Oral History Center - UC Berkeley Library

Valentin V. Fedoulenko: Russian Emigrant Life in Shanghai

Interviewee(s):
Fedoulenko, Valentin V.
Interviewer(s):
Raymond, Boris
Title:
Valentin V. Fedoulenko: Russian Emigrant Life in Shanghai
Abstract:
Effect of revolution on soldiers, 1917; White Army staff, 1918; retreat to Vladivostok; Shanghai emigré life, 1922-1930s: organizing the Russian community politically and culturally; dissatisfactions, White struggles against the Bolsheviks, Stalinist purges; Shanghai during WWII: Japanese occupation and pressure to collaborate, emigré association and first attempts to emigrate; Tubabao refugee camp: contact with Senator William Knowland and the San Francisco Russian colony.
Subject area(s):
Community and Identity
Interview date(s):
1966
Project:
Community and Identity - Individual Interviews
Oskicat record:
b11233946
Rights:
Fedoulenko, Valentin V. "Valentin V. Fedoulenko: Russian Emigrant Life in Shanghai." Interview by Boris Raymond in 1966. Oral History Center, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, 1967.