Кейки (Нурмаганбет) Кукембайулы – одна из первых жертв советской репрессивной системы в Казахстане
Keiki (Nurmaganbet) Kukembaiuly – one of the first victims of the Soviet repressive system in Kazakhstan
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Research of personality of Keiki (Nurmagambet) Kukembaiula (1877–1922) – Kazakh national hero, participant of the Central Asian revolt (1916) against the Russian tsar administration and after 1917 participant of the national liberation movement against the Bolshevism (Sovietization) of Central Asian nations (the socalled “Basmachi movement”) – was not undertaken in the Soviet period for obvious reasons. Nevertheless, the image of the Kazakh hero was reflected in some of the artistic and literary works of that time. After declaration of the independence of Kazakhstan, a number of articles appeared in the periodical press and various publications on the life of Keiki-Batyr were published as well. However, they were written mostly on the basis of legends and oral stories about him, and there were various inaccuracies and inconsistencies concerning his life and the fight against Soviet power in the region. The aim of this study is the scientific depiction of the life of Keiki Kukembaiula.
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