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whats the point here?
the maps are interesting -- tells us about the the history and the ethnic complication of the area.
i still dont get your point.. how about ethical maps of Tibet or South Mongolia from the End of the Manchurian Empire until now?
i don't have a mongolia or south mongolia map. but there is a china ethnic map including inner mongolia.posted it 3 years ago, please do a search!http://sun-bin.blogspot.com/2005/11/map-detailed-but-old-ethnolinguistic.html
late manchurian empire / early ROC map herehttp://www.fyjs.cn/viewarticle.php?id=156836this includes whole of present day mongolia plus tuva republic
i don't have a mongolia or south mongolia map. but there is a china ethnic map including inner mongolia.----------------------------------sorry but this map is not a ethnic map. its a nationalities map.well... i thought we can see a ethnical development of those areas after chinese began to colonise there..second Map is not even close to be ethnical. Its political map of Qing Empire provinces and royal protectorates.
this annoying anon,i am not your servant.if you are curious, do some homework yourself.if you want to piss around here you are not welcome.goodbye!
I wonder why you need to answer him...BTW, the information made me think back to the lesson of Western History in my old school days.
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