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"Polite people" for Xinjiang

Soviet troops, equipped with the latest technology, successfully fought gangs in China

In the 30 of the last century, China experienced an extremely difficult period. After the Xinhua Revolution of 1911, the country fell apart into de facto independent, but officially unrecognized provincial states. One of these was Xinjiang in the northwest.

The local population was extremely variegated, with a traditionally large proportion of Muslims: both Turkic-speaking Uigurs (more than half of the inhabitants) and ethnic Chinese Dungans. In addition to the “simple” Chinese, there lived Manchus, Kirghiz, Sarts (Uzbeks), Russians from the remnants of the White Guard detachments, Tajiks ... In the field there was complete arbitrariness of both civilian authorities and army units. The province was a powder keg, insurrections regularly flashed from the XIX century.

In 1931, Xinjiang was overwhelmed by another wave of uprisings. Soviet experts gloomily stated: "The normal life of the country (assuming that such conditions existed in the conditions of western China) is fundamentally disturbed."

One of the rebel leaders was General Ma Zhongying, an expert and lover of partisan tactics. In battle, he tried to leave small parts from the front and cover the enemy’s flanks. If the maneuver did not succeed, a shock "fist" was going, beating in a weak spot. When that failed, Ma Zhongying retreated and waited for a better opportunity. Modern at that time tactic, when the reserves were kept in the rear, and not near the front line, in the fight against such an enemy led to great losses - the army was divided into parts.

The Chinese themselves called their troops suppliers. weapons the rebels. Soviet sources noted that the Chinese officer is primarily a great lover of trade and unclean. The only serious support of the government was the Russian White Guard units, which were distinguished, however, not only by their fighting efficiency, but also by their penchant for robbery.

"Polite people" for Xinjiang

The Soviet Union, naturally, was worried about the aggravation of the situation in the immediate vicinity of its borders. Especially since it was reported on the penetration into the region of Japan and the UK. At the start of the 20, Soviet troops were already entering Xinjiang in pursuit of defeated White Guard units. But now it was necessary to work thinner.

Therefore, in Xinjiang, Altai men armed with P-5 type aircraft, BA-27 armored vehicles, mountain three-inches and HotNess 37-mm guns, Maxim and Degtyarev machine guns, and Dyakonov mortars appeared. There were even pack shortwave radio stations. Already on the set of weapons it is not difficult to guess that the Altaians were Soviet units. Of course, it was impossible to hide the characteristic appearance of the fighters and commanders, but since Russian immigrants lived in Xinjiang, the Altai’s membership in the USSR was not publicized - all the interested parties pretended that only local cadres were fighting. For example, Pavel Semenovich Rybalko, the future marshal of armored troops and twice Hero of the Soviet Union, was called the Russian general of the Chinese service, assistant commander of the Southern Front. Interestingly, the former White Guards, who served under Rybalko, knew him by real name.

Kara Heavenly

In December 1933, the P-5 link was disassembled to the small Kazakh Ayaguz station, assembled, and the cars flew to Xinjiang. Mountain ranges up to four kilometers high were overcome without radio stations and oxygen equipment, in continuous clouds. Upon arrival at the destination, Soviet pilots were met by emigrants in uniform of the tsarist army. P-5 came in handy immediately - when reflecting the assault on the capital of the region - Urumqi. Having dropped to 250 meters, two aircraft took turns dropping 25-kilogram bombs into the crowd of rebels, and then fired from machine guns. Attackers, never seen before aviationare literally crazy.

Soviet instructors and units had a hard time. Only on the Southern Front, five groups fought: the Altai, the Russians, the Mongols, the Chinese, and the Sarts. In the Chinese army, mordicity and sticks were officially used, and the order did not save from punishment. Not even getting a meager ration, the soldiers and officers were starving. Reached fainting in the classroom. Desertion flourished. At night, the gate of the unit was closed so that the sentries did not run away.

However, by the spring of 1934, the situation was stabilized. The “clean work” of the Altais became the benchmark of quality. A gradual withdrawal of Soviet troops began, and weapons were transferred to the local army. But the problems remained.

In April 1937, in the south of Xinjiang, the Dungans and Uighurs, dissatisfied with the attitude of the government towards them, raised another rebellion. It threatened the only way to quickly transfer equipment to China to fight the Japanese. And again the USSR came to the rescue. This time we went to a distant land and Tanks.

Statutory bathrobes

With the strictest secrecy, a separate unit was allocated from the separate tank battalion of the Dzerzhinsky Special Motorized Rifle Division of the Special Purpose named after the Dzerzhinsky NKVD troops to participate in long-term exercises in the conditions of the mountain camp. The separate tank company included three platoons of five BT-7 tanks each with a short 76-mm gun, the same command tank and a reconnaissance platoon - five light T-38 amphibious guns. Total 21 machine, 78 man under the command of the commander of the 1 division, captain Ilya Khorkov. Personnel was carefully selected.

BT-7А at that time was distinguished by relatively powerful weapons and the ability for fast long marches. The company was reinforced by a sapper platoon, a mobile repair shop of type "A", and an AK-5 car radio station with a crew. Attached trucks were supposed to be used to transport personnel, property, food, fuel and ammunition.

1 August 1937, the company left the town of Reutov near Moscow by rail to the Kyrgyz city of Kant. Tankers dressed in “special order uniforms”: bathrobes and hats typical of a particular locality — there both civilians and armed groups wore the same. It was strictly forbidden to take any equipment with Soviet symbols on the hike. Tankists warned: not to tell about their actions in letters to their homeland and not to mention the names of settlements.

From Kant, the tanks marched to Rybachy, then to Naryn. Ahead lay the Pamirs. Experienced driver-drivers were able to overcome the mountains along the Turugart Pass and reach the plain without incident.

From the light hand of one British analyst, the BT series of tanks was called highway and aggressor tanks. Allegedly, they are unable to move anywhere except on West European freeways. However, the central part of Xinjiang, where BT had to fight, is occupied by Takla Makan, a desert with an abundance of salt marshes. Tanks and trucks moved relatively easily on a flat surface, but it was enough to dwell on salt marsh to get bogged down right away. So three tanks got stuck - the others noticed the danger in time and went ahead. Only two days later the crews were able to reach the hard ground and make gentle exits in the sand. The experience of Khorkov was useful, thanks to which the tankers took four five-meter logs per car with them. Relying on them, tanks at full throttle got out of the natural trap. Through one of the rivers had to be forwarded, the bridge was destroyed. Tanks flying out of the fountains of water to the shore, so impressed the locals that they first fell to the ground, and then hid.

Dusty job

The rebels, not taking an open battle with the Soviet units, settled in the walled cities of Maralbashi, Kashgar, Yarkand and Khotan. The height of the mud walls surrounding these settlements reached eight to ten meters with a thickness of five to six meters. However, tanks easily pierced wooden gates and the walls were not a serious obstacle. It remained only to capture the stunned defenders.

At the end of the business trip, tanks almost reached the border with India, where a huge caravan was captured - about 25 thousands of camels and donkeys loaded with precious stones, gold and silver products, and other valuables. The trophies were transferred to the USSR by airplanes - for their landing tanks specially rolled ground sites.

Tankmen was difficult to fight. Loss dust got into the cars and caused rapid wear of rubbing parts and mechanisms. Engine power with actuated cylinders, pistons and rings dropped sharply. Therefore, it was necessary to move with shallows: while one part of the tanks was fighting, the tracks of the disabled ones changed, the engines were cleaned of dust and dirt. But BT was able to pass over three thousand kilometers in the mountains and desert, having only one low-powered patrol from repair facilities.

The desert continued to make surprises. Fingers tracks worn so that took the form of a crankshaft. A spare was not enough. It was necessary to make caterpillars out of the still not completely worn out tracks, to put them on a part of the tanks, which were marching several tens of kilometers. Then the tracks were removed and brought back by truck for the next batch of tanks. Therefore, on the way back through the mountains, the tanks moved on wheels, despite the risk of falling into the abyss, as sometimes happened with trucks of cavalrymen. Helped the engineers, who expanded and improved the road.

The business trip ended on February 19 1938. Captain Khorkov and the junior military technician Shtakalov received the Order of the Red Star, and a few more tank crews - the medals "For Courage" and "For Military Merit." Later, many participants in secret campaigns in Xinjiang successfully fought on the fronts of the Great Patriotic War.
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  1. dosyl
    dosyl 22 February 2016 07: 37
    I’ve been living for a long time, but I found out for the first time. Thanks to the author. There were people not in our time.
    1. PKK
      PKK 22 February 2016 17: 15
      Well done guys! Fulfilled the order, fought in unusual conditions. BT’s ability to ride on wheels came in handy. Another bonus is a little gold, bruleki, but they don’t say whose they were, India or Chinese ..
      1. drugg
        drugg 22 February 2016 20: 39
        So this is why the Uighurs lost the war (East Turkestan) to the Chinese. Otherwise, in the east, on the border with Kazakhstan, there would be the State of Uyguristan (Note: "Por-Bazhyn" is the summer residence of the Uyghurs). So the Chinese said to the Russians: -If you help, then all the gold, the jewelry that they have is yours. At that time, the leader of China, Mao Tse Tung, was close to Stalin.
        1. Mr. Pip
          Mr. Pip 23 February 2016 00: 14
          Quote: drugg
          At that time, Chinese leader Mao Jie Dong was close to Stalin.

          At "that time" (well, what is in the article) Mao Zedong was not even the leader of the Communist Party yet.
        2. Chisayna
          Chisayna 23 February 2016 06: 34
          Por-Bajin is in a different place.
  2. Humpty
    Humpty 22 February 2016 08: 04
    Much has been written about this. Unfortunately, the article is riddled with numerous inaccuracies - geographical, ethnic, sorry. I do not think that then with tanks from the watershed of Tarim one could get close to Kashmir. Now, if you wish, in three days you can drive from Novosibirsk or Barnaul to the Pakistani border, once you got to Bishkek from there during the day. The road to Pakistan began to be built in the late 60s, with all the efforts made, it now appears in the ten most dangerous roads in the world.
    1. sibiryouk
      sibiryouk 22 February 2016 19: 13
      From Khotan to the Indian border, approx. 200 km.
      1. Humpty
        Humpty 23 February 2016 05: 27
        Quote: sibiryouk
        From Khotan to the Indian border, approx. 200 km.

        So what ? From Yarkend it is also approximately in a straight line. Only between them are two mountain systems, one of the highest in the world. How many weeks is it on foot? There were no roads then. India was closest in terms of travel time, while at that time it was quite a Soviet Murghab.
  3. semirek
    semirek 22 February 2016 08: 13
    The article is interesting. but incomplete. I read the recollections of those events: the Chinese officially asked the Russian White Guard émigrés (mostly the former Annenkovite Semireki and Dutovtsy) to help in the war with the Uyghurs, but since China was connected with Russia and then the USSR with an aid agreement, respectively Soviet troops were invited, but this is a unique case! Joint White-Soviet troops under the command of a White Guard general defeated the rebels. The Chinese government compensated the families of the dead white with an allotment of land of 70 hectares, red as always, words of gratitude. It seemed that the Chinese would be grateful to us, hell, two. at 41m, the Chinese governor of Xinjiang openly began to put sticks in the wheels, meaning all our deliveries from there, up to the prohibition of any kind of cooperation, but in the 43rd situation began to change after the entry of our troops. In fact, Xinjiang was constantly in the sphere of our interests -he could have been part of the USSR, especially in the years 45-46, the Uyghurs completely, after the next anti-Chinese uprising, drove out the Chinese ( a friend of a Uighur youth, his father lived in Xinjiang and fought against the Chinese) But Stalin for some reason gave Xinjiang Mao.
    Who owns Xinjiang, that owns the whole world, well, all Asia is for sure.
    1. Cartalon
      Cartalon 22 February 2016 11: 51
      They gave it away because they wanted an alliance with China, and the fact that China could only be its own ally did not understand, in the future it is clear that the victory of the Gomildan with the seizure of his confined possessions was more beneficial for the USSR.
  4. parusnik
    parusnik 22 February 2016 08: 18
    Altai were Soviet units.... From this information, dill created a myth about the Altai horse-tank militia brigade in LDNR smile
    1. Rash
      Rash 22 February 2016 08: 48
      No, there is a Buryat smile
      1. sibiryouk
        sibiryouk 22 February 2016 19: 05
        The Ukrainian TV program "Grazhdanskaya Oborona" showed a video with 3 Buryats or Kalmyks. And so Karasev began to talk about the "Buryat division" in the DPR and LPR.
  5. Yereke
    Yereke 22 February 2016 09: 33
    this is how the Bolsheviks sold the Kazakhs there, at first they were supported there against the Chinese and then betrayed, the last Ospan of the batyr was captured by the Chinese after the war .. so the Chinese have lands with Kazakh geographic names, as in the Russian Federation also when suddenly between the Bashkirs and the Kazakhs (divide and rule if the Türks had a common border, then the Tatars and other peoples would have gone) a "primordially" Russian land appeared
    1. V.ic
      V.ic 22 February 2016 11: 10
      Quote: Ereke
      so the Kazakh Bolsheviks sold there, at first they were supported there against the Chinese, then they betrayed,

      In the morning you don’t have to shit arake, why are you confusing Uyghurs with Kazakhs? When did the Uighurs suddenly become Kazakhs?
    2. semirek
      semirek 22 February 2016 12: 50
      Dear Yereke, It’s a sin for Kazakhs to complain about the Bolsheviks, first of all, in 21, after the so-called land-water reform in Semirechye, decolonization took place, i.e. the lands of the Semirechensky Cossack army and the lands of the displaced population were mostly seized and given to the indigenous population: Kazakhs, Uighurs, Dungans, Secondly, nevertheless, national territorial autonomy was created with formal, but borders. But the Bolsheviks threw people with NEP, set about a new redistribution of property, but now, unlike the 17th year, already in the state’s favor, Kazakhstan didn’t pass this chaos, the policy of small October pursued by Goloshchekin (one of the tsar’s killers and a Jew by nationality) turned the Kazakh steppes flooded with countless herds in a lifeless desert - the result is lamentable: many Kazakh families fled to the hospitable Shinjiang, where refugees from Semirechye have lived for more than a decade, all those who did not want or could not live in the country of advice.
      I would not indiscriminately blame purely Russians for the genocide of the Kazakh population, which was loyal to the Bolsheviks, for which I received the preferences voiced above, in addition to that, unlike the tsarist government - all the republic’s governing bodies had national managers, and therefore any Moscow directive carried out with a bang by the Kazakh bureaucracy.
      1. sherp2015
        sherp2015 22 February 2016 19: 59
        Quote: semirek
        I would not indiscriminately blame purely Russians for the genocide of the Kazakh population,

        I support! After the 1917 revolution, as well as after the 1991 coup, the Slavs were removed from power, and those who are now in the government and in other senior positions, although they have Russian (Slavic) surnames, are not really them.
        But it’s very convenient for someone to blame all the crimes and shortcomings on the Russian people, which, in fact, after 1917 is the most affected by the repressions
      2. Talgat 148
        Talgat 148 23 February 2016 03: 53
        In these times .... half of the Kazakh population died of hunger! ... there is nothing to complain about .... you don’t know our story, then keep quiet!
        1. semirek
          semirek 23 February 2016 08: 43
          Another "historian" just chewed that the Jewish Bolsheviks came to power, who organized genocide not only of the Kazakh but also the Russian population, how many Russians died in Russia as a result of this power? Who is to blame that you stood aside and waited: when the Russians stop killing a friend, as a result we have what we have.
          "I struggle" on several sites with such "historians" - it's useless, as if the karma is inherent - the Russians are to blame for everything.
          Take modernity: in 91, Kazakhstan inherited a powerful industry comparable to French, agriculture comparable to Canadian — where is it now? —Also Russians are to blame?
        2. semirek
          semirek 23 February 2016 11: 19
          Quote: Talgat 148
          In these times .... half of the Kazakh population died of hunger! ... there is nothing to complain about .... you don’t know our story, then keep quiet!

          It’s like a stone in our garden, and you didn’t wonder how many Russians died as a result of the Bolsheviks coming to power? Don’t put an equal sign between the Russian people and the Jewish Bolsheviks. Second point: Kazakhs like to emphasize that for the whole time Kazakhstan was part of In Russia, there were constant uprisings against the tsarist regime, but the tsarist regime did not carry out any dispossession or forced the removal of livestock, one wonders, why didn’t such rebellions take place in the year of small October and later? So it turned out not so bad, in the Kazakh Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic at that time. By the way, there is a secret resolution of the Politburo stating that repressions should first of all be driven by persons of Russian nationality, so that quite a number of ordinary Russian peasants fled to Xinjiang, and who didn’t have time to go to Siberia, or even to be shot.
    3. Kazbek
      Kazbek 23 February 2016 09: 09
      Quote: semirek
      Take modernity: in 91, Kazakhstan inherited a powerful industry comparable to French, agriculture comparable to Canadian — where is it now? —Also Russians are to blame?
      As if Russia, too, had inherited from the USSR a powerful industry and agriculture. And where is it now?
      Cheeses are made from palm oil, radish from Israel, tomatoes from Turkey, apples from Poland .. Where are ZIL, AZLK .. and much more ..
      Quote: semirek
      Jewish Bolsheviks came to power, who organized the genocide of not only the Kazakh but also the Russian population, how many Russians died in Russia as a result of this power?
      Yeah lol . Maybe Jewish pogroms did not have to indulge in ?!
      Quote: sherp2015
      But it’s very convenient for someone to blame all the crimes and shortcomings on the Russian people, which, in fact, after 1917 is the most affected by the repressions

      Did I miss something requestwhere are the Kazakhs accusing the Russian people of genocide?
      Quote: Ereke
      so the Bolsheviks of the Kazakhs sold there
      Why sold. So geopolitical interests .. It is quite logical on the part of the Stalinist leadership. But, apparently, the Kremlin didn’t put it on those that were shown by the events near Damansky ..
      The buffer from Uyghur would be normal, probably ..
  6. moskowit
    moskowit 22 February 2016 09: 54
    USSR military assistance to China, a very interesting topic. It lasted a long time. Available literature covered very poorly. True, now, if desired, you can get detailed information.
    I remember the first screening of the film "Officers". There is a plot of the meeting of the main characters on Chinese territory. V. Lanovoy played a pure Chinese player. But later, when the film was shown on TV, this episode was always cut out or skipped ... In "perestroika" they began to show again ... So, for the sake of the political conjuncture, they tried to obliterate the important historical action of the USSR to help China in the 20th 30 years ...
  7. zaza
    zaza 22 February 2016 14: 21
    Ospan-batyr (Osman-batyr) Islam (1899) was a leader of the national liberation movement of the Kazakhs in Northern Xinjiang. Shot on April 29, 1951 in a prison in the Chinese city of Urumqi.
  8. zaza
    zaza 22 February 2016 14: 41
    Ospan Batyr in 1940 participated in the Kazakh uprising in Koktogai against the governor of Xinjiang Sheng Shitsai. In June 1943, an uprising broke out again among the Kazakhs of Altai due to the decision of Sheng Shitsai to forcibly resettle them to the south of Xinjiang, and Chinese refugees to the Kazakh pasture. A powerful ethnic uprising, which began in three districts, spread to all of northwestern China, grew into the national liberation movement of the Xinjiang peoples, which led to the creation of an independent state - the East Turkistan Republic with its capital in the city of Kulja (Inin). Uyghurs, Kyrgyz, Tatars, Tajiks, Mongols, dissatisfied with the repressions of the Chinese administration also participated in this movement. The government of the Soviet Union and Mongolia in order to confront Sheng Shitsai used the liberation movement of the Kazakhs and helped them with weapons.
    In 1943, the military leader of Mongolia, Choibalsan, and General of the Soviet Union Popov, met with Ospan Batyr, giving him 1000 rifles, 20 machine guns, ammunition and other weapons. Also, 2 military aircraft, 200 soldiers, thereby helping to return the Bulgyn fortress, formerly under the authority of China. Then the rebels led by Ospan Batyr liberated the areas of Shingil, Koktogay, and the Altai Territory from the Chinese troops. In this regard, Ospan Batyr was awarded the Order of the National Hero of the East Turkestan People’s Republic.
    In 1945, the creation of an army of the East Turkistan Republic was proclaimed, which was headed by Ospan Batyr. In September 1945, Ospan Batyr was appointed Governor General of the Altai District.
    In 1949, units of the People’s Liberation Army of China entered Urumqi, and the regime of Chinese Communists was established in Xinjiang. The establishment of the regime of the Chinese Communist Party was opposed by a detachment of Kazakhs led by Ospan Batyr. Ospan Batyr led the Kazakh detachments, which, under his leadership, surrounded Mr. Sarysumbe, the capital of the Altai District. Almost the entire population of the district joined the Ospan batyr detachments.
    Since October 1949, Ospan batyr fought against the 3rd and 6th field army of the Chinese Red Army, in February 1950, 19, Ospan batyr on Mount Kanambol in the town of Makai (modern Gansu), was captured.
  9. zaza
    zaza 22 February 2016 14: 45
    From left to right: Ospan-Batyr, Marshal Choibalsan and the representative of the Soviet government I. Ivanov. China, 1945.
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  12. zaza
    zaza 22 February 2016 14: 48
    Before execution
    1. Pomeranian
      Pomeranian 22 February 2016 22: 42
      A serious comrade, apparently, was.
  13. Pomeranian
    Pomeranian 22 February 2016 22: 41
    Cognitive material, despite some roughness, an honestly earned plus sign in the article .. I remember reading in the newspaper "X-Files of the 20th Century" a few years ago about the operation carried out by the Red Army in this area with the dressing up of soldiers in the old tsarist uniform with shoulder straps and the official introduction of the old-regime ranks. So the comrade second lieutenant for skipping lectures on the History of VKPB received a reprimand from the comrade captain.
  14. Atigay
    Atigay 22 February 2016 23: 17
    Betrayal by the leadership of the USSR was also in the complete destruction of the leadership of East Turkestan on the territory of the USSR. After this, a huge number of Kazakhs were killed in Xinjiang. Xinjiang until 1991 was a territory under the control of the PRC, under an agreement between the USSR and the PRC, and only after the collapse of the USSR was annexed by China.
  15. semirek
    semirek 23 February 2016 12: 22
    [quote = Kazbek] [quote = semirek] Take modernity: Kazakhstan in 91 got a powerful industry comparable to the French, agriculture comparable to Canadian - where is it now? -The Russians are also to blame? [/ quote] Like Russia too the most powerful industry and agriculture came from the USSR. And where is it now?
    Just like from ukrpropaganda, what do you think, what kind of reinforcement are used in the construction of seismic facilities in Almaty, do you think Temirtauskaya? -Fail, purely Russian, oh yes - the buses in Russia are all German, Czech trams, Chinese trains with locomotives with their disgusting hoot, rockets from Baikonur are all Ukrainian, all sorts of superjets are French, all sorts of armata are American.
    Cheeses are made from palm oil, radish from Israel, tomatoes from Turkey, apples from Poland .. Where are ZIL, AZLK .. and much more .. I’m in Penza right now, I’m paying 50 rubles for apples, you probably have an Almaty apportion , by the way, probably 100 million tons of grain in Russia is probably virtual, fake. About AZLK, and who last year shouted with joy that the ruble had fallen in Russia, and someone went and bought 26 thousand Lada cars, because there’s no one in Russia, now they don’t know what to do with the Russian cars, they worked hard for a hundred years ahead. [quote = semirek] the Bolshevik Jews came to power, who organized the genocide of not only the Kazakh but also the Russian population, how many Russians died in Russia as a result of this power? [/ quote ] Yeah lol . Maybe there was no need to indulge in Jewish pogroms?! Probably there was some sense in these pogroms, since such an insidious nation suddenly decided to avenge the Russians for everything by arranging a Bolshevik bacchanal. [Quote = sherp2015] But it’s very convenient for someone to blame all the crimes and shortcomings on Russian people, which in fact after 1917 is the most affected by the repression [/ quote]
    Did I miss something requestwhere are the Kazakhs accusing the Russian people of genocide? but if half of the Kazakhs died, read between the lines, everything is described there. [quote = Ereke] so the Bolsheviks of the Kazakhs sold there [/ quote] Why did they sell it. So geopolitical interests .. It is quite logical on the part of the Stalinist leadership. But, apparently, the Kremlin didn’t put it on those that showed the events near Damansky .. But didn’t you mention Zhalanashkol? I watched the transfer to the Kazakh-Kazakh border guards fought with the Chinese invaders, and this is 79 years old, nonsense.
    1. zaza
      zaza 23 February 2016 13: 11
      Respected! Here are just the latest headlines of Kazakhstani newspapers. "Nazarbayev instructed to fire workers who deliberately answer Russian-speaking Kazakh
      February 16, 2016 | IA Regnum | IA Regnum "
    2. Arbogast
      Arbogast 24 February 2016 12: 11
      Quote: semirek
      About AZLK, and who shouted with joy last year that the ruble fell in Russia, and someone went and bought up 26 thousand Lada
      And how many "Muscovites" Izh, AZLK ?!
      Quote: semirek
      Now they don’t know where to put Russian cars, they stocked up for a hundred years ahead
      You contradict yourself. It’s not so bad here in K-so bad that we don’t know where to put Russian cars..
      Quote: semirek
      Probably there was some sense in these pogroms, since such an insidious nation suddenly decided to avenge the Russians for everything by arranging a Bolshevik orgy
      Turn everything upside down, your style ..
      If you bring a person to the brink when he is "humiliated and insulted" takes revenge on the monsters for what they did to him, then something is clearly wrong with your head ..
      Say a guy shot his mother’s killer, can we say that this killer was right, because she raised a future killer?
      Then, according to your logic, Hitler was also right, then he attacked the USSR, after all, Soviet people subsequently killed Germans ?!
      Quote: semirek
      by the way, probably 100mln tons of grain in Russia is probably virtuality, fake
      AND? Kazakhstan ranks 1 in the world in the export of flour. Over the past 5 years, the Republic of Kazakhstan has firmly occupied the 7 place in the world in grain export and the 3 place in the CIS after Russia and Ukraine.
      Quote: semirek
      I watched the transfer to the Kazakh-Kazakh border guards fought with the Chinese invaders, and this is 79 year, nonsense.
      Take an example from your "crucified boys". In general - "write letters". Each TV channel has an e-mail box. Express your claims to the creators of the show ..
      Quote: semirek
      .I am now in Penza, apples-50 rubles
      Well, I'm happy for you. Eat seeds from apples, grits helps ..
      The blonde is walking around the market, a man is selling seeds from apples.
      - What is it with you?
      - Seeds from apples, 200 rub for a dozen.
      - And what, is someone buying?
      “Of course, because they increase intelligence!”
      - Well, give a dozen.
      Gives 200 rub. Chews the seeds. He hits his forehead with his hand:
      - Oh, I'm a fool! After all, for 200 rubles you could buy 4 kg of apples, and there are so many seeds in them!
      - Well, you see, already wiser ...
      - Exactly, give a dozen more!
  16. andy.v.lee
    andy.v.lee 23 February 2016 19: 54
    There is an interesting essay by Eugene Norin regarding these events, and described in a humorous style:
    "Chinese official Ai Chen Wu wrote:" Artillery shots shook the windows. The Muslims approached the very gate. The only hope was a steadfast, vodka-drenched cohort of 300 White Guards under the command of the former Tsarist officer Pappengut. "
    It was originally published in LJ, then reprinted in other places. It starts like this:
    In the early 30s, a drama happened in the north-west of China, worthy of the pen of either Shakespeare or Mine Reed. A ball of political intrigue involved the Red Army, the White Guard, ignoble robbers, vicious officials, fighters for world Islam, fighters for world revolution, an army of cosplayers and, like a cherry on the cake, a comrade named Fu Ji Hu, who most of you probably know. But first things first.
  17. Robert Nevsky
    Robert Nevsky 23 February 2016 20: 03
    Thanks to the author for the article!