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Ёдномаи устод Осими (бо истикболи 85 солагии зодруз) Memories of Osimi
Muhammad Osimi (Osimov) was a Tajik philosopher, educator, and government official. Born in Khujand, he was a graduate of the State University of Uzbekistan in Tashkent and saw service in Leningrad during the Great Patriotic War. He was the first rector of the Polytechnic Institute in Stalinabad (Dushanbe), and also served as Minister of Education. This selection is from a volume published on the 85th anniversary of his birth, but the scan only includes Osimi's own recollections about Sadriddin Ayni.
Годы проведенные в Кремле Years in the Kremlin
Nuriddin Mukhidinov was an Uzbek Soviet party official and later ambassador to Syria. A veteran of the great patriotic war, he became first secertary of the Communist Party of Uzbekistan under Khrushchev before becoming the first Central Asian to member of the Presidium (Politburo) of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. The memoir covers his childhood, war service, rise to power, relations within the Kremlin, as well as his work on ideological issues and destalinization.
Размышленние о пройденном пути Reflections on the path I've walked
From the publisher: Эта книга — воспоминания одного из старейших ученых Узбекистана, Героя Социалистического Труда, члена Академии наук Узбекской ССР Т.Н. Кары-Ниязова. В основе ее содержится материал книги, вышедшей в 1967 году в Ташкенте под таким же названием. Готовя книгу к настоящему изданию, автор сделал дополнения. Он рассказывает о состоянии культуры в Турк естане в дооктябрьский период и о культурном и научном строительстве в Узбекской ССР . Читатель узнает о замечательных людях, с которыми автору пришлось вместе работа ть, о содружестве ученых разных национальностей, о их вкладе в развитие нашей Родины. В последней главе автор делится впечатлениями поездок в разные страны. Tashmuhammed Niazovich Kara-Niazov was an Uzbek educator, mathematician, and historian. This memoir, published during the Soviet era, covers his childhood in pre-revolutionary Central Asia, work as a teacher and educator after the revolution, involvement with the alphabet reforms of the 1940s, as well as his travels to Italy, Japan, Afghanistan, India, and Bulgaria. This is the second, expanded, edition, of a memoir that first appeared in Tashkent in 1967.
Худое, худро бишиносам To know oneself and to know God
From the publisher: Олим ва нависандаи маъруф Расул Ҳодизода дар китоби хотироташ ҳамзамон бо тасвири марҳилаҳои зиндаги ва фаъолияти худ дар бораи воқеахри таърихии илму маданият ва симохри шинохтаи адабиёт, илм ва фарх,анги тоҷик хркоятхри ҷолиб аз диду дили худ нақл намудааст. Чунонки муаллиф гуфтааст, ин китоб "еде аз саҳифаҳои таърихи замой ва одамон аст", ки 6а хонандаи имруз тақдим мешавад. Rasul Hodizoda (1928-2010) was a writer, translator, and scholar. Born in Samarkand, he studied in Tashkent, worked briefly in radio, and later did graduate work in Moscow. Hodizoda spent most of his career at the Rudaki Institute in Dushanbe, but was also active in the Union of Writers and published in all-union publications such as Druzhba Narodov. These particularly detailed memoirs cover his childhood, education, and career. Hodizoda also provides detail on his experiences writing a novel about Ahmad Donish and his relationship with mentors like Sadriddin Ayni, Mikhail Andreev, and Aleksandr Semenov, as well as contemporaries like Muhamadjon Shakurov (Shakuri), Shavqat Niezi, Semen Lipkin, and Mikhail Zand.