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Department of “General History” of Andijan State University
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ACTIVITY OF SCIENTIFIC SOCIETIES IN TURKESTAN KRAI
Vol 1 No 1 (2018)
Submitted: Jul 2, 2018
Published: Jul 2, 2018
The article investigates the process of formation of the first Russian scientific societies in the Turkestan Krai on the material of archive and scientific sources. On this case, major scientific points of the region of Central Asia were pointed out as a main directions of the investigation. Therefore, historical-cultural learnings of the Central Asian territory were stated while conducting both theoretical and practical analyses as the whole