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  • ...arliest state-sponsored centers for rocket development in the USSR. In May 1932 Korolev was appointed chief of the group; and military interest encouraged [[Category:1907 births]]
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  • |serviceyears = 1932-1934<br>1936–1955 In November 1932, Momyshuly was conscripted for a two-year service in the [[Red Army]],<ref>
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  • Soon, the family fled from the [[Soviet famine of 1932–1933|famine of 1932-1933]] to [[Xinjiang]].<ref name=NOV2009/> [[Category:1925 births]]
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  • ** Symphony No. 2 (1932) [[Category:1905 births]]
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  • |country = [[Kazakhstan]] (1991–2013) <br />[[Soviet Union]] (1932–91) |birth_date = 13 June, 1932
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  • | birth_date = {{birth date|1932|1|25|df=y}} | death_date = {{death date and age|1985|5|4|1932|1|25|df=y}}
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  • In the early 1930s he began a program for creating Kazakh textbooks. In 1932 Amanzholov published the grade school textbook ''Kazakh Grammar'' ({{lang-r [[Category:1903 births]]
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  • ...s [[Kazakh famine of 1919–1922|of the 1920s]] and [[Kazakhstan famine of 1932-1933|of the 1930s]], caused by [[Droughts and famines in Russia and the Sov !colspan=3|'''Births'''
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  • ...dent [[Hoja-Niyaz]]. He also represented [[Xinjiang]] in [[Nanjing]] from 1932 to 1934. Initially the republic was named the "Turkish Islamic Republic of [[Category:1902 births]]
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  • ...; he also visited the [[Soviet Union]], where he continued his studies. In 1932 he returned to Xinjiang through India, where he joined [[Emir]] [[Muhammad [[Category:1883 births]]
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  • ...hmud Sijang]], a wealthy Muslim, former leader of the [[Turpan]] uprising (1932), and one of Sheng's appointees, became the focal point for opposition to t [[Category:1901 births]]
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  • ...|1933 Battle of Kashgar]] and participated before in [[Turpan]] Rebellion (1932). He associated with the Turkic nationalist [[Young Kashgar Party]] and app [[Category:1886 births]]
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  • ...''Zuyev''' ({{lang-ru|Юрий Алексеевич Зуев}}; 8 December 1932&nbsp;– 5 December 2006) was a [[Russia]]n-born [[Kazakhs|Kazakh]] [[sinol [[Category:1932 births]]
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  • [[Category:1911 births]]
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  • ...ynyshpaev’s “bourgeois” reputation. Tynyshpaev was arrested again in 1932 and sentenced to five years of exile (with his family) in Voronezh, where h [[Category:1879 births]]
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  • ...and later in [[Middle Asia]]. After completing his secondary education in 1932-1934, he worked as a Communist Party representative at a factory in St. Pet [[Category:1903 births]]
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  • ...; {{lang-ru|Надир Каримович Надиров}}) born 6 January 1932; [[Sədərək|Sadarak]], [[Nakhichevan Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic [[Category:1932 births]]
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