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In the fifth century AD, the Sassanids gained the upper hand and constructed a strong citadel at Derbent, known henceforward as the Caspian Gates, while the northern part of Dagestan was overrun by the Huns, followed by the Caucasian Avars.
Caucasian Albanian warrior
III century AD
National anthem of Albania
It is not clear whether the latter were instrumental in the rise of the Christian kingdom in Central Dagestan highlands. Known as Sarir, this Avar-dominated state maintained a precarious existence in the shadow of Khazaria and the Caliphate until the ninth century, when it managed to assert its supremacy in the region.
Due to Muslim pressure and internal disunity, Sarir disintegrated in the early twelfth century, giving way to the Khanate of Avaristan, a long-lived Muslim state which relied on the alliance with the Golden Horde and braved the devastating Mongol invasions of 1222 and 1239, followed by Tamerlane's raid in 1389.
Russians intensified their hold in the region in the eighteenth century, when Peter the Great annexed maritime Dagestan in the course of the First Russo-Persian War. Although the territories were returned to Persia in 1735, the next bout of hostilities resulted in the Russian capture of Derbent in 1796.
The eighteenth century also saw the resurgence of the Khanate of Avaristan, which managed to repulse the attacks of Nadir Shah of Persia and impose tribute on Shirvan and Georgia. In 1803 the khanate voluntarily submitted to Russian authority, but it took Persia a decade to recognize all of Dagestan as the Russian possession (Treaty of Gulistan).
Memorial “Vatan” at the place of defeat of the troops of the conqueror of the world Persian ruler Nadir Shah by the united troops of Dagestans. The defeat of Nadir Shah and the glorious victory of the peoples of Dagestan over the most redoubtable armies at that time caused a great international response and became a vivid witness of the might and force of the peoples of Dagestan.
The Russian administration, however, disappointed and embittered the highlanders. The institution of heavy taxation, coupled with the expropriation of estates and the construction of fortresses (including Makhachkala), electrified highlanders into rising under the aegis of the Muslim Imamate of Dagestan, led by Ghazi Mohammed (1828-32), Gamzat-bek (1832-34) and Shamil (1834-59). This Caucasian War raged until 1864, when Shamil was captured and the Khanate of Avaristan was abolished.
Imam Ghazi Mohammed
The Battle of Ghimri
Dagestan and Chechnya profited from the Russo-Turkish War, 1877-1878, to rise against Imperial Russia for the last time. During the Russian Civil War, the region became part of the short-lived Republic of the Mountaineers of the North Caucasus. After more than three years of fighting White movement reactionaries and local nationalists, the Dagestan Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic was proclaimed on 20 January 1921.
After the Civil War, Dagestan managed to liqudate economic devastation, hunger and epidemics. This opened the broader possiblities for the consolidation of all Dagestanian people and ethnic groups into a nation for a rapid developmentof the economy and culture of the young republic. Indeed during the first five year plans Dagestan was converted from a backward agrarian country into a a developing industrial-agrarian republic.
But this was achieved by its population at a high price. During the period of Stalin’s personality cult. From the 1930’s to the early 1950’s in Dagestan like everywhere else in the country, there were a great number of violations of legality, attacks on the honor and dignity of the individuals, and the political repressions of many innocent people.
During the World War II the peoples of Dagestan together with the peoples of the former Soviet Union stood up for the defense of their Motherland. They displayed courage and heroism at the front. More than 50 Dagestanis were awarded the highest title of the Hero of the Soviet Union.
After the victorious Great Patriotic war the working people of Dagestan began with new strength to bring into life the plans of restoring their economy and to solve new problems that arose before them. In 1970 our republic was struck by a natural disaster, an earthquake which inflicted great material damage to its economy and population. A number of other republics and regions of the former Soviet union rendered considerable assistance to Dagestan to eliminate the effects of the earthquake.
Today, Dagestan enjoys a stable government and has so far managed to prevent the conflict from flaring up again with help of federal security forces. Agriculture and crafts, and the petrochemical industry remain important to the economy, but tourism has also contributed substantially to economic growth in the past 5 years.
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