Crimean Tatars

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Hoover Press, Sep 1, 2014 - History - 278 pages
The first in a series of volumes to discuss the history and development of the non-Russian nationalities in the Soviet Union. --"Professor Fisher's excellent book is brief but clear and succinct. It should be required reading for all students of Russian and European History."--Slavic Review
 

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Excellent book and well documented. I think it should be translated to Russian to give chance of many Crimean Tatars read their recent history.
Ali Aliev
Former resident of Tashkent and Crimea

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Page 23 - A poor slave in Turkey sends greetings From the land of Mohammed to the Christian cities, To his father and mother; He cannot greet them, But he greets the gray pigeons, 'O thou gray pigeon That fliest high and wanderest far ! Fly thou to the Christian cities, to my father and mother, Remind them of my Kozak fate.

About the author (2014)

Alan W. Fisher is a professor of history and Associate Dean of the College of Arts and Letters at Michigan State University. The history of the Ottoman empire and the Turkic peoples, especially the Crimean Tatars, has been the primary focus of his studies and research. Fisher is the author of The Russian Annexation of the Crimea, 1772–1783 (Cambridge University Press, 1970) and has written articles for Slavic Review, Cahiers du monde russe et sovietique, Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas, Canadian–American Slavic Studies, Humaniora Islamica, and Harvard Ukranian Studies; he is editor of the Bulletin of Turkish Studies Association.

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