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Published by s.n. in [Jidda .
Written in English


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LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 92/53825
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination38 p.
Number of Pages38
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1389947M
LC Control Number92965379

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The Andites Of Turkestan. The Urantia Book; Pa Section 1. P, For over twenty-five thousand years, on down to nearly B.C., the heart of Eurasia was predominantly, though diminishingly, Andite. In the lowlands of Turkestan the Andites made the westward turning around the inland lakes into Europe, while from the highlands of this region they infiltrated eastward. East Turkestan has a diverse geography. It has grand deserts, magnificent mountains, and beautiful rivers, lakes, grasslands and forests. A brief history of East Turkestan and its people. East Turkestan is the homeland of the Turkic speaking Uyghurs and other central Asian peoples such as Kazaks, Kyrgyz, Tatars, Uzbeks, and Tajiks. Eastern Turkestan and Dzungaria, and the Rebellion of the Tungans and Taranchis, to Author: Robert Michell: Published: Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Length: 62 pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. Wang Ke’s detailed reading of 20thcentury Chinese and Uyghur sources, complemented by Japanese secondary materials, informs a valuable account of the Sheng Shicai era in Xinjiang, the shortlived Eastern Turkestan movement of – and especially of the Eastern Turkestan Republic that governed northern Xinjiang from to , a state Author: Ke Wang, Carissa Fletcher.

: Carpets from Eastern Turkestan, Known as Khotan, Samarkand, and Kansu Carpets: Reprint of edition. Dust Jacket without bumps or chips no visible shelf scuffing; d.j. at very top of spine frayed. Boards like new. Pages without dog-ears, tears, writing, underlining, etc. Orders usually ship within 3 business days. Shipping costs are included in price and are based on domestic. Uzbekistan was a part of Soviet Central Asia. Communists in the first half of the XX often referred to this area as Western Turkestan. Eastern Turkestan became a part of China, and the struggle of local Turkic people to get independence is recently given more attention in the Western media. Reports from Eastern Turkestan harry Wu wanted to collect information on the reform labor camps in Eastern Turkestan when he was arrested at the Korga border crossing. At present there are 29 reform labor camps in Eastern Turkestan with an estimated population of 70, prisoners. of paper copies entitled Mission and Change in Eastern Turkestan. As found in the Acknowledgements, above, only parts of the original book were translated in this first instalment. However, the Bibliography is complete and is valid for the whole book. Our aim is to be able to continue this important work of making available Mr. Hultvall’s book.

Turkestan (Kazakh: Түркістан Türkistan) is a small but ancient city in the Kazakh stan largely lacks the kinds of Central Asian historical towns that make Uzbekistan a popular travel destination, but the exception is this one, relatively well preserved, year-old city. In the 11th century AD, the great Sufi Sheikh Khoja Ahmad Yasavi turned the city into the region's. Talk to East Turkestan, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 36, likes 4, talking about this 3 were here. Advocate for the rights of ethnic people in East Turkistan (Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous region, /5(81). new book on eastern turkestan's peoples A recently published book focuses on 13 ethnic groups, including the Chinese, living in Eastern Turkestan. The new book, Die Ethnischen Gruppen Xinjiangs (Ethnic Groups of Xinjiang) by Thomas Hoppe, published by the Institut fur Asienkunde, is rare in its detailed accounts of these groups. Turkestan was at one time ruled by Emperor Gustasp (believed to be either Hystaspes (father of Darius I) or Darius I). [6] [7] Additional documents indicate that Turkestan's history dates back to at least the third millennium BC. Many artifacts were produced in that period, and much trade was conducted. The region was a focal point for cultural diffusion, as the Silk Road traversed it.