Presses de Sciences Po
Réforme et révolution chez les musulmans de l'Empire russe
Title Réforme et révolution chez les musulmans de l'Empire russe
Subtitle 2e édition
Edition 2
Preface by Maxime Rodinson (1915 - 2004)
Collection Références
Publisher Presses de Sciences Po
Tags ,
Audience 06 Professional and scholarly
CLIL (Version 2013-2019) 3283 SCIENCES POLITIQUES
Title First Published 01 January 1981
Subject Scheme Identifier Code      93 Thema subject category: JP

Format Paperback
Nb of pages 311 p.
ISBN-10 2-7246-0455-5
ISBN-13 978-2-7246-0455-9
GTIN13 (EAN13) 9782724604559
Publication Date 01 January 1981
Main content page count 311
Weight 430 gr
List Price 17.50 €


The Emirate of Bukhara was the first meeting place of the two principal revolutionary movements of the 20th century : that of the proletarian révolution which was born in Pétrograd and that of the peasant révolution of colonial countries. September 1, 1920 saw the collapse of the Emir's old théocratie power. The Red Army put a team of local nationalists at the head of what had been the most backward state of the Muslim world. Three days before that, thèse nationalists had established themselves as the Communist Party.This work shows the path of thèse men, whose idéal of religious and national régénération led them in the end to the ranks of the Bolshevik party. Under their leadership, Bukhara thus provides both the example of the first victorious Marxist révolution in a colonial country and the first "people's democracy ".This example haunted the leaders of the Komintern ever since 1920 because they saw in it, concretely, ail the difficulties and ail the problems posed by a révolution, far from the industrial metropolises.


Bukhara à la veille de la conquête russe
La conquête russe: Bukhara devant le capitalisme et l'Occident
Le réveil national au Turkestan
Les débuts du réformisme à Bukhara
L'ère des sociétés secrètes, 1910-1914
La fin de l'Empire russe: Bukhara devant la guerre et la révolution
La révolution d'octobre. L'alliance des zadid et des bolcheviks
La République populaire de Bukhara