2020. no 2. Ismail Kerimov
I. Gasprinsky`s diplomatic struggle
for permission to publish a newspaper
(Sh. Marjani Institute of History of Tatarstan Academy of Sciences; SBEEHE RC «F. Yakubov Crimean Engineering and Pedagogical
Abstract: The given article, on the basis of archive documents, reveals the information concerning the attempts of I. Gasprinsky in (1881–1882) to obtain permission from S. Petrsbourg Censorship Committee to open a private printing house in his own home, in Bakhchisaray. The informationl, about publication of separate pages of “Tonguch”/”First-born,” (1881), “Shafak”/ “Dawn” and “Tercuman”/ “Translator” (1882) are given in precise form.
Keywords: first editions of I. Gasprinski, private printing house in Bakhchisaray in 1880s, newspaper business in the Crimea at the end of XIX century, Muslim press in Russia
For citation: Kerimov I. А. I. Gasprinsky`s diplomatic struggle for permission to publish a newspaper. Krymskoe istoricheskoe obozrenie=Crimean Historical Review. 2020, no. 2, pp. 8–18. DOI: 10.22378/kio.2020.2.8-18
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About the author: Kerimov Ismail Asanovich – Dr. Sci. (Philology), Professor, Director of the Scientific Research Institute of the Crimean philology, history and culture of the Crimean ethnos, SBEEHE RC “F. Yakubov Crimean Engineering and Pedagogical University”; Leading Researcher of the Crimean Scientific Center of Sh. Marjani Institute of History of Tatarstan Academy of Sciences (420111, Kazan, Baturin Str., 7A, Russian Federation); firstname.lastname@example.org