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  • H.M.Atlasi

    In the work written by a prominent public figure of the Tatar people, teacher and historian Hadi Atlasi (1876-1938) named "The History of Siberia" the history of the Siberian Khanate, the fight Turko-Tatars of Western Siberia for their own state is described in details.

  • Sagidullin M.

    In this work the Turkic place names of the Tyumen and Omsk regions, where Siberian Tatars live for centuries are thoroughly systematized and analyzed. On the basis of the material offered ethnonymic version ethnogeny Siberian Tatars. The author 's etymology of Turkic ethnonyms. This work contributes to the understanding of the nature of ethno-dialectal and ethno-territorial differences ...

  • Nasibullina A.H.

    This is the well-illustrated ABC-book in the language of Siberian Tatars

  • Mirzoyev V.G.

    The book covers the issues of annexation of Siberia as they described in pre-revolutionary Russian and Soviet history.

  • Tumasheva D.G.

    This dictionary reflects lexicon of Siberian Tatar dialects that have no written language, that trace back to the early mediaeval Kipchak language. Materials are gathered in the areas where Siberian Tatars presently live and later expanded with other data.The words are translated into literary Tatar and Russian languages. Examples of ...

  • Abdirov M.

    The book written by Kazakh historian Murat Abdirov is the first major investigation of the life and fate of the Siberian Khan Kuchum who reigned in the second half of the XVI century in the south of Western Siberia and the opposing Russian conquerors led by Yermak.

  • В отечественной этнологии в последние десятилетия возникло течение, сторонники которого полагают, что сибирские татары являются особым этносом. Между тем, традиционным в науке было мнение о том, что они есть часть татарского этноса (нации). Прочтение книги позволит прийти к самостоятельному выводу о правоте тех или иных исследователей.