The Yellow Russia Project 黃俄羅斯計劃
▲ 1. Map of the Yellow Russia Project
The Yellow Russia Project was a plan proposed by the Russian Empire to annex China’s northern territory during the frenzy of carve-up of China by the great powers at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century, with the intention of turning the north of the Great Wall into the so-called “Yellow Russia” .
The “Yellow Russia Project” was a plan of the Russian Tsar Nicholas II in the 19th century aimed at invading China. It was to draw a straight line from Mount Chogori on the Sino-Russian border in Xinjiang to Vladivostok , and to assign all the land north of this to Russia. . It was only after the February Revolution in Russia during the First World War that the Russian Empire was overthrown that this plot did not succeed completely.
In the 19th century, when the Western powers invaded and carve up China, the Russian Empire acted as the vanguard of the invasion of China by virtue of its geographical advantages. Incorporate Xinjiang , Mongolia , and Northeast China, that is, northern China, into its embezzlement plan, especially coveting the Northeast. In addition to the same methods of aggression as those of the great powers, it also obtained the privilege of overhauling the railway in the Northeast. They stationed troops along the Dongqing Railway, which was built across the Northeast, and committed crimes, which aroused great indignation among the Chinese people. The Imperial Russian government then believed that the time had come for a formal invasion of Manchuria. Its Minister of War said: “This will give us an excuse to occupy Manchuria.”
Tsar Nicholas II saw this opportunity, and in order to realize his desire to turn Northeast China into “Yellow Russia” like Little Russia ( Ukraine ) and Belarus as part of Russia , he decided on July 9, 1900 On the 1st, he announced that he would be the commander-in-chief. Using the high-sounding excuse of “helping the Qing government establish order and stability”, he ordered the mobilization of 180,000 troops and marched into Northeast China in seven routes. Except for the Southwest 1st Route, which directly participated in the Eight-Power Allied Forces, and after completing the capture of Beijing and Tianjin, sent troops northward and out of Shanhaiguan to attack Jinzhou , and took action at the end of September. Since then, the people of Northeast China have suffered an unprecedented catastrophe.
Middle Eastern Railway
In order to implement this evil plan, the Russian imperial government forced the Qing government of China to sign a series of unequal treaties and plundered more than 1.5 million square kilometers of Chinese territory. In 1891, the Tsar began building a large railway that would run through Siberia . This large railway, regarded as the “spine” by Russia, starts from Moscow in the west, crosses eight time zones and 16 Eurasian rivers, crosses Heilongjiang and Jilin provinces in northeast China, with a length of more than 8,000 kilometers, and runs eastward to Vladivostok (now Vladivostok).
On June 3, 1896, Li Hongzhang and the Russian Empire signed the “Treaty of Mutual Assistance against the Enemy” (also known as the " Sino-Russian Secret Treaty "), allowing Russia to build a road across China’s Heilongjiang and Jilin provinces to Vladivostok Ke (Vladivostok) railway. Regardless of wartime or peacetime, Russia has the right to use the railway to transport the wounded, food and ordnance. Under the guise of jointly defending against the enemy, the “Sino-Russian Secret Treaty” coerced and defrauded the privilege of crossing the border and building roads, sowing the seeds of disaster for China. This railway is called the Middle Eastern Railway.
After the “Ili Treaty”, Russia signed several demarcation protocols with the Qing government, and cut off more than 30,000 square kilometers of land west of the Horgos River in Xinjiang from China. In 1898, Russia sent troops to forcibly occupied more than 20,000 square kilometers of land west of the Sarekol Ridge on the Pamir Plateau , and took most of the Pamir Plateau from China, resulting in the century-long undemarcated issue of the Pamir Plateau. It was not until 2001 that the People’s Republic of China signed a border treaty with Tajikistan and took back nearly 2,000 square kilometers of land.
During the construction of the Middle East Railway, the entire northeast land was engulfed in a sea of flames. The massacre of the Russian army, the extent of the invasion, and the magnitude of the conspiracy are outrageous.
Jiangdong sixty-four massacre
Invasion of the Northeast
Occupation of the Northeast
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