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The Issue With Russian History By Anatoly Fomenko, Gleb Nosovskiy
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NASA research of Earth-Moon mechanics by astrophysicist Robert Newton leads mathematicians of MSU to a breakthrough in the chronology of civilization and Russia. 'The Issue With Russian History'... More > shows you Russia at the crossroads of East and West. Russian history in its present state is a fiction written by German historians hired by Herr P.Romanov, alias Peter I, alias Peter the Great. Germans rewrote Russian history with insult: in their version, the founders of Russian State became Normans from Sweden. Russians allegedly invited them because they were so savage that could not properly rule themselves. To improve culture, Norman-Russian Prince Vladimir invited Greek monks from Byzantine and baptized everybody into Christianity in Dniepr River. To add injury, German historians injected the myth of "Mongol" occupation of Russia. Mongols burned Kiev, the capital, to the ground, etc., etc. Russians humbly endured the Mongol yoke for 200 years, and German myth about it for the next 500.< Less
RUSSIAN IN ARIZONA: A History of Its Teaching By Lee B Croft et al.
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This is a history of the teaching of Russian in the State of Arizona. It attempts to describe the efforts of EVERYONE who has EVER taught Russian ANYWHERE in the State of Arizona, as well as the... More > subsequent fates of hundreds of their Arizona students of Russian. Over 1600 teachers and students are mentioned.< Less
Aurora: An Illustrated History of the Russian Cruiser By James Shneer
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The Russian cruiser Aurora, launched in 1900, fought in the Russo-Japanese War, and is probably most famous for her role in the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917. This book is a comprehensive history of... More > the vessel and is illustrated with about 3 dozen drawings and photographs.< Less
Aurora: An Illustrated History of the Russian Cruiser By James Shneer
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The Russian cruiser Aurora, launched in 1900, fought in the Russo-Japanese War, and is probably most famous for her role in the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917. This book is a comprehensive history of... More > the vessel and is illustrated with about 3 dozen drawings and photographs.< Less
Russian in Arizona By Lee B Croft et al.
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This is a history of the teaching of Russian in the State of Arizona. It attempts to describe the efforts of EVERYONE who has EVER taught Russian ANYWHERE in the State of Arizona, as well as the... More > subsequent fates of hundreds of their Arizona students of Russian.< Less
Russian in Arizona By Lee B Croft et al.
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This is a history of the teaching of Russian in the State of Arizona. It attempts to describe the efforts of EVERYONE who has EVER taught Russian ANYWHERE in the State of Arizona, as well as the... More > subsequent fates of hundreds of their Arizona students of Russian.< Less
Russian Roots By Marina Brierley
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This is an epic family history about refugees from Stalin’s regime of terror. Full of historical detail on Russia and China, the story follows the flight of two families. One a prosperous clan... More > of merchants, the other ambitious peasants; their lives entwine over many years. Their first destination is China, where the ‘White Russians’ preserve their culture in the volatile cosmopolitan city of Shanghai in the 1930’s and 40’s. Forced to flee Communism again after Mao’s victory, they enjoy a tropical interlude in the Philippines before finding safer havens in Australia and America. The story comes full circle with the demise of the USSR and the rediscovery of family links that had been torn asunder. Rival political ideologies are explored unflinchingly and the story ends with hope for the future of the émigrés’ descendents. Most no longer consider themselves Russian but the history of their ‘roots’ remains a compelling story, not only for them, but for anyone fascinated with the past.< Less
Russian Roots By Marina Brierley
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This is an epic family history about refugees from Stalin’s regime of terror. Full of historical detail on Russia and China, the story follows the flight of two families. One a prosperous clan... More > of merchants, the other ambitious peasants; their lives entwine over many years. Their first destination is China, where the ‘White Russians’ preserve their culture in the volatile cosmopolitan city of Shanghai in the 1930’s and 40’s. Forced to flee Communism again after Mao’s victory, they enjoy a tropical interlude in the Philippines before finding safer havens in Australia and America. The story comes full circle with the demise of the USSR and the rediscovery of family links that had been torn asunder. Rival political ideologies are explored unflinchingly and the story ends with hope for the future of the émigrés’ descendents. Most no longer consider themselves Russian but the history of their ‘roots’ remains a compelling story, not only for them, but for anyone fascinated with the past.< Less
Russian Navy Handbook: History and Modern Situation By IBP USA
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Russian Navy Handbook: History and Modern Situation
Russian Navy Handbook: History and Modern Situation By IBP USA
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Russian Navy Handbook: History and Modern Situation