Revolutionary, Politician, State Activity of Sh.-I.Shagiahmethov
The article is devoted to Sh.I.Shagiakhmetov, one of the first Social Democrats in the Russian Empire, representative of the Tatar nobility, Muslim intelligentsia. The attempt was made to analyze his biography and socio-political activity before 1917 and in the conditions of the Great Russian Revolution of 1917. Particular attention is paid to his political journalism, his contribution to the Muslim movement, his role in the formation of the self-determination of the Turkestan population.
1917; revolution; Civil War; Russia; Turkistan; Islam; Muslims; the Muslim
«We are Working not only for all Muslim World Sake but for Sake of all Humankind»
The article deals with the Muslim movement in the territory of Eurasia in conditions of the Great Russian revolution of 1917, analysis of this movement’s goals and its leaders who led, through the All-Russian Muslim Council, the numerous Muslim population of the Empire which became the Russian Republic in September, 1917. A particular attention is devoted to the personality of Akhmed Tsalikov, the Chairman of the Council, the theorist and leader of this movement.
1917; revolution; civil war; Russia; Islam; Muslims; Muslim Movement; All-Russian Muslim Council; A.Tsalikov.
“... Illusory independent Azerbaijan…”: Information M.-E.Rasulzade for the Central Committee of the RCP(b)
The article is devoted to the reasons for the fall of the Republic of Azerbaijan, which existed in 1918–1920, to the analysis of the goals of its leaders, to the relations between Baku and Moscow, and to diplomatic contacts. Special attention is paid to the informal contacts of one of the leaders of this parliamentary republic, M.-E.Rasulzade, a socialist, theorist and leader of the ruling party “Musavat” (“Equality”) in this republic, with the Politburo of the
Central Committee of the RCP(b).
Azerbaijan Republic; M.-E.Rasulzade; A.M.Topchibashev; N.N.Narimanov; I.V.Stalin; G.V.Chicherin; A.Bodrero; A.Tsalikov; diplomacy; national policy; RCP(b); “Musavat”.
“India Must be Liberated by the Muslim Proletariat with the Help of Soviet Russia, and Certainly Before the Revolution in London …”: Muslim Cominterns in 1919–1920
The article, based mainly on archival data, shows the ideological and political aspirations of various representatives of the Muslim population of the disintegrated Russian Empire and neighboring countries in the first years of Soviet power, their attitude to the Comintern, to the theory of the world revolution and its practical implementation. The events associated with the I and II congresses of the Comintern, and their impact on the Muslim world are examined.
V.I.Lenin; I.V.Stalin; G.Z.Zinoviev; L.D.Trotsky; M.Barakatulla; Comintern; World Revolution; Turkestan; Bukhara; Khiva; the Caucasus; Isla;, Muslims