From the Cultural Revolution to the “Great Purge”: Political Massacre in Chong-Tash

From the Cultural Revolution to the “Great Purge”: Political Massacre in Chong-Tash

Hikmet ÖKSÜZ , Badegül CAN EMİR

Abstract

-In the history of the Soviet Union, the years 1937-1938 coincide with the years of the “Great Purge” (Большой террор), accompanied by Joseph Stalin’s regime and the defamation campaigns that came along with it. The “Great Purge” was a repression campaign carried out by the socialist government seeking to embed its ideology, and aimed supposedly at thwarting all counter-revolutionary activity in the country by consolidating its legitimacy, eliminating political adversaries, imposing a cultural revolution

Keywords: “Büyük Terör”, İosif Stalin, Kırgızistan, Çön Taş Kaynakça

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