Release:2015, Vol. 1. №1(1)
About the author:Valeriy M. Kruzhinov, Dr. Sci. (Hist.), Professor, Department of National History, Institute of History and Political Sciences, Tyumen State University; firstname.lastname@example.org
Abstract:The article analyzes the background of foundation and abolition of the Ob-Irtysh region with the center in the city of Tyumen which existed from January 17 to December 7, 1934. It is established that under conditions of forced industrialization and increasing scarcity of resources the government’s attempt to use the natural resources of “peripheral regions” were associated with their transfer to the “self-sufficiency” and the creation of its own administrative-territorial formations. Such a policy was able to accelerate the process of industrial modernization of business centers of the country, but inevitably gave a “point” (in the north of the region) to a fragmented (in Tyumen) character to the development of the Ob-Irtysh region. The government sees the way out of the contradictory situation in joining «peripheral regions» to the donor regions and abolishes the Ob-Irtysh region including its territory in the Omsk region.
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