Trans-Siberian Railway Linking Japan to Europe

The Trans–Siberian Railway is a network of railways connecting Moscow with the Russian Far East.[1] With a length of 9,289 kilometers (5,772 miles) from Moscow to Vladivostok, it is the third-longest railway-line in the world.[2][3] Russian Empire government ministers personally appointed by the Emperor Alexander III of Russia and by his son, the Tsarevich Nicholas (later

Sino-Soviet conflict (1929)

The conflict was the first major combat test of the reformed Soviet Red Army – one organized along the latest professional lines – and ended with the mobilization and deployment of 156,000 troops to the Manchurian border. Combining the active-duty strength of the Red Army and border guards with the call-up of the Far East

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