Features of small forms of soviet autonomy in Kuban in the first half of the XX century: on the example of the Armenian district
Автор: Ryabchenko Alexander Grigorievich, Zolotareva Irina Dmitrievna
Рубрика: Пространство исторического процесса
Статья в выпуске: 1 (25), 2019 года.
At different stages of Soviet historiography, priorities in studying the history of the national administrative organization of the small peoples of the USSR often changed for various reasons, but it always evoked constant interest. The Communist Party of the CPSU (b), which was ruling in Soviet Russia in the early 1920s, Leninist national policy greatly contributed to the emergence of a number of autonomous administrative-territorial formations that were national in nature and had a very different status. The territorial national status varied from high status of an autonomous republic, an autonomous region to an autonomous region, and even a national village council. Those. a separate settlement. In the Southeast, and later the North Caucasus region of the RSFSR, already in the early 1920s. National administrative districts received existence as national autonomies of a regional scale, including the Armenian National District. This article is dedicated to this area.
Administrative-territorial unit, indigenization, bolshevik national policy, national district
Короткий адрес: https://readera.ru/143168182
IDR: 143168182 | DOI: 10.31775/2305-3100-2019-1-130-133