Marx considered Russia as the gendarme of Europe, and we teachers put up… And hto are we then???

Karl Marx: England did Russia in the XVIII century power


Karl Marx is in 1856, working in the library of the British Museum, came upon a collection of documents on the relations between England and Russia in the eighteenth century and argued that the British policy contributed to the creation and strengthening of the Russian Empire. England needed a policeman on the Baltic sea, and they took the role of Russia. Russia “threw” England, when he refused to fight for her against the rebel States. This “kidok” determined policy of England against Russia in the XIX century.
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Reconstruction of a part of the event 18th-19th centuries, part 2

It seems that the first part missed a part of the event. Here complement.


I remind you that even the shifts are not arbitrary – for them is a serious statistic.
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“Kolchak – the double agent,” said Colonel E. M. house, American politician, councillor Wilson

Original taken from aloban75 in “Kolchak – double agent,” said Colonel E. M. house, American politician, councillor Wilson

Reconstruction of a part of the event 18th-19th centuries part 1

Immediately warn you: don’t need to comment, could not answer.


It’s still a virus but strange – introduced, probably via LJ (here I’ve entered).
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Animals on the ships of the sailing era

Original taken from p_i_f in Animals on the ships of the sailing era

Живность на кораблях парусной эпохи


If modern man got on a military ship XVIII century, located in the long voyage, – he would quite likely have thought it was Noah’s ark. According to the British historian Roger, “it just so happened that the British Navy of the eighteenth century has combined the discipline and efficiency of a warship with a Playground, farm yard, circus and amusement Park”. Ships of the sailing era was inhabited by a variety of denizens of the animal world. Some sailors stole food, others themselves became a part of the ship menu and third were taken on Board for the sake of resale.
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"Ensure" round ships Admiral Popov

Original taken from masterok in “Popovka” round ships Admiral Popov

Yes. Oh how I just just seen in the Internet, but when I saw this model I thought what an imagination someone! It also had to make such a miracle ship from a science fiction movie. And even after post about Bielany — Russian wooden aircraft carrier and I could not imagine that it is quite a real warship. Let’s learn the history of the round ships Popova.
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Budget the cost of the workers of Russia in the late XIX – early XX centuries.

Original taken from aloban75 in the Budget the cost of the workers of Russia in the late XIX – early XX centuries.

INTERESTING

Original taken from arpadhaizy in INTERESTING

but remember the stories about the MOAI ( the huge sculpture) went?


Thor Heyerdahl put forward the theory that the forests of Easter island the natives brought for what would be on rollers made of logs to get the statue in place
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Prophecy about England, Germany and France.

Original taken from detonator666 in Prophecy about England, Germany and France.

June 1, 2013


The prophecies of the sibyl Eritrean. From the book “the Prophecies of the book of the King”. From “Whole”, 2012
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