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Muscovy-Russia paid tribute to Crimean Khans until the Treaty of Constantinople was signed in...

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The Treaty of Constantinople was concluded on 13 July 1700. The Tsardom of Russia and the Ottoman Empire agreed on a truce...

Russia’s attempts to destroy Ukraine in the past 300 years

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True reason behind this hatred > < Real nature of the Muscovites and glimpse into their history

Russia should be renamed back to Muscovy, Ukraine insists

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Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova made a propaganda statement about the transformation of Ukraine into “anti-Russia.“The man in the bunker...

Anthropology of Indigenous ‘Russians’. A. Uvarov’s excavations of Meryan settlements near Moscow

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Starting in 1851, Count Aleksey Uvarov, a Russian archeologist often considered to be the founder of the study of the prehistory of...

Muscovy-Russia on the map of the Mongolian Empire

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Ex-Mongolian Leader Shares Empire Map to Mock Putin's Ukraine Claims Putin has relied on historical borders to argue Ukraine is part of...

Forensic facial reconstruction of the ‘Russian’ ruler Andrey Bogolyubsky who allegedly destroyed Kyiv in...

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Forensic facial reconstruction was made by famous Soviet archaeologist and anthropologist Mikhail Gerasimov. Among some 200 faces Gerasimov reconstructed are also the...

‘Ukraine or the Cossacks Land’ map of 1720

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The map was made by a famous German geographer and cartographer Johann Baptist Homann. The map is valuable not just because it...

‘Kremlin’ derives from Tartar word for fortress

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British traveler of the 18th century Dr. Clarke sounded very confident describing the etymology of the word 'Kremlin'. In his bestselling...

‘Ignorant, superstitious, cunning, brutal, barbarous, dirty, mean’ – Dr. Clarke’s description of Russians 200...

“They are all, high and low, rich and poor, alike servile to superiors; haughty and cruel to their dependents; ignorant, superstitious,...

History of Rus-Ukraine, history of Muscovy-Russia

The "Gardariki, Ukraine" e-book below explains why it is so.

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