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The largest country in the world, spanning territory from the eastern edge of Europe to Siberia in northern Asia.

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Moscow bacame a capital of Vladimir-Suzdal pricipality. Even after the throne was moved to Moscow, still for a long time the formal capital remained Vladimir. The princes went to Vladimir for a corona …
answered Dec 26 '11 by Anixx
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There was a serious drop in GDP. The following graphic shows drop in GDP per captia for Russian Federation (not the USSR): Passengers transported by civil air transport (RSFSR compared to Russia … citizens for Russian Federation: For a longer period: There was an increase in crime rate (red=murders, green=drugs-related crimes): Number of drugs addicts: Growth in tuberculosis rate (red=Russia, green=Ukraine): Average wage in kilograms of potatoes: …
answered Mar 27 '13 by Anixx
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Many sources on the internet support it. For example, here it is claimed that they were chained, put in stocks and in towns they were kept in prisons, so many of them died in the way. Yet these facts …
answered Mar 11 '13 by Anixx
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government of Ichkeria, so factually they did not want and could not be independent. Their criminal economy was heavily dependent on that of Russia. The non-Chechen population was expelled from Chechnya and …
answered Feb 14 '12 by Anixx
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The chances are minuscule: there were very little Jews in Russia in 17th century. Russia acquired major Jewish population only in the second half of 18th century with incorporation of Poland. So … those ancestors could be Jewish, from Europe, but I very doubt they were from Russia. Maybe from Eastern Europe, but hardly from Russia. …
answered Feb 12 '17 by Anixx
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The USSR was created in 1922 so the first one for sure cannot be from 1918. The cited first article of the constitution belongs to the constitution of 1936. The image clearly attributes it to the cons …
answered Feb 19 '12 by Anixx
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know that at some stage there was quite widespread slavery at least in Kievan Rus. Given this I wonder when slavery went out of use and was formally abolished in Russia? …
asked Nov 2 '14 by Anixx
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In 1960 a US plane has been shot down in the Soviet air space: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1960_U-2_incident
answered Nov 26 '15 by Anixx
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Russky bridge is a bridge to a sparsely populated Russky island in the Far East whose construction started in 2008 and completed in 2012. It is the world's largest cable-stayed bridge, the 1104 m long …
asked Oct 19 '12 by Anixx
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One can consider Boris Godunov who was elected by the Land Assembly in 1598. Yet he already was at power at the time, only wanted to formalize it. It is possible though that the first tsar to b …
answered Sep 28 '16 by Anixx
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There is a theory that Crimean Karaites descended from Khazars. It was the official version in the USSR. The objections are those that their religion differ even though still a variant of Judaism and …
answered Nov 29 '12 by Anixx
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No, it is not needed. I think you better should read the history of Marxism and about the Great French Revolution. If you want to deepen in history, you can start from the Commune of Rome (1144).
answered Feb 6 '13 by Anixx
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Belorussia means "White Russia" in Russian. Rus' (the final consonant should be soft) is the ancient name of the East Slavic state centered around Kiev. Belarus thus can be interpreted as "White Rus …
answered May 13 '12 by Anixx
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It seems to me that many Russian nationalists and neo-paganists currently believe that swastika was a Solar symbol or a symbol of fortune in ancient Slavic folklore. There are multiple paintings by n …
asked Aug 5 '12 by Anixx
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Caucasus, Central Asia, during conquest of Kazan and Siberia, etc. If you want a thing that is politically similar to the Black Legend accusations, that is demonizing Russia, the most of accusations … against Russia are centered around Stalin's time and early Soviet times. These include Accusations of cruel repressions against some ethnicities during WWII (Tatars, Chechens, Baltic peoples). Accusations …
answered Oct 17 '17 by Anixx

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