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Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. However, as it is understood by the name of the book the concentration is on the period after the USSR was established and thereafter. Hayit was one of nine children raised by his mother Rabiya Hayit and his father Mirza Mahmutmirzaoglov in a family of Uzbek origin. There’s a problem loading this menu right now. He struggled for his nation, homeland and religion.
In the beginning of the s there was a favorable wind blowing in that direction, we showed interest in the Turkish geography, however later on we became introverted again, possibly because of the increase in Terror attacks in Turkey.
He is a great person who is to be remembered with the books he has written and the struggles in his life. In other parts of the world his work was appreciated because of the huge political and historical relevance of his theses. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Hayit was one of the very few historians who was committed to Turkestanian history at large. Baymirza Hayit is big opportunity to remember that geography and the people there.
Written by Yusuf Tuncbilek. His major works are “Turkestan im XX.
Hayit sees Turkestan as a place where all Turks live. While serving in the legion he met the legendary Turkistani nationalist Mustafa Chokaev.
English Choose a language for shopping. For nearly eighty years, no information at all regarding that region was made available to us.
Life Baymirza Hayit was born in Yargorgan, a village in the province of Namangan, located on Uzbek territory. In he was given an honorary baymirzz for his lifetime work by the Technical University hayiy Istanbul. Hayit died at the age of 88 in Cologne on October 31, Then he served as an officer in the Turkestan Legion of the German Wehrmacht. Hayit left Namangan in December and was stationed in Poland as a squadron tank commander.
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When i was thinking of the shortest summary of him i saw these sentences written in his book: In the written articles all information about Turkestan is considered from ‘a’ to ‘z’. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web.
A case for national independence. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. From the s until his death Hayit wrote dozens of articles and 15 acclaimed books in German, English, and Turkish on the history of Turkestan the now independent republics of Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and the Chinese province of Xinjiang.
Although his other books were baymirzaa by many other printing houses, they have all sold out and never printed again. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. NamanganRussian Turkestan.
Learn more about Amazon Prime. Low to High Price: That is the book named ‘ Some matters concerning Islam and Turks in the Soviet Union’, which was printed for the second edition in the year while Baymirza Hayit was still alive. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Baymirza Hayit with all his suffering, wars, exile and legal trials was a real Turkestan patriot; with all his written thesis, works and books baymirzaa a real intellectual.
This situation is a bitter case of how little interest we show towards the Turkish geography and more so to our brothers. The same year he was called into the Red Army, where he served as a lieutenant. Hayit died at the age of 88 baymiirza Cologne on October 31, Hayit was a strong advocate for the independence and unification of the Soviet and Chinese-controlled parts of Central Asia.
Since then he was committed to the studies about his home region Turkestan.