 3 Gatlin guns to these partisans to attack Japanese Forces in Nikolayevsk city.

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Re: Chinese and Korean Participation in the Russian Civil War

Postby Peter H » 26 Mar 2010 10:44

From ebay,seller dixie_auctions

August 1918--review of Chinese troops Vladivostok
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Re: Chinese and Korean Participation in the Russian Civil Wa

Postby koryo-saram » 13 Feb 2011 14:12

Hello-

Does anyone have any more pictures of Soviet-Korean fighters from around this time period, particularly, related to the "Free City Incident" and the Nikolaevsk Massacre? Photos and any intriguing links related to Soviet-Korean fighters would be of great interest to me.

Many thanks,

--Dan


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