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History of Great Russia | The History of Russian

in this article, we will talk about the history of Russian the largest country on earth stretching from Norway to North Korea I bet he have a very interesting history let’s see it [Applause] it seems that tools from 1.5 million years ago were found on today’s Russia territory evidence of presence of modern humans were found dated to at least 40,000 years ago on today’s territory of Russia many cultures tribes and migrators existed the early East labs gradually settled.

History of Great Russia  The History of Russian

in western Russia from the 7th century onwards East Slavs continued to exist in the western Russia and slowly but peacefully they assimilated many tribes the history of Russia begins with the Slavs of the East the traditional beginning of Russian history is 862 AD the first United Eastern Slavic state was founded in 1882 in the 9th century the Vikings began to venture along the waterways from the eastern Baltic to the Black and Caspian Seas a Viking was elected.

as the ruler of the ruse the most important city they had here was give that’s why the rules are known as the kiev in ruse the language they used to as a proto Slavic one which evolved in the next centuries in the Russian and Ukrainian languages we know today Christianity was adopted in 988 from the Byzantine Empire in the time of the Vladimir the first Javanese had broken up into regional power centers internal divisions made the situation worse Kevin ruse disintegrated.

as a state due to the Mongol invasions in 1237 1242 that of about half the population of ruse as a result in 1237 but who can a grandson of changes can launch an invasion into Kevin roots from his capital on the lower Volga at present-day Kazan over the next year’s the Mongols or Tatars destroyed all the major cities of Kiev in ruse would exception of Novgorod and the regional princes were forced to send tribute to Tatars which will be known lately.

as the Golden Horde the danger for the Russian kingdoms was coming from the west as well the Swedes and then the livonian brothers tried to invade them but the invaders were defeated by prince of novgorod the Grand Duchy of Moscow was established in 1283 the Duchy was a vassal of the Golden Horde until 48 see what the power of the Mongols was declining the territory had greatly expanded in the 15th century the grand princes of Moscow continued to consolidate.

the Russian land to increase the population and wealth as others European empires Russians did see themselves as the successor of the Roman Empire the fall of Constantinople and the death of the last Greek Orthodox Christian Emperor continued to this new idea of Moscow as the new Rome refusing further three bills to the Tatars Ivan the third started a series of attacks that opened the way for the complete defeat and declining of the Golden Horde.

in his period Ivan the third tripled the territory of his state ended the dominance of the Golden Horde over ruse and laid the foundation of the Russian state the tsardom of Russia starts in 1547 with even the Terrible in 1580 Russians went to East conquering the cannon of sabirah an expanded east of the Ural Mountains the unexplored land was named Siberia after the name of sabir an instability period with civil wars and foreign intervention existed during.

the period known as the Time of Troubles in February 1630 with instability ended and the poles expelled from Moscow a National Assembly elected Michael as the Tsar of Russia establishing the Romanov dynasty which will last until 1917 by 1650 Russians reached the border of China and the coast of the Pacific Ocean due to the large antiquated area of Siberia which was easy to conquer while it was populated but with few people organized.

The History of Russian

The History of Russian

in tribes and many of them seeing Russians as an opportunity for trades Poland was the main rival of Russians in that time and the Russians managed to defeat the Polish in a war annexing some provinces in gaining Smolensk and Kiev Peter the Great is one of the most known czars of Russia Peter loved Europe there he textured the way of living the way of building ships and even new ways of dressing were implemented into Russia so Peter had a major role.

in bringing his country into the European state system the Russian coast was in the north and in the Far East and by knowing that Peter tried to take new lands on the coast the first military forts were against the Ottoman Empire his aim was to establish a Russian foothold on the Black Sea by taking the town of Azov his attention then turned to the north against Sweden dreaming about having a port on the Baltic Sea and 1699.

a secret alliance was made with the polish-lithuanian Commonwealth and Denmark against Sweden resulting in the great northern war the war ended in 1721 with the victory of Russia the Tsar had founded a city that was to became the Russia’s new capital today st. Petersburg in celebration of his conquests Peter assumed the title of Emperor and the Russian Tsar Dom officially became the Russian Empire in 1721.

the process of becoming more european was considered by catherine the great wisdom expert scientists and engineers were brought in his time catherine successfully waged war against the ottoman empire and expanded russia more to the Black Sea then behind Australia at the partition of Poland Lithuania started the revolution in France was not a good sign for Russia in the period of Napoleonic Wars Russia became from neutral peacemaker certainty Napoleon.

so an ally of Napoleon and then fourteen against Napoleon in 1812 the invasion of Russia was a failure for Napoleon which captured Moscow but the Russian Tsar Alexander the first refused to set peace with lack of supplies food and the cold of the winter French armies retreated and then in 1815 Napoleon was defeated Alexander became known as the savior of Europe he was an important man in redrawing the map of Europe at the Congress of Vienna.

Russians wanted more and more land becoming stronger and stronger this led to another russo-turkish war where France and Great Britain supported the Ottoman Empire in the Crimean War during the next years of the 19th century Russian expanded into Central Asia China and Alaska another important war with the Ottomans will happen in 1877 to 1878.

 of Great Russia  The History of Russian

when the Russians defeated the Ottomans with the help of Serbians Romanians and Bulgarians in the following decades reforms were made in attempt to open the economy and the political system but a source refused to relinquish all Socratic rule in 1904 the russo-japanese War started due to rival imperial ambitions in Manchuria and Korea Russia was a strong military and Japan was just any industrialized country.

the war wasn’t seen as a good thing by the Russian public and a high risk of rebellion existed after battles in Manchuria Japan won this was a huge morale booster for the Japanese and with high negative effects for the Russian Empire the triple-n’s hunt was created in 1907 between Russia France and Great Britain after disagreement the balance of power existed.

in Europe between this group and the Triple Alliance the World War one started in 1914 after austria-hungary declared war on Serbia – to the killing of Franz Ferdinand Russia had good relations with Serbians seeing them as their little flab brothers of the south they enter on the Serbian side and in a blink of an eye the two moiety summits were at war except Italy Russians gain some land in Galicia but the Germans attacks in the north created difficulties for more than two years.

the war is in the favor of the Central Powers and in 1970 the Russian revolutions happened in February and then in October that Tsar was executed and the new government led by Vladimir Lenin was established instability was on the rise as well as the communism the war was won by the unsent in the end the new revolutionary country struggled to increase its stability and to organize.

in the period of Joseph Stalin huge projects were created but by force exhausting work and mass killing when the war was kicking to the door again in the late 1930s USSR and Germany signed the molotov-ribbentrop pact which ensured the Soviet Union some territories of the former Russian Empire by 1940 the country expanded by annexing half of pawns Baltic States parts of Finland in Romania between 1941 and 1945.

the Soviet Union fought a massive war against Germany the red armies were pushed back to Leningrad Moscow and Stalingrad but the Russians managed to build huge industries in the Ural Mountains region and in today’s Kazakhstan opening a mass offensive against German forces and by night of May 1945 their enemies surrendered after the world the Soviet Union and the on line is divided Europe the Warsaw treaty was created in 1955.

as a response against NATO the Cold War existed from that time to 1991 the Soviet Union was volt in the Korean War missile crisis in Cuba I saw in the invasion of Czechoslovakia and Afghanistan the USSR ended in 1991 as well we the whole Eastern communist bloc the Union broke up in 60 republics former Soviet republics the new Russian Federation chose the older Russian flag in the 1990s.

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Russia suffered an economic collapse and in the Yale team regime Russia came close to a serious civil conflict but a real conflict happened in their territory known today as a Chechen Wars Russia started to be more stable and to have economic growth after the year 2000 when Vladimir Putin came in switching between the role of president and prime minister in 2014 Russia annexed Crimea from Ukraine saying that Crimea is a Russian land due to their history today Russia is still large a country with 144 million people with a pretty low GDP per capita but with a large military force.

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