Deportation of the Chechen and Ingush People on the Territory of Kazakhstan in Modern Kazakhstan Historiography
The article examines the historiography of forced relocation of the Chechen and Ingush peoples to the territory of the Kazakh SSR in the Great Patriotic War after the Republic of Kazakhstan gained independence. The analysis is given to the views of the researches on the problem of the deportation of the Chechen and Ingush peoples to Kazakhstan during the Great Patriotic War. The researchers used new approaches in the study of history of the deported people which allowed the author to give comprehensive, unbiased interpretation of the stated issue. In this context the historical science of Kazakhstan reached new frontiers in the contemplation of the vital events in our country and in the history of the peoples inhabiting it. The study of many of these was formerly forbidden or presented with a shifted focus. The fact that the topic under consideration is interdisciplinary in nature, allowed the researchers to highlight many aspects: political, social, economic, legal, philosophical, moral, etc.
Key words: Kazakhstan historiography, sources, deportation, Chechens, Ingushes
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