History of Uzbekistan 1917-1925





Bukhara 1868-1917



In 1868 the Bukharan forces were defeated; Russian forces occupied Samarkand. The Emir of Bukhara signed a treaty placing his Emirate under Russian protection. The Russians established themselves in Samarkand and Tashkent, while Bukhara remained a center of Muslim culture. A Bukharan revellion was suppressed in 1870.
In 1884, American cotton was introduced into the area. In 1888 the TRANS-CASPIAN RAILROAD reached Samarkand. In 1909 the YOUNG BUKHARAN movement was founded, inspired by the Young Turks.






EXTERNAL
FILES
Major Events relevant to Central Asian History (since 1600), from oxuscom
Index to Bukharan Wars, from Armed Conflict Events Data
DOCUMENTS
REFERENCE Article : Russia - Bokhara, in : Statesman's Year Book 1895 pp.912d-913, 1898 pp.912m-913, 1901 pp.1022-1024, 1905 pp.1109-1110, 1910 pp.1188-1189 [G]
Article : Bokhara, in : International Year Book 1899 p.119, 1900 p.128 [G]
Article : Bokhara, in : New International Year Book 1907 pp.101-102 [G]



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