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Photo: Nikolas II and Wilhelm II in Bjork, 1905 Russia-Germany. Collective Memory Milestones in 18-20 centuries three volume book presentation took place in Moscow on June, 9th, Izvestia Nespaper informs. Standardized teaching aid on the history was issued by the Institute of World History, Russian Academy of Sciences and...

09.07.2019 Subject: History

Photo credit: wikipedia.org International expedition operating in Smolensk discovered the remains of an officer who could have been Napoleon’s associate, RIA Novosti reports. According to the Vice-President of Russian-French Historical Initiatives Development Fund Maria Katasonova, it is highly likely that we are talking about General Gudin. ...

09.07.2019 Subject: History

Photo: newsbuzz.ru Documents from the archives of the Russian Foreign Ministry have been published  on the History. RF website. The historical materials help to find out how what was happening in the political world before the start of World War II. The documents reveal the efforts that the leadership of the Soviet Union put...

06.07.2019 Subject: History

Photo credit: © Russian Embassy in Greece A monument to Russian sailors who took part in the peacekeeping mission at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries is installed on Crete at the city cemetery of Rethymnon, RIA Novosti reports. The names of Russians and their families are stamped on the monument. The initiative was taken by Costas Paduvas, a...

24.06.2019 Subject: History

Photo: ugpressa.ru Russian scientists, who conduct archaeological excavations in the territory of ancient Jericho, have managed to find a trace of the Romans in the location, ugpressa.ru reports. They found a ceramics workshop on the territory of the Russian Museum and Park Complex, where houses for Russian pilgrims in...

18.06.2019 Subject: History


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