‘The Tale of Igor’s Campaign’ is a Ukrainian epic about repelling Asiatic forces including...

Per Wikipedia, 'The Tale of Igor's Campaign' is an anonymous epic poem written in the Old East Slavic language. Britannica calls...

Future ‘Russians’ attacked Germany in the ranks of the Golden Horde in 1240’s

In the year 1254, King of France Louis IX sent an emissary to Batu Khan, who had his camp at the...

Russia always was Rotten Spot of Civilization

For people who think that the formation that calls itself "Russia" got bad only with midget Putin getting into office, or...

How Moscow Became Capital in 1327

Harvard academic Dr. Richard Pipes who specialized in Russian history described in his most famous book published almost 50 years ago,...

Mongolian slavery formed Muscovy-Russia, – Karl Marx

“The bloody mire of Mongolian slavery, not the rude glory of the Norman epoch, forms the cradle of Muscovy, and modern...

Stalin-Hitler similarities and joint aims in WWII

Harvard Professor Robert C. Tucker, a political scientist and historian in his second Stalin biography, Stalin in Power: The Revolution From Above:...

How Russia brought about World War Two

After World War I, the Treaty of Versailles limited the German Army number to 100 thousand men and forbade Germany from...

How Peter I of Russia capitulated to Turks: Pruth Campaign

After the Poltava defeat, the wounded Charles XII of Sweden and Hetman Mazepa of Ukraine stayed in Moldova which was under...

Hungary is shown its real “historic homeland”

With the start of Russia's war on Ukraine, the country of Hungary increased the sounds of its claims about its "Great...

Dostoyevsky on why Russians were perceived as barbarians in Europe: ‘Scratch a Russian and...

The quote is taken from The Diary of a Writer: "I have said that Russians are disliked in Europe. That they...

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