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The article is devoted to one of the youth organizations in Russian Manchuria. The Order of the Crusaders, emerged in the mid-1920s in Harbin during the period when emigrant youth resisted the spread of Soviet influence in the right of way of the Chinese Eastern railway, originally had the nature of a scout association with its own laws governing the life of the Crusader, symbols, and paraphernalia. Unlike other youth emigrant organizations, the Order of the Crusaders wasn’t committed to the fist method of discussion between the “white” and the “red” youth in the initial period of its existence. However, after the change of leadership, the organization announced itself as a monarchist organisation and stood for radical positions introducing many adult participants among the supporters of the White movement and collaborating with the leaders of the White guerrilla teams which acted in border areas. In the second half of the 1920s, the structural units of the crusaders appeared in some settlements in Manchuria and in Shanghai. The leadership of the Order of the Crusaders made attempts for participation in the Soviet-Chinese conflict on the Chinese Eastern railway and welcomed the introduction of the Japanese troops in Manchuria in 1931. In the 1930s, the change of the situation in Manchuria led to the extinction of the Order as well as of a number of other emigrant organizations which didn’t coincide with the plans of Japanese supervisors of the Russian emigration to Manchukuo
Título traduzido da contribuiçãoThe Order of the Crusaders in Manchuria (1924 - the early 1930s)
Idioma originalRussian
Páginas (de-até)145-154
Número de páginas10
RevistaРоссия и АТР
Número de emissão4(94)
Estado da publicaçãoPublished - 2016



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