Latinisation (USSR)

Latinisation (USSR)

Latinisation (USSR)

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In the USSR, latinisation ( — latinizatsiya) was the name of the campaign during the 1920s-1930s which aimed to replace traditional writing systems for numerous languages with the Latin alphabet and to create for languages had no writing. Almost all Turkic, Iranian, Uralic and several other languages were romanized, totaling nearly 50 of the 72 written languages in the USSR. There also existed plans to romanize Russian and other Slavonic languages as well, but in the late 1930s the latinisation campaign was canceled and all newly-romanized languages were converted to Cyrillic.

The following languages were romanised or new alphabets were invented for them:
  1. Abaza language
  2. Abkhaz alphabet
  3. Avar language
  4. Adyghe language
  5. Azerbaijani alphabet
  6. Altai language
  7. Assyrian language
  8. Bashkir...... ...
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