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In 1997, May 31 was declared the Day of Remembrance of Victims of Political Repression in Kazakhstan.
Today, events and exhibitions in museums are traditionally held in the regions of the country, and new data are published.

Thus, the Central State Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan has opened an international exhibition "Turkestan under the rule of two empires: colonialism and repression".


It featured photographic documents of the repressed Sultanbek Khodzhanov, Fazifa Zaripkyzy, Tanibergen Otarbayev, documents of Akhmet Baitursynov, Alikhan Bukeikhanov, Mirzhakip Dulatov, Mukhamedzhan Tynyshpaev, belongings of Saken Seifullin, Khalel Dosmukhamedov, archival documents of repressed state and public figures from the funds of the State Museum of Memory of Victims of Repression under the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan.


Special attention should be paid to the stands with the names of 69 Kazakhstanis who were forced to leave for Uzbekistan during the period of severe terror.

Within the framework of the event, an international round table "On the rehabilitation of victims of political repression in Central Asian countries: results and common problems" was also held, the participants of which discussed topical issues related to victims of political repression. Speakers -Director of the State Museum of Memory of Victims of Repression under the Cabinet of Ministers of Uzbekistan, Chairman of the Public Foundation "Shahidlar Khotirasy", Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor Bakhtiyar Khasanov spoke on the topic "Reforms in the new Uzbekistan to perpetuate the memory of intellectuals and educators who were repressed during the totalitarian Soviet regime", Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor of KazNPU named after Abaya, academician of the National Academy of Sciences Mambet Koigeldiev - with information "The cause and consequences of political repression in Kazakhstan", chief researcher of the State Museum of Memory of Victims of Repression under the Cabinet of Ministers of Uzbekistan, Doctor of Philosophy Bahrom Irzaev spoke about "Prospects for joint research on the history of repressed Kazakhs, immigrants in Uzbekistan."

A historical and educational book exhibition was organized in the National Library of the Republic of Kazakhstan, which presented unique information from the collection of rare books and manuscripts of the National Library of the Republic of Kazakhstan, original works and manuscripts of the leaders of the Alash movement, the late XIX - early XX centuries, the works of national figures and the Kazakh intelligentsia, memoirs of descendants of victims of political repression, manuscripts and research papers on victims of political repression and famine.

31 May, 2024
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