Humanities and Social Sciences | Book | Published 2019-04-24
The aim of the research work is revealed the policy of training military personnel of the Soviet government and its consequences in 1917-1924 in Turkistan region. The object of the research work. The policy of training military personnel of the Soviet government in 1917-1924 in Turkistan was chosen as the object of the research work. The scientific novelty of the research work consists of the followings: It was studied that in the first years of the Soviet government in Turkistan the increase of the attempts to make a powerful Muslim army from the representatives of military organizations (military council) and the local people by the enlightened educated people of the country like other different political organizations, and in this regard different promoter companies (organized a special holiday named “Day of Muslim soldier”) carried out their work; It was shown reasons and requirements of establishing modern national army by the autonomous government of Turkistan and on this way the cooperations of the government members with foreign military specialists (Polish, Tirkish officers); The aim of the Soviet government from training military personnel in Turkistan (to liquidate the movement of armed resistance began in Turkistan and prevent Great Britain together with Afganistan from being the supporters of the resistance in Turkistan) and its consequences (the armed resistance was stopped by the national military cadres), the activities of the first military specialists from the native people (M.Mirsharapov, Yu.Narimonov, S.Khudayarkhanov, R.Yakubov) were analyzed; The establishment and development of the system of training military specialists in Turkistan, the history of activity of the military educational establishments in the region (Turkistan Soviet commanders course, Military faculty at Turkistan State university, general military educational courses) were shown; The national armies of Khorezm and Bukhara People’s Republics was scientifically proved that armies of the both republics were the base of personnel in the formation of later organized Armed Force of Uzbek SSR.