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МОРДОВСКИЕ ЭТНИЧЕСКИЕ ОБЪЕДИНЕНИЯ В МОСКВЕ В 1920-Е ГГ

Вестник угроведения. 2018. Т. 8. № № 2.. С. 356-364.
Крякин Е. Н.

There were several ethnic organizations uniting representatives of the Mordvinians living in Moscow in the 1920s: the society «Syrgozema», the Mordovian club in Maryina Roshcha and the Moscow Mordovian fraternity. These organizations appeared together with other similar organizations in the 1920s as a response to changes of conditions of socio-political life in order to develop ways of self-determination. By the end of the 1920s, the most part of these ethnic societies had ceased existence; the Mordovian organizations had existed until the late 1930s and had also disappeared. The problem of the appearance of the diversity of ethnic organizations and the termination of their activities in Moscow still remains not fully understood, but its importance is undeniable for Russia and for Moscow in particular; the improvement of mechanisms of interaction between peoples remains an urgent task. In this context it is particularly important to consider the activity of specific ethnic groups, integrating them into a single historical context.