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Hadiya Davletshina

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Ethnicity  Bashkirs
Role  Poet
Name  Hadiya Davletshina

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Born  Hadiya Lutfulovna Davletshina 5 March 1905 now Khasanovo village, Bolshechernigovsky District, Samara Oblast (1905-03-05)
Occupation  poet, novelist, playwright, librettist
Alma mater  Bashkir State University (1934-1937)
Notable awards  Salavat Yulaev Award ,1967
Died  May 12, 1954, Birsk, Russia

Education  Bashkir State University
Citizenship  Russian Empire , USSR

Hadiya Davletshina (Bashkir: Дәүләтшина Һәҙиә Лотфулла ҡыҙы , real name Hadiya Lutfulovna Davletshina, 5 March 1905 – 5 December 1954), was a Bashkir poet, writer and playwright.

Biography

Born March 5, 1905 in the village Khasanovo of Pugachev district in Samara province into a poor peasant family

1920 working as a teacher in the village of Samara province Dengizbaevo;

1920 study in the Tatar-Bashkir Pedagogical College in Samara;

1932 study at the Moscow Institute for the preparation of the editors;

1935 - 1937 studies at the Bashkir Pedagogical Institute;

1933 work in the literary staff of the newspaper BASSR Baimaksky region (along with her husband, writer Bashkir lip Davletshin subsequently Commissar of Education, Bashkir ASSR);

1937 - 1942 as the wife of imprisoned repressed, then to death lived in exile in Birsk.

References

Hadiya Davletshina Wikipedia


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