Vyatskoye, Khabarovsk Krai

Vyatskoye (Roushie: Вя́тское) (alternatively kent as Viatsk or Viatskoe) is a sma fishin veelage in Khabarovsk Krai, Roushie, locatit on the east side o the Amur River, 70 kilometers (43 mi) northeast o Khabarovsk.


The oreeginal inhabitants apparently wur various Tungusic fowks.

Umwhile pairt o Ooter Manchurie, Vyatskoye alang wi Khabarovsk an Vladivostok was cedit tae Imperial Roushie bi the Qing Dynasty o Cheenae as pairt o the 1860 Convention o Peking.

Durin Warld War II near Vyatskoye wis a camp for the Soviet 88t Brigade, which wis made up o Cheenese an Korean guerrillas. Kim Il-sung, futur leader o the Democratic Fowkrepublic o Korea (North Korea), wis stationed there as a Caiptain in the Soviet Red Airmy commandin a battalion, an accordin tae some sources his family wis there as well. Accordin tae those same sources his son Kim Jong-il wis born there on February 16, 1941 (Although the DFRK govrenment claim Kim Jong-il wis born on Baekdu Muntain in Japanese occupee'd Korea a year later, on 16 Februar 1942). Residents o the toun claim that his brither Shura Kim (an aa kent as the first Kim Pyong-il) fell intae a well an dee'd, an wis buriet thare; housomeivver ither sources claim that Kim Jong-il's siblin drouned in a puil in Pyongyang in 1947.