Indelible pages of history

The period of political repression in the 20-50s of the twentieth century, the consequences of the totalitarian system, was remembered as tragic pages of the past political life and history of the Soviet people, including Kazakhstan. The aggravation of national politics and political-economic and national-ethnic factors of the 1920s-1950s led to the emergence of social tension in the republic. There have been events in the life of the entire people and state that cannot be forgotten forever. An attentive attitude to these events, to their history, is a clear guarantee that we will not make new tragic mistakes today or tomorrow. In perpetuating the memory of the victims of political repression, May 31 became the Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Political Repression.

In memory of the victims of repression, a lecture on “Indelible pages of history”was held in the HP-21 group. The main goal is to perpetuate the memory of the victims of the terrible catastrophe of the twentieth century, the bloody massacre, the brutal meat repression that watered the Kazakh steppe with human blood, and to educate schoolchildren to love their country, land, and homeland.

This will allow the younger generation to instill a sense of patriotism, study the “white pages” of history, reproduce the extinct, demonstrate examples of the common sense of the social system.


The information was prepared by:

history teacher

Akhmetzhanova D. K.

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