Kenesar Kasymov
Kenesar Kasymov

Kenesar Kasymov

Kenezar Kasimov (Кенесары хан, Кунесары Кусымов, Kenesary Kasymov)

KAZAKH'S LAST KHAN

Kazimov was born in 1802 in Middle Zhuz Khanate, a state of Khan that consumes most of central and eastern Kazakhstan.

Kasimov is the son of Kassim Sultan, Khan of Middle Suz. The mother is the daughter of Garton Xu Lin (Galdan Tseren,), Khan of Sungar (Dzungar Khanate).

Kasimov is also a grandchild of Khan Abilai (Abylai Khan).

But Uali Khan, 1781-1821, who ruled Central Suz at the time after Khan Abilai, allowed Russia to set up office in the Kokshetau Valley. Which Gubai Dollar did. He was arrested and exiled to Siberia. Kasimov tried to reassemble the forces of the Khan tribes to resist the Siberian state.

In 1822, Emperor Alexander I issued a royal Krishtika to abolish Khan's power in Siberia and Central Asia, offended Khan in the area, and tried to rise up against the power of the Russian Empire.

In 1837, during 1837-1847, Kasimov led several of the largest Kazakh groups in a movement demanding independence from the Russian Empire.

In 1838, the rebels led by Kasimov were able to seize the Akmola fort, located in the current Nur-Sultan, but was easily suppressed by Russia.

Meanwhile, the people of Kokand, who live in the state of Kokand Khanate, in today's Uzbekistan and predominantly Islamic state.

1840 Sultan Cassiem died in battle with Khan of Cocand.

1841 Kasimov was elected leader of all Kazakh

Kasimov struck a peace deal with Russia, but shortly after Vladimir A. Oprouchev, said he was not able to make a peace deal with Russia. Obrychev took over as governor of Orenburg.

In 1843, Russia sent a large set of troops to suppress Kasimov's forces, requiring him to retreat to Zhetysu mountain.

In 1845, Kasimov was able to capture many of the Cocand defenders, such as Zhanakorgan, Zhulek, Sozak and Merke. During this time Kasimov's power was strengthened in the area, and he restored the Biyi court. , and Kasimov will also respond decisively, such as ordering the killing of over 500 residents of the village in a single night.

In diplomacy, Kasimov established relations with the neighboring Khan state, Kokand, despite being an enemy, and also established relations with Khiva Khanate in Central Asia and the state of Khan Allakuli in Central Asia and Bukhara Khanate.

IN 1847, KASIMOV LED 15,000 TROOPS TO INVADE KURGYZSTAN, BUT KASIMOV WAS LATER CAPTURED AND HELD IN PRISON FOR THREE MONTHS BEFORE BEING SENTENCED TO DEATH WITH A HEAD CUT.

After Kasimov's Si was cut, his head was delivered to the Ormon Khan of Kirquiz, before Khan Ormon sent his head to Prince Peter D. Gorchakov), which is the governor of the Western Siberian district of Russia at the time

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