Squatting, self-immolation, and the repatriation of Crimean Tatars

@article{Uehling2000SquattingSA,
  title={Squatting, self-immolation, and the repatriation of Crimean Tatars},
  author={G. Uehling},
  journal={Nationalities Papers},
  year={2000},
  volume={28},
  pages={317 - 341}
}
  • G. Uehling
  • Published 2000
  • Geography
  • Nationalities Papers
In the summer of 1978, a Crimean Tatar man named Musa Mamut walked out of his home in a small village in the Crimea toward a policeman waiting for him at his front gate. He was to be taken to the station for questioning, and quite possibly arrested for “violation of the passport regime.” But Mamut had already drenched himself with gasoline and, lighting a match, was engulfed in flames. He ran toward the policeman, who ran the other way. A deliveryman tripped Musa, and two friends who had been… Expand
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