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I don’t want to add a huge list of YouTube clips here; they’ll just be embedded in posts where necessary.
However, you may well enjoy the animated movie, Corto Maltese in Siberia, which covers the Warlord era in China and the Civil War in Russia. It’s split into ten parts, the first of which is below: