LIVESTREAM: researcher Saltanat Shoshanova reads and discusses the book by Valery Mikhailov

Chronicle of the Great Jute

04/11/2020

Reading the book "Chronicle of the Great Jute" by Valery Mikhailov and discussion with researcher Saltanat Shoshanova.

Saltanat provides a detailed overview and recommendations for each chapter.

Chapter 1 - memoirs of the poet Gafu Kairbekov (about Gabit Musrepov)

Chapter 2 - the activities and personality of Goloshchekin, about how he began, about life in exile (Sverdlov), life before the revolution

Chapter 3 - Goloshchekin's life after the revolution and the execution of the royal family, Goloshchekin's participation in the execution

Chapter 4 - about the famine of the 20s, a six-month business trip to Turkestan, the Turkestan Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic, Agarevsky's letter in 18 year “to the Kyrgyz intelligentsia” and the answer of Ryskulov, who was the head of the Muslim Bureau of the Turkestan Communist Party. Goloshchekin was transferred to Kazakhstan in 25 and did not know Kazakh reality, to arrange Small October, since there is no Soviet power in the aul. page 62

Chapter 5 - Smagula Sadvakasova, People's Commissar of Education, G. accuses him of national deviation. Goloshchekin came to make a revolution

Chapter 6 - First about the revolution, quotes the letters of Bukharin-Britan to prove the bloody intentions of the revolutionaries, and then goes on to the Freemasons, from the Freemasons to the Jews. All revolutions are made by Masons and Jews. Freemasonry is the enemy of Christianity.

Chapter 7 - Jacob Schiff, freemason and financier, gave 20 million for the entire revolution with the German Kaiser. The connection of revolutionary processes with the emerging Zionism. And he ended with the appearance of the “Antichrist in Russia”, Lenin's mausoleum - the Pergamon altar. p. 135

Chapter 8 - Goloshchekin's fight against nationalists, to dissolve the aul, create a class struggle, fight against sadvokassovshchina. The beginning of dispossession, 28 years.

Chapter 9 - The history of memories Kazakh writer Alzhapar Abishev, Mekemtas Myrzakhmetov, famous literary critic, Galym Khakimovich Akhmedov women Danabike Baykadamova p. 165

Chapter 10 - Reforging of the national intelligentsia by Goloschekin. About literature. Sabit Mukanov (on the side of Soviet power) against Magzhan Zhumabaev and Akhmet Baitursynov (for Alash Orda)

Chapter 11 - grain procurement, dispossession

Chapter 12 - the fight against religion. Cross-Kabbalah and pentagram. Lists of killed priests. Christians are not revolutionaries, revolutionaries are Jews.

Chapter 13 - Lenin, the 1920s, the war of the Bolsheviks against the peasant class with the help of hunger, Stalin's collectivization: first they ordered everything to be done quickly, and then they blamed everything on excesses. Even yurts and dishes were socialized. The middle man began to turn into a fist

Chapter 14 - Uprising in Suzdik, p. 288, excesses of the first wave of collectivization, Goloshchekin statements

Chapter 15 - The second wave of collectivization, generalization of cattle, fake uprisings organized by the new party leaders p. 308

Chapter 16 - Letters to management from people about hunger. hunger, children are dying. Against the background of Goloshchekin's lies about the successes of collectivization. Testimonies of Kazakhstanis about being younger starting from page 325.

Chapter 17 - poems about the 30s, Russian-Ukrainian ditties, stories of immigrants from Russia to Kazakhstan, an insert about a Jewish settlement, short notes

Chapter 18 - a letter from five, executions for petty embezzlement, about plenums where mistakes and distortions of the party's policy were discussed, evidence of the performers of this policy, Ryskulov about collectivization, first for a quick, then changed his mind, an addition about God, God's punishment, instead of the light of God - Ilyich's lamp.

Chapter 19 - strange, very short, small notes. Little has been written about Goloshchekin's death.

Chapter 20 - a tale about Er-Tostik. page 387

Additional literature:

Sarah Cameron "The Hungry Steppe Famine, Violence, and the Making of Soviet Kazakhstan"

Niccolò Pianciola, he has several different articles

Robert Kindler, Stalins Nomaden (Hamburg, 2014)

Dmitry Verkhoturov. Asharshylyk: The Story of the Great Famine, 2010

 

References by Damir Sattarov

Ohayon I. “La sédentarisation des Kazakhs dans l'URSS de Stalin. Collectivization et chanement social (1928-1945). " Paris. 2006. / Isabel Ohion “Sedentarization of the Kazakhs of the USSR under Stalin.

Collectivization and social change (1928-1945). ” Almaty. Sanat. 2009.

The tragedy of the Kazakh aul. 1928-1934. (1928 - April 1929). Edited by Zulkashev, M. Volume I. Almaty. Archive of the President and the Central State Archive of the RK. Rarity. 2013

The tragedy of the Kazakh aul. 1928-1934. (1929 - 1932). Edited by Zulkashev, M. Volume II. Almaty. Archive of the President and the Central State Archive of the RK. Rarity. Oct 2018

From the history of the greatest tragedy of the Kazakh people in 1932-1933: Collection of documents / Comp: Poznansky V.S. Semey, 2009.

“Forced collectivization and famine in Kazakhstan. Collection of documents and materials ”. Ed. Aldazhumanova K. Almaty. 1998 year

Kazak kalay ashtyka kshyrady = Famine in the Kazakh steppe of 1991 (Collection of letters of ordinary citizens, public, state and party leaders of the republic to the party leadership of Kazakhstan and the country for 1932-1933)

1932-1933 zhyldardaғy asharshylyқ aқiқaty = The truth about the famine of 1932-1933 in Kaz-no. Institute of State History. Astana. 2012 r.

Omarbekov T. 20-30 zhyldardagy Kazakhstan kasireti. Almaty: Sanat, 1997.

Asharshylyқ aқiқaty: derekter men deekter / құrast. Saғat Zhүsip. 2015

Sol bir auyr zhyldarda. Kyzyldar Kyrgyny. Құrast: Kystaubaev Z. Almaty. 1993 250 pp. (60 stories-interviews with witnesses of the famine)

32-nің zulmaty 1932-1933 lzh. (1992 zhylynda Professor М..M. Almaty. 2014.

Shayakhmetov Mykhamet “The Silent Steppe”. London. 2006 / Shayakhmetov Mukhamet "The Silent Steppe" 2008 (memories of collectivization and famine of the 1930s)

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