Name “Russia” as cover-up of Muscovy’s shameful history

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Starting 1240 Moscow became not just a vassal to Golden Horde, but a COLLECTOR of the tribute from the kindred people...

Harold Hardrada while serving as the commander of the Byzantine Varangian Guard, sent his...

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" When he was fifteen years old, in 1030, Harald fought in the Battle of Stiklestad together with his half-brother Olaf Haraldsson (later Saint Olaf)....

Anne of Kyiv became a Queen of France. By naming her first son and...

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Henry died on 4 August 1060. He is buried in the Basilica of Saint-Denis. Upon his death, Anne became queen regnant for her young...

Ukraine’s Stolen History, Stolen Culture, – The Atlantic Council

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Mykola Gogol, Volodymyr the Great, the Kyivan Rus, Anne of Kyiv—all of this is Ukrainian, but has long been skillfully...

Early Ukraine as part of Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. Heirs of Kyiv Rus

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Quotes below are from “The Reconstruction of Nations: Poland, Ukraine, Lithuania, Belarus, 1569-1999” by Yale Professor Dr. Timothy Snyder published in...

Gog and Magog of the Bible. Sviatoslav the Brave and the nation of Rosy....

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Old Testament, Book of Ezekiel, 38, 1-3. "And the word of the Lord came unto me, saying, Son of man, set...

Putin says Ukraine joined Russia in 1645 which is a multiple level lie. (Quotes...

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"Ukraine became part of the Russian Empire in 1645. Three regions, if we speak modern language: Kiev, Chernigov and current city...

John Steinbeck describes the ruins of Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra, St. Sophia and sarcophagus of Yaroslav...

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"We went from this little plaster city, so new that it has not even been built yet, to the ancient monastery...

Ukrainian Cossacks – the power of Freedom. (Quotes from a Harvard Professor’s book)

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It's Harvard Professor Serhii Plokhy this time with the book "The Gates of Europe: The History of Ukraine"   ("An indispensable guide to tragic history"...

In the 16th century a Ruthenian/Ukrainian woman was taken captive and brought to Istanbul...

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Born in Ruthenia (now Rohatyn, Ukraine) to a Ruthenian Orthodox priest, she was captured by Crimean Tatars during a slave raid and eventually taken via the Crimean slave trade to Istanbul, the Ottoman capital. She...

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