Article about Ukrainians in Manchuria

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Article about Ukrainians in Manchuria

Post by koczownik » 10 Aug 2018 20:16

I thought I would post a link to this article just in case some people were interested. Manchuria (and later the state of Manchukuo) was home to a variety of nationals from the former Russian Empire, not just the more widely known Russians but also smaller groups like Poles, Ukrainians, Jews from various countries and, from my research, at least a few Georgians and Armenians. I thought this article provided an interesting look at some of these other nationalities, and the problems a historian can sometimes encounter trying to identify them, given that they were so often grouped together with Russians.

https://journals.library.ualberta.ca/pi ... e/1419/961

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Re: Article about Ukrainians in Manchuria

Post by Eugen Pinak » 13 Aug 2018 09:25

Interesting article. Thanks for sharing it.

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