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  Demchugdongrub - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A Chahar born of the Plain White Banner (正白旗) in Chahar Province, Demchugdongrub was the sole son of Namuzilewangchuke (那木濟勒旺楚克), the chief of the Xilinguole Alliance (錫- or 西林郭勒盟) and the Prefect-King of the Zasakeduoluotuling Prefecture of the Right Su'nile Banner (蘇尼特右旗紮薩克多羅杜棱郡王).
Demchugdongrub was appointed a member of the Chahar Provincial Committee in 1929.
In December 1949, after the collapse of the Federation, Demchugdongrub fled to Mongolia and was at first welcomed there, but then captured by the People's Republic of Mongolia in the following February and deported to China in September, where he was charged with treason by the People's Republic of China.
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 Demchugdongrub -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Demchugdongrub studied (A family of Altaic language spoken in Mongolia) Mongolian, (Any of the Sino-Tibetan languages spoken in China; regarded as dialects of a single language (even though they are mutually unintelligible) because they share an ideographic writing system) Chinese, (The Tungusic language spoken by the Manchu people) Manchu languages.
The Mengjiang United Autonomous Government was set up in 1937 with Demchugdongrub first being the vice- (The officer who presides at the meetings of an organization) chairman, then the chairman.
Until his death at the age of 64 in (A northern industrial city of China northwest of Beijing) Hohhot, he had worked in an Inner Mongolian (A record or narrative description of past events) history (A depository for collecting and displaying objects having scientific or historical or artistic value) museum.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/d/de/demchugdongrub.htm   (563 words)

  
 Demchugdongrub
Demchugdongrub married a Taijide princess (台吉的格格) of his banner, and the next year had their first child, Dugursulong (都古爾蘇隆).
Several years later, Demchugdongrub had four more sons and one daughter with his second fujing (福晉), a Taijide princess of the Abaga Banner (阿巴嘎旗;).
In December 1949, after the collapse of the Federation, Demchugdongrub fled to Mongolia and was at first welcomed by the new nation, but then captured by the People's Republic of Mongolia in the following February and deported to China in September, where he was charged with treason by the People's Republic of China.
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 Axis Powers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Mengjiang, (Mengchiang), was a client state organized by Japan on February 18, 1936.
The country's independence was merely theoretical, since principal political power remained firmly with "local" Japanese establishment.your local leader under japanese administration are Mongol Prince Demchugdongrub.
The Japanese Army's ostensible purpose there was an eventual invasion of Soviet Siberia, during which it would advance the frontiers of Menchiang to Soviet Outer Mongolia.
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 Demchugdongrub - China-related Topics A-D - China-Related Topics
Demchugdongrub - China-related Topics A-D - China-Related Topics
A Chahar born of the Plain White Banner systemBanner (正白旗) in Chahar Province, Demchugdongrub was the sole son of Namuzilewangchuke (那木濟勒旺楚克), the chief of the Xilinguole Alliance (錫- or 西林郭勒盟) and the Prefect-King of the Zasakeduoluotuling Prefecture of the Right Su'nile Banner (蘇尼特右旗紮薩克多羅杜棱郡王;).
Demchugdongrub studied Mongolian languageMongolian, Chinese languageChinese, Manchu languageManchu languages.
www.famouschinese.com /virtual/Demchugdongrub   (478 words)

  
 The Nationality Question in Inner Mongolia and the Ethnic Opposition by G. Tsengelt
From 1912 to 1947 almost 10 separate Mongol national governments were formed in Inner Mongolia, declaring either their independence or autonomy from China.
Of these, the most powerful and influential was the autonomous government led by the Prince of Sonid, Demchugdongrub.
For example, in the earliest years of the establishment of the Inner Mongolia autonomous region up to 1950, the "Western Mongolian autonomous government" which was founded by Demchugdongrub and did not recognize the Communist's "Autonomous Region" was liquidated by the Chinese Army.
www.radicalparty.org /humanrights/mon_doc2.htm   (6221 words)

  
 Genghis_Khan_Mausoleum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The Buriyat Mongolian scholar Jamtsarano recommended the Darkhad to move to Northern Mongolia around 1910.
In 1949 Prince Demchugdongrub, the leader of the Mongol independence movement in Southern Mongolia, met the mausoleums in Bayankhota of Alashan Banner.
This symbolic event deeply impressed the prince and his subjects.
www.usedaudiparts.com /search.php?title=Genghis_Khan_Mausoleum   (747 words)

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