The Armenian community in Manchuli (circa 1919) (Photo: Meltickian Collection)
My father survived the massacres and eventually took the Trans-Siberian train to Vladivostok. From there he went to Harbin, which was then the independent country of Manchuria. I don’t know where Manculi is located, but at least our beloved Armenian brothers and sisters found refuge there. God Bless Armenia!
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