ICC
International Committee for Crimea, Inc.
Washington, DC 20003

20th anniversary of the ICC Web site

The Web site of the ICC (iccrimea.org) has been in service since September 2020. Over the years, we have accumulated a large number of reports, reviews, commentaries scholarly articles and photographs relating not only to ICC activities but also issues involving Crimean Tatar repatriation. Many Web pages detail the history and culture of the indigenous people of Crimea. As an important online resource, the ICC Web site reflects the activities of its members and includes many examples from the scholarly literature.

See also:
ORIGINS OF THE INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE FOR CRIMEA AND ITS WEB SITE
INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE FOR CRIMEA: A TIMELINE, 1997-2019


ICC's Archival Sources

75th anniversary commemorative meeting

Reports and Reviews

Gwendolyn Sasse book

Scholarly Publications

Mubeyyin Altan

Interviews

Edige Kirimal leaving Istanbul

Historical Sources and Personalities

Special Features

Ismail Bey Gaspirali

Ismail Bey Gaspirali

18 May 1944 by Zaur Ibragimov

SURGUN: Deportation of Crimean Tatars

Photographs relating to Crimean Tatars

ICC Photographs relating to Crimean Tatars and related activities at the FLICKR or PICASA Web sites:

Last Update: 26 September 2020
Webmaster: Inci Bowman

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Mustafa Jemilev
Mustafa Jemilev
Crimean Tatar leader
Nobel Peace Prize Nominee

Surgun survivor
Ilyas Jalilov
A SURGUN Survivor
Died at 98 in 2020

A Crimean Tatar girl at rally in 2010
A Crimean Tatar girl
At a rally in 2010
Simferopol, Crimea