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Adolf Bohlin

Adolf Bohlin
Missionary to East Turkestan
Born 9 March 1873
Skaraborg County

Adolf Bohlin (born 9 March 1873) was a Swedish missionary. He served with the Mission Union of Sweden in Chinese Turkestan (present day Xinjiang).


J. Lundahl (editor), På obanade stigar: Tjugofem år i Ost-Turkestan. Stockholm, Svenska Missionsförbundet Förlag, 1917

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  • Mission and Change in Eastern Turkestan (English Translation of select chapters of Mission och revolution i Centralasien)

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