INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SOCIAL HUMANITIES SCIENCES RESEARCH (JSHSR)

Abstract


SEYID HUSAYN, ONE OF THE VICTIMS OF THE RED MASSACRE IN AZERBAIJAN AND HIS LITERARY ACTIVITIES.

In the Soviet Union, mainly due to the ongoing destruction of the politics between the years 1937-1939, belonging to the Turkic world and journalist, idea man, and tens of thousands of other professions party “panturkist”, “pan-Islamist”, “counter-revolutionary”, “the opponents of the regime”, “nationalist”, “public enemies” were executed on charges such as. This practice has been taken so far that even commemorating the names of the murdered wises has been considered a great crime. The wife and children of the victims of the Red Cross have been sentenced to similar sentences on the grounds that they are “relatives of the enemy of the regime.” This genocide, in which all persons who did not adopt Soviet ideology were destroyed, is called “red terror”, “red resentment” and “representation”. The ban, arrests, deportations, and massacres that emerged as a result of the most strict policies of persecution and intimidation in the 1930s completely eliminated the National Resistance in Azerbaijan. 20. Tenkitçi, storyteller, pedagogue, and journalist Seyid Hüseyin Sadıq, who became famous for his works written in the first half of the century, (Hüseyin Mir Kazımoğlu Sadıq) is one of the red offended victims of the Soviet era, also called representsiya. One of the notable representatives of literary criticism in the early twentieth century was again Sayyed Hussein. He valued the education of the people, the opening of new schools, the preparation of textbooks, and the training of teacher cadres, and made great efforts in this regard. As a meticulous critic, Seyid Hussein opposes prejudice and criticism with a hostile attitude when evaluating works. As the development line of Contemporary Azerbaijani storytelling is examined, it is seen that Seyid Hussein has a unique place. The author's stories, starting from the end of the 1920s and seeing the face of the printing press until the mid-1930s, bring a voice to the Azerbaijani literary world. His works, which still retain their value today, are instrumental in the commemoration of Seyid Hussein as the “story master” in the country. A total of 13 people from Seyid Hussein's family, including his wife, Azerbaijani independence poet Ummugulsum Sadiqzadeh, were victims of red resentment and died by being shot



Keywords
Red massacre, repressia, Seyid Hussein, Azerbaijani literature, literary criticism



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