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The only documented change of territory that I can find references for is the annexation of Tanu Tuva, which was occupied by the Red Army in 1921 as stablished as an "independent" People's Republic under Soviet control, and formally annexed it in 1944. Later on, during the Sino-Soviet split which led to the Sino-Soviet war, China made some claims against ...


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Certainly the answer is hard. Maybe we can separate it in two main zones. One is Mongolia and the other one is Dalian (also named Dairen or Port Arthur). Before 1921 Mongolia was under influence of China, while after that date the influence went to the Soviet Union. Dairen is a port that was occupied by several countries during XIX and XX centuries. After ...



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