Kazakhstan under Red Flag of Communism: from October Revolution to Autonomic Republic of the Soviet Union
Kazakhstan under Red Flag of Communism: from October Revolution to Autonomic Republic of the Soviet Union
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PII
S207987840002591-9-1
DOI
10.18254/S0002591-9-1
Publication type
Article
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Published
Authors
Aleksander Kadyrbaev 
Affiliation: Institute of Oriental Studies RAS
Address: Russian Federation, Moscow
Abstract
Article is devoted to the description and the analysis of the events which occurred in Kazakhstan after October revolution of 1917 and during civil war, and also to the state construction in Central Asia and to creation of the first Kazakh autonomy as a result of the policy of the national and state delimitation pursued in the USSR in 1924. As these events paved the historical way for emergence of the modern state of the Republic of Kazakhstan, their studying and is today the extremely actual. Studying of this period of joint history of Kazakhstan and Russia is important and because of a celebration of the historical myths which are nowadays occurring in public consciousness of both countries. This article is based on research of materials of the Russian archives, official Kazakhstan and Russian Soviet sources, and also on achievements of modern western and Russian historiographies.
Keywords
Kazakhstan, nomads, Eurasia, October revolution, Central Asia, society, autonomic republic, Soviet Union, civil war, Turkestan, Alash-Orda
Received
01.12.2018
Publication date
15.02.2019
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