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Siberia
First posted on February 4th 2005, last revied on March 23rd 2008







Russian Foreign Relations : the Far East, 1860-1917

Timeline : Russian Far East
Historical Atlas, Russian Far East, Siberia

see also History of Karafuto, Siberia






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Article History of Siberia, from Wikipedia
Article Sakhalin, from Wikipedia
Establishment and development of the JAR, by Jewish Autonomous Region
History of Khabarovsk, from Intour Khabarovsk
Article Russian Far East, from Columbia Encyclopedia
A Brief History of the Koryak, from Koryaks.net
Sakhalin Regional Museum, webpage on history of S.
Maps : Asian Russian Empire (Blackie & Sons 1882), posted by FEEFHS
Article Siberia, from EB 1911
A Short History of Siberia, from Ruhr-Univ. Bochum
Article : Siberia, from Catholic Encyclopedia, 1912 edition
Koreans in Russia : a Historical Perspective, from Korea Times
History of Vladivostok, by Alexx
History of Kamchatka, by Andrew Wielochowski
David Nordlander, Magadan and the economic history of Dalstroi in the 1930es
Chita, from Russian Courier
Transib History, from Trans Siberian Railway Encyclopedia
A Short History of the Catholic Church in the Territory of the Apostolic Administration of Eastern Siberia, postede by Mary Mother of God Mission Society
Sakhalin and the Kuriles : History, from Sakhalin.ru
The 27th Infantry - AEF Siberia, from Kolchak.org
Khabarovsk Territory, Magadan Region, Primorye Territory, Chukotka Aut. Area, Koryak Aut. Area, Jewish Aut. Region, Sakhalin Region, from Kommersant, has detailed articles on the history of the respective region
DOCUMENTS Flags of the Russian Far East, from FOTW
Articles Vladivostiok, Maritime Province, Article Sakhalin, Khabarovsk, Kamchatka, from EB 1911
Articles Wladiwostok, Sachalin, Chabarovka, Amurprovinz, Kamtschatka, from Meyers Konversationslexikon, edition of 1889, in German
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