Basmachi Movement From Within: Account of Zeki Velidi Togan

H. B. Paksoy

Published in NATIONALITIES PAPERS

Vol. 23, No 2.

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"Basmachi": Turkistan National Liberation Movement 1916-1930s

H.B. Paksoy

The following paper is published in the MODERN ENCYCLOPEDIA OF RELIGIONS IN RUSSIA AND THE SOVIET UNION (FL: Academic

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Russian conquest of Turkestan

The Russian conquest of Turkestan took place in the second half of the nineteenth century. The land that became Russian Turkestan and later Soviet Central Asia is now divided between Kazakhstan

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Russian Turkestan. Shoshana Keller

Russian Turkestan

Imperial Russian military commanders conquered Transoxiana for a variety of reasons: to

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Russia’s Colonial Allergy

“The history of Russia is the history of a country that colonizes itself.” This phrase, first coined by the historian Sergei Solov’ev in the 1840s, gained widespread currency thanks to Vasilii

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Central Asia: Interpreting and Remembering the 1916 Revolt

 “You must have some more of these potatoes,” the scholar next to me urged, ladling out beshbarmak, a tasty mixture of meat, flat noodles and broth that is widely considered Kazakhstan’s national

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Remembering The Great Urkun 100 Years Later.
Bruce Pannier

Every year for the last 100 years, when the snow melts in the passes leading from Kyrgyzstan to China through the Tien-Shan (Heavenly) Mountains, evidence of one of the worst tragedies in the

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