In this article, the author attempted to analyzethe policy of the Soviet state in the field of housing in the cities of Uzbekistan in 1917-1941. The author paid special attention to the search for forms of solution for the housing policy by the Soviet authorities in the framework of overcoming the existing housing crisis, including such measures as consolidation and self-consolidation, which later developed into communal apartments, which were presented by the But there was nothing more permanent in the Soviet state than the temporary one - the housing problem, along with the availability of communal apartments, workers and other departmental dormitories, perceived by the majority as temporary, forced housing, was not fully resolved until the collapse of the Soviet state.
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"Densification and self-densification as one of the form of solving the housing problem in Uzbekistan in 1917-1941,"
Scientific journal of the Fergana State University: Vol. 2
, Article 18.
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