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Thursday, 15 August 2019 10:33

MATERIALS OF THE SIMPOSIUM “THE 1916 UPRISING IN CENTRAL ASIA: ACADEMIC INTEGRATION, NEW APPROACHES AND KNOWLEDGE”. TWENTY SIXTH PUBLICATION.

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Panel 5. Memory about uprising.

Murat Imankulov. Once again about the losses during the uprising of 1916 in Kyrgyzstan.

Abstract: The uprising of 1916 was a vivid expression of the open struggle of the Kyrgyz people for their freedom and survival. In studying this period, we face many problems. One of them, the disputes about the losses during the uprising. Many scientists, state and public figures, relying on statistical documents, tried to determine the number of victims among Kyrgyz rebels.

Unfortunately, even a century later, we do not know exactly the number of losses among Kyrgyz people during the suppression of the uprising. It is still discussed. There is an official recognition of the poor quality of the pre-revolutionary data on population movements in Central Asia. But despite this, relying on the statistical data of the Russian Empire, an attempt was made to determine the population of Kyrgyzstan at the beginning of the 20th century.

In different materials, works published in different years, the different data about losses are given from 4,000 to 647,700 people. This article attempts to determine the number of losses among Kyrgyz rebels, based on the study of statistical materials and scientific works of the late XIX and the first quarter of the XX centuries.

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