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The Kyrgyz of Naryn in the Early Soviet Period: A Study Examining Settlement, Collectivisation and Dekulakisation on the Basis of Oral Evidence

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This study focuses on the Kyrgyz mountainous region of Naryn from the 1920s to mid-1930s, using oral sources collected by the author in 2009 to examine the process of settlement, collectivisation and dekulakisation of the indigenous Naryn population. The first section looks at the years prior to the 1930 collectivisation, interviews hinting at social and economic reasons that seem to have already pushed many Kyrgyz to adopt a semi- settled lifestyle prior to collectivisation. The second part examines in more detail the response to, and outcome of, collectivization in Naryn, including dekulakisation and resistance.


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