Crimean Tatars

Earliest record: 1250
Last record: 1970

Language family: Turcic

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YearsAction
12501944Located in
12851298Attacked [1]
1512Attacked [2]
1571Attacked [3]
17901890Partial migration to [4]
17901970Located in [1]
18781880Partial migration to [1]
1944Were resettled in [4]

Location Info

  1. Crimea
  2. BG
  3. Muscovy
  4. Moscow
  5. Turkish Empire (especially Dobrogea acc/to (50-26), but also BG acc/to (174-6)).
  6. Dobrugea (ROM + BG)
  7. TR
  8. C Asia

References

  1. Tzacheva, L., Y. Yordanov, and S.T. Mutafov. 1974. Anthropological investigations of the Tatars in Bulgaria. pp.241-254. In Bernhard, W. and A. Kandler (eds.). Bevoelkerungsbiologie. Gustav Fischer Verlag, Stuttgart.
  2. McNeill, William H. 1964. Europe's Steppe Frontier. University of Chicago Press, Chicago. 252 pp.
  3. The Evolution and Expansion of Muscovy. 1979. pp. 163, No. 1. In Barraclough, Geoffrey, (ed.). Times Atlas of World History. Time Books Limited, London. 360 pp.
  4. Akiner, Shirin. 1983. Islamic Peoples of the Soviet Union. Kegan Paul International, London. 462 pp.