Ulan Ude

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U•lan U•de

(uˈlɑn uˈdeɪ)
n.
a city in and the capital of the Buryat Autonomous Republic, on the Selenga River. 353,000. Formerly, Verkhneudinsk.
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(67) The founder of the VerkhneUdinsk association, Yu Enbo--whose vitriolic letter to the Foreign Ministry contrasted the "inhuman," "brutal" Russian "animals" with the "civilized" Chinese--had come from Shandong to Russia on business; (68) the leaders of the East Siberian and Chita associations, who attributed Siberia's development chiefly to the Chinese diaspora, were also merchants.
fasciatus (Fischer, 1846) SE Russia: Transbaikalia (Duaria), Verkhneudinsk m.
The Japanese, who by March 1919 had an army of 70,000 in the Russian Far East, were assigned the greatest share, protecting the line from Verkhneudinsk, some 30 miles east of Lake Baikal, to Khabarovsk and down to Iman.