HISTORIOGRAPHICAL FOUNDATIONS OF THE STUDY OF SOCIO-POLITICAL AND CULTURAL ACTIVITIES OF GHAZI YUNUS
The history of Central Asia at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century stands out for its complex and contradictory processes. The Jadidism movement, which by 1917 had become a powerful political movement in theory and practice, and the study of production without this movement, are profitable today. For this reason, intensive scientific and research work is being carried out today in Uzbekistan to study the revolutionary movement and the life of progressives. Why, “The more we study this spiritual treasure, the more we will find the right answers to many questions that still concern us today. The more actively we promote this priceless wealth, the more our people, especially our youth, will realize the value of today's peaceful and free life”1. For this reason, this article focuses on the historiography of the socio-political and cultural activities of the progressive Ghazi Yunus (1887-1942) at the beginning of the 20th century.
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