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The history of the displacement of populations in Russia, Siberia, Kazakhstan, the Caucasus and Crimea, from the time of Ivan the Terrible to the Second World War. Deportations of Russian peasants, Old Believers, Poles, and Tatars at various times.
Half of this work is devoted to the exodus of the Chechens and Chechens in the 19th century and their establishment in the Ottoman Empire. This book was written from archives and historical and ethnographic texts that the author translated from Russian and from narratives and testimonies of Tcherkesses and Chechens from Syria and Jordan where he conducted an investigation in 1977.