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129 Days to the Circassian Genocide 150th year Commemoration

posted by eagle on January, 2014 as Genocide Crime

129 Days to the Circassian Genocide 150th year Commemoration

Document 29

1831 The possibility of displacement of the Natokhawaj and the resettlement of Russian population instead. 

The idea that we had in mind for a long time came back to life, which is to lodge Cossacks in the northern coast of the Black Sea. It is known that Turkish neighbors wanted to put their hands on these areas, by establishing Azovskaya Cossack forces and settling them near Mariupol. This time, authorities took into consideration not to settle the Azovskaya troops, but the Malorossiyan Cossacks instead. It was determined to send 1300 families from Malorossiya(1) to Anapa, and when a question came up, "where would be best to resettled the Cossacks, Anapa or Gelendzhik?", the local authorities voted in favor of (Anapa), since it was closer to the Black Sea, and being -including its surroundings- a fertile land, which makes it easier for agriculture. 
The impact of this situation also affected the need to have Russian troops on the Gelendzhik gulf, since the north-west part of the huge triangle- which is inhabited by Natokhawaj and should be lodged entirely with Russian population- is required to provide favorable conditions for deportees, and the strengthening of the line from Olginsk to Gelendzhik or to Novorossiysk, if it was necessary.

F. A. Cherbin KKB Volume 2 page 299

(1)Malorossiya : Small Russia

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