Soviet Policy towards Buddhist Healthcare System in 1920-1930s: Reforms and Repressions

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The article analyzes the main stages of interrelations development between the Soviet state and the Buddhist healthcare system (Tibetan medicine) in the 1920-1930s: reforming, confrontation, repressions and elimination. As a result of these interrelations development the authorities preferred not to integrate the Tibetan medicine into the state healthcare system, but to sacrifice it for the sake of the total eradication of the Buddhist confession.

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F L Sinitsyn

Institute of Russian History of Russian Academy of Sciences

Центр военной истории России; Институт российской истории РАН; Institute of Russian History of Russian Academy of Sciences




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