Pan-Turkism and Islam in Russia.


Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1960.

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Subjects Islam.
Minorités -- Russie.
Minorities -- Soviet Union.
Minorities.
Muslims -- Russia.
Muslims -- Soviet Union.
Muslims.
Musulmans -- Russie.
Nationalistische bewegingen.
Pan-Turanianism.
Russland.
Soviet Union.
Sowjetunion.
Turcs -- Russie.
Turken.
Turks -- Soviet Union.
Turks.
Turkvölker.
Series Russian Research Center studies ; 36.
Description 345 pages illustrations 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1960.
Contents Preface -- The Turks in Russia -- Tatar rebirth -- Pan-Islam and Ismail bey Gasprinsky -- The national movement: parties and programs in 1905 -- The Kazakh problem -- Uzbek liberals and the young Bukhariones -- Azerbaijami awakening -- Pan-Turkists and Tatarists --World War I and the Central Asian Revolt of 1916 -- Russia's Moslems in the Revolution of 1917 -- Idel-Ural dreams -- The road to Red Tatary -- Validov's Little Bashkiria -- The Civil War and the Kazakhs -- The Revolution in the Central Asian oases -- The Jadids and the Communist Party -- Two years of National Azerbaijan -- Conclusion.
Geographic Area Soviet Union
Network Numbers (OCoLC)406618
(OCoLC)ocm00406618
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Zenkovsky, Serge A.
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