Atmen uprising ( Chuvash. Etman vărçi ) - peasant uprising of the beginning of the XX century in the Yadrinsky district of the Kazan province of the Russian Empire (now the territory of the Alikovsky district of the Chuvashia of the Russian Federation).
|A place||Yadrinsky County , Kazan Province , Russian Empire|
|Cause||Stolypin agrarian reform|
|Total||Suppression of rebellion|
|Forces of the parties|
At the initiative of Stolypin, in November 1906, the tsarist government issued a decree on land use. Each plowman could dispose of his share in the community: stay in the same place, stand out in the farm, sell his allotment.
In the spring of 1913, in the Yadrinsky district in the Shumatov community (42 villages), they decided to "privatize" the communal land. Most did not agree with the division of property, which served as the beginning of the Atmenev peasant uprising.
- L. I. Efimov , “Elĕk Enĕ”, Elĕk , 1994 .
- Chappan Uprising (1921)