Milliy Fyrqa (Crimean Tatar: Milliy Fırqa, ملی فرقا - National Party, Cyrillic: Милли фирка) was a Muslim political group in Crimea, which transferred en masse to the Bolsheviks during the Russian Civil War. Noman Çelebicihan established the group in 1917. At the time, they eventually seized control of the state in an attempt to foster a Crimean Tatar identity. Soviet authorities banned the party in 1921.
- ^ The Islamic Threat to the Soviet State by Aelexandre Bennigsen and Marie Boxup, 1984, Services Book Club, Lahore
- ^ The Crimean Tatars: The Diaspora Experience and the Forging of a Nation by Brian Glyn Williams, 2001, Brill, Leiden and Boston