- Posted by rusgen
- On December 19, 2018
- book, China, Genealogy, harbin, index, Russia, shanghai
It is time to update the Russians in China Genealogical index, which was published in 2014.
It is available on Amazon at this link and still could be a great Christmas gift to anyone with Shanghai, Harbin and other Chinese immigrant ancestry.
We have got several lists of Chinese immigrants to add up to 10,000 records to the book, mostly with names never listed anywhere before — applications for Soviet citizenship in 1920s and 1930s, lists of people who were evacuated in 1935 from Harbin to USSR, lists of people who were victims of NKVD “Kharbin operation” in 1937-1938, lists of persons who moved from China to Phillippines in 1940s-1950s and then went to Americas, Australia and US.
We are digitizing and indexing those documents to make them available for your search of long lost ancestors, and would ask for your donations to this project, as it is a time-consuming endeavor. We will publish names of all persons who donated in the book.
Please use the link below for your donation: