Jakub Bek (often also Jakub Beg, actually Jakub Mohammedbek Badaulet, English. Yakoob Beg, Yakub Beg or Jakoob Beg; * 1820 in Taschkent; † 16. (31.?) May 1877) was an centralasiatic war gentleman and ruler.
he was military commander in the services of a Vasallen China, a son and successor of Jehangir; became 1853 commander of the fortress Akmetschet (also AC Meschet, later away Perowsk, since 1916 Kysyl Orda) and participated 1864 in the defense of the fortresses Tschimkent and Taschkent against the Russians . When these were fallen, it used 1865 a rebellion of the Dunganen and made themselves the ruler of the realm of Jetti Schahr. After the murder it used, was terminated its Dientstherren as Emir of Kaschgar thereby the dependence on China and collected around itself a large number more dissatisfied or already insurgent Muslim.
It conquered 1872 the mountain country Sarighkul (also Sarikol) and the city Urumtschi, but entrissen it the Chinese 1876 under general TSO Tsung seaweed the eastern part of its possessions together with this city.
After 1877 also the cities Jarkent and even Kaschgar of the continued Chinese offensive were subject to door fan, Harashar, he became to 16. (31.?) Murdered by a yard official (after Brockkhaus, 1894), other sources call May 1877 a death by suicide (Encyclopaedia Britannica).
- Demetrius Charles Boulger, The would run OF Yakoob Beg; Athalik Ghazi and Badaulet; Ameer OF Kashgar., London 1878
- harsh ore A. Giles, China and the Manchus, (?)
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|ALTERNATIVE NAME||Jakub Mohammedbek Badaulet, Jakub Beg, Atalik Ghasi|
|SHORT DESCRIPTION||centralasiatic war gentleman and ruler|
|DATE OF BIRTH||1820|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Taschkent|
|DYING DATE||31. May 1877|