The revolt of the Decembrists. If you do not believe in the official version …

Original taken from masterok in the Decembrist Uprising. If you do not believe in the official version …

Almost done post threads yet February orders. This is the ninth and penultimate on account the theme of the final ten. Volunteers for the disclosure in the post the second ten is practically not found, but the authors can, in principle, to present them in the next vote.
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Unknown Empire

Original taken from koparev in the Unknown Empire

Original taken from koparev in the Unknown Empire

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Tsarist Russia in the XIII – XVIII centuries. was a great Empire, its wealth and power surpassing all other countries.


In 1719, Andrey Konstantinovich Nartov was sent to London to familiarize themselves with British equipment and for the invitation English masters. From London Nartov wrote to the King that in England the masters, which could exceed Russian masters, no. Nartov visited Paris. There he shared some of the secrets of the lathe business with the Duke of Orleans, who considered himself a Turner fan, but all the secrets fully reveal he was not going to.
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The history of all troubles of Russia…

Sincesome years ago the Russian and Chinese capital created by the fed. It’s time to pay the debts


Original taken from cycyron in a Hundred years ago the Russian and Chinese capital created by the fed. It’s time to pay the debts

No. 2 (443) from 22 Jan 2015 [“arguments of the Week “, Alexander CHUIKOV

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These different “A”

Original taken from begemotoff in Such a different “A”

It’s not just about the first letter of the alphabet, and those cases where it was proved to be the first letter of the August name, and as such became part of the Imperial monogram. With modernization known to stretch the monogram could be called “Royal logo”. Although the essential scope of the Imperial symbolism was not Commerce, but the army — banners of its regiments, and shoulder straps of its soldiers.


Historically, the most common letter in the monogram of the Russian army was. About her and will talk, and for simplicity restrict ourselves mainly to the last period of the reign.
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