Сергей Викторович Смирнов, Алексей Михайлович Буряков

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n May 1939, there was a large-scale military conflict between Japan and the Soviet Union as a result of Japanese provocative acts in the territory of Manchurian-Mongolian border near Nomonhan-Burd-Obo. It took place in the territory of the Mongolian People’s Republic. The Soviet Union won in September of the same year. The article, based on the unique archive documents and emigrants’ publications, presents a biography of a Russian emigrant, a military officer of Manchukuo army M. Natarov who died in the battle of Khalkhyn Gol in July 1939. The authors also analyze the rise of the cult of warriors against the Communist International in the Russian emigrants’ community. M. Natarov’s death was used by the emigrant politicians supported by Japanese authorities to create the cult of heroes killed in the struggle against the Communist International. The aim of the cult was to unite Russian emigrants on the background of anti-Soviet climate. Due to the short period of its existence and tepid response from the emigrants’ community, the cult failed to gain ground in the minds of Russian emigrants in Manchukuo. The article is based on the documents of the Khabarovsk Region State Archive
投稿的翻译标题Mikhail Natarov, the Russian “Hero” of the Battle of Khalkhyn Gol
期刊Историко-экономические исследования
Published - 2019


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