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K rannei istorii russkoi obshchiny v avstraliiskom gorode Ipsvich (1913-1924) (On the Early History of the Russian Community in the Australian Town of Ipswich (1913-1924)

Windle, Kevin


This article treats the early history of the small community of Russian workers in Ipswich, Queensland, who formed an association in 1913. Mutually hostile splinter groups formed in 1918, when the community was deeply involved in the Red Flag Riots. In 1924, one of the community leaders, A. Kochetygov (Lubimov), departed for Soviet Russia, taking with him the association’s minute books and other documents, which have since been held in the archive of the Communist International (Comintern) in...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2017
Type: Journal article
Source: Drugie Berega


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