Central Asian Emigres in Afghanistan: First Wave (1918-1932) Part I

 
Events that took place in Central Asia from 1918 to 1931 in the wake of the Bolshevik Revolution–the fall of the White Army, the defeat of nationalist and Muslim movements, and the establishment of Soviet rule with the cruelty and violence peculiar to “socialism”–caused the mass emigration of people of various cultural traditions and national and political orientations. Continue reading Central Asian Emigres in Afghanistan: First Wave (1918-1932) Part I