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    Post Ethnic Composition of the Tatars

    I once thought Tatars were a Turkic or Mongoloid ethnic group living in Europe, but when I viewed some pictures of Tatars, many look indistinguishable from Europeans. So does anyone have any factual information on the Tatars (most likely their European features, like those of the Turks were produced from intermingling, and not native to their genetic stock)

    Some pictures: a typical Tatar minority of China

    http://www.paulnoll.com/China/Minorities/min-Tatar.html


    http://www.index-china.com/minority/...ty-english.htm

    another shot of Tatars from a Chinese site



    Chinese Tatar Boy:



    Crimean Tatar:

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/not_in_we...ts/1995670.stm


    European (most likely Russian) Tatar:

    Last edited by Schutzstaffelor; Tuesday, March 8th, 2005 at 05:52 AM.

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    Post Questions on the Volga and Crimean Tatars

    I once thought all Tatars were Turkic looking Armenoids or Mongoloids, but recently I've read tracts on them that the European Tatars (although descended from Turkic tribes) have assilimated genetically with the slavs so much that their asiatic traits are barely distinguishable.

    how much of this can be corroborated?

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