During the trip, the museum employees L. Abdrakhmanova and G. Tulepberenova met with the descendants of the repressed. The son of the famous Kazakh poet, writer, repressed in 1938 Ilyas Zhansugurov, Sayat Zhansugurov, who turned 90 this year, donated the book "Ush arys" and household items of the Soviet period to the museum fund; Mailina Nurgul donated to the museum fund the dishes that belonged to her mother-in-law Gulsum Mailina, the daughter of the famous Kazakh writer Beimbet Mailin, who was repressed in 1938; Isadora Likerova, daughter of Azimbay Lekerov, the first economist-professor of Kazakhstan, repressed in 1938, donated to the museum fund archival documents and photographs, dresses and a headscarf that belonged to her mother, honored teacher of the Kazakh SSR Khalida Yelkibaeva, who did not live to see her 100th birthday six months. She devoted her whole life to pedagogy and preserving the memory of her husband Azimbay Lekerov. Zarema Osmanova, daughter of the first banker of Kazakhstan, who made an invaluable contribution to the development of the financial industry Tyuryabek Osmanov, who was repressed in 1937, donated archival documents and photographs, her personal belongings and her late sister Laura, as well as a suitcase brought from Germany in 1946 by Tyuryabek's nephew – Seyten to the museum fund. Subsequently, after being released from the camp, the suitcase was used by Tyuryabek's wife, Fatima. After the death of Fatima, her things were kept in it. The sisters Laura, Aitkul, Zarema, after the arrest of their parents, were sent to an orphanage, from which they were taken and brought up until Fatima was released from the camp by Tyuryabek's younger sister, Nazym. Almara Diveeva, daughter of Shakir Diveev, People's Commissar of Trade of the Kazakh SSR, who was repressed in 1938, donated to the museum fund the reticule that belonged to her mother, prisoner of "ALZHIR" Diveyeva Fatima.

During the trip, the museum's specialist Zhaksybaeva Raisa Ramazanovna visited the local history museum. The Museum of History and Local Lore gave copies of the archival documents of the «ALZHIR» prisoner Mentai Daukenova and the first editor of the “Aykap” magazine Mukhamedzhan Seralin to the museum fund.

organized on the Facebook page by the museum of victims of political repression in Shymkent as part of the year "Shymkent 2020" - the cultural capital of the CIS countries. During the event, Samat Ilyasovich spoke about the activities and achievements of the museum, and also expressed his gratitude and confidence in further fruitful cooperation between the museums.

On October 26, specialists of the Museum of Tulepbergenova Gulnur and Khassenova Anar organized online tour of the halls of the “ALZHIR” museum for the participants of the week of the museum of the CIS countries organized on the Facebook page by the Museum of Victims of Political Repression in Shymkent as part of the year "Shymkent 2020 - the cultural capital of the CIS countries."

Wthin the framework of the project dedicated to 175-th anniversary of Abay Kunanbayev the museum specialist Meruert Zaikenova is reading Abay’s 20-th words

On October 25, on the pages of instagram, facebook and on the YouTube channel, a video was published "Children’s view" Maria, Mamysheva Suleima, Kusainova Dilnaz, Pershina Angelina, Serikkaliyeva Aizerе, Makenova Aruan.


This work reflects the tragic fate of the prisoners of "ALZHIR": arrest, separation from children, imprisoned artists for painting.

On October 28, the video “Altyn Orda - Kazak Khandygynyk Babasy” was published on the pages of Instagram, Facebook and on the YouTube channel. The purpose of the video is to acquaint the younger generation with the historical events that took place in the Great Steppe, the history of the state of the Golden Horde, created in the Kazakh steppe eight centuries ago.

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