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Although the new life of the peoples of Central Asia outside the historical and cultural space to which they belong and all its details, complexities and observed consequences have been attracting the attention of historians of the region since recently, these processes have been thoroughly studied in Western historiography and have been the subject of major scientific research.


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Normumin ugli, M. B. (2023). The Study of Emigration in Central Asia in the First Quarter of the 20th Century in Western Historiography. CENTRAL ASIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HISTORY, 4(11), 48-52. Retrieved from


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