STRENGTHENING COMMUNIST IDEOLOGY IN CENTRAL ASIA AND ITS ROLE IN ENDING THE STRUGGLE AGAINST SOVIET POWER (1925-1935)

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Number of pages: 781-785
Year-Number: 2021-39

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The peoples of Central Asia waged an armed struggle against the Bolshevik policy in 1918-1935. This article outlines the main factors that led to the continuation of the armed movement against Soviet rule in Central Asia in 1925-1935. It was also noted that the armed struggle against Soviet power under the influence of communist ideology was incorrectly assessed as a “BASMACHI MOVEMENT”. The influence of theater and cinema on the strengthening of the communist ideology in Central Asia and the cessation of the armed movement against the Soviet regime is analyzed.

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Abstract

The peoples of Central Asia waged an armed struggle against the Bolshevik policy in 1918-1935. This article outlines the main factors that led to the continuation of the armed movement against Soviet rule in Central Asia in 1925-1935. It was also noted that the armed struggle against Soviet power under the influence of communist ideology was incorrectly assessed as a “BASMACHI MOVEMENT”. The influence of theater and cinema on the strengthening of the communist ideology in Central Asia and the cessation of the armed movement against the Soviet regime is analyzed.

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