Kroll J.L. Rudolf Vyatkin // The Grand Scribe's Records. Vol. V.1. The hereditary Houses of Pre-Han China, Part I by Ssu-ma Ch'ien. Ed. W.H.Nienhauser, Jr. Translators Weiguo Cao, Zhi Chen, S. Cook, Hongyu Huang, B.Knickerbocker, W.H.Nienhauser, Jr., Wang Jing, Zhang Zhenjin, Zhao Hua. Bloomington & Indianapolis: Indiana University Prsee 2006.
Rudolf Vsevolodovich Vyatkin (March 6, 1910-September 10, 1995; Chinese name; Yüeh T'e-chin) was born in Switzerland into a family of political emigrants from tsarist Russia. On his father's side he was a scion of a hereditary Cossack clan whose members were attached to the squadrons of the Siberian Cossack Host. The Vyatkins lived in the slanitsa (a large Cossack village) Ozerki near Semipalatinsk and had annually to attend a public gathering of cavalrymen, though as a matter of fact they were ordinary farmers. He supposed himself to be a descendant of some peasants from Vyatka who moved to Siberia in the sixteenth century at the time of Yermak Tymofeyevich (hence the surname Vyatkin). His grandfather on his mother's side was Vasily Akkerman, the head of] a poor Jewish family residing in the railway station of UsoPye in Irkutskaya Province, who engaged in handicrafts and petty trade…
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Вяткин, Рудольф Всеволодович