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History of the Five Central Asian Countries 中亚五国史纲

 Author: Ma Dazheng, Feng Xishi  Category: Central Asia, Chinese Scholarship, Culture, History, Identity  Publisher: Xinjiang People's Press  Publication Date: 2005  Language: Chinese  Buy Now
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This book is an in-depth and systematic exposition of the historical development process of the five contemporary Central Asian countries, namely Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan. The book is divided into four chapters: ancient (before the early 15th century), modern times (15th-early 20th century), the Soviet period, and after the independence of the five Central Asian countries. The history of the formation and development of the Kazakh, Uzbek and other nationalities has been comprehensively studied, and the Russian conquest in Central Asia since the 19th century has been exposed and criticized, especially the historical process of the Central Asian countries during the Soviet period, which has been less studied in the past. a more comprehensive discussion. The book also makes full use of Chinese and Russian historical materials, as well as relevant research results in Russian and English. In the spirit of science and seeking truth from facts, the book puts forward the views of Chinese scholars on many issues in the history of the five Central Asian countries. This book is written according to the instructions of Comrade Hu Sheng. It is the first academic work in my country to systematically study the five Central Asian countries, filling the research gap in this field.

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