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Articles about russia

Travel & Places
by askformore
6 years ago
Cool Spots to Visit in Russia

One of the reasons that people like to go to Russia is because it is such an exotic location. Russia is a huge Country and there is no way you can explore the entire area with one vacation. Although you may think you can see a lot of Russia on one trip you really cannot. You may be able to see a lot; hover, the amount you get to see versus the entire size of Russia will be a truly miniscule amount. Regardless of where you go in Russia there are some things you should try and see. If you get a chance to visit Russia then you should definitely capitalize on that and visit Russia. Here are some cool spots to visit in Russia.

Travel & Places
by LoveSpaces
9 years ago
Russia

The Varied Customs, Traditions and Rich History of the Russian People

Russia is a country full of life, vast stretches of land, wonderful divergence, and equally interesting people. From east to west, it spans 9000 kilometers long and from north to south, it...

History
by Scroobal
8 years ago
The road to war - Russo-Japanese War (Immediate causes)

The road to war - Russo-Japanese War (Immediate causes)

History
by Scroobal
8 years ago
Russo-Japanese War (Russia's view)

Russia's view of the Russo-Japanese War

History
by Kaden01
9 years ago
The Soviet Experiment, part three

Mikhail Gorbachev, ascended to the position of General Secretary of the Soviet Union in 1985. It was during this historical period that U.S. - U.S.S.R. hostilities were thickening. In the United States, Roland Reagan was framing an arguement through pop culture films, such as Rocky...

History
by MatthewA
3 years ago
Germany's Involvement in World War One

Germany's involvement in World War One was significant in both Western and Eastern Europe. The Germans had the strongest military of their alliance, and indeed perhaps the rest of Europe. As such, their alliance, which included Austria-Hungary and Ottoman Turkey, almost entirely depended on German military support. Upon the outbreak...

Health
by Amerowolf
7 years ago
Krokodil, the Designer Drug Turning Junkies into Corpses

A new designer drug, Krokodil or crocodile, is sweeping the streets of Russia quicker and quicker. Not only is it catching on in drug crowds, but it's killing them off. krokodil is referred to a morphines' 'dirty cousin' and is favored because it's cheap ingredients and simple cooking process.  

History
by mstopka
5 years ago
Crisis in Ukraine: Start of World War III ?

The current conflict in Ukraine has its roots in the conflict in Georgia in 2008. After that conflict the world leaders did nothing to stop Putin's ambitions to bring back Russia's sphere of influence. Does the current conflict have the potential to escalate into an open war between Russia and the rest of Europe?

Entertainment
by Ernie
9 years ago
A 2 Dollar Article On Russia- What Cheap Outsourcing Can look Like

There are may places you can outsource articles to. You can get vey cheap articles that are actually well written. You may have to hire and fire a few writers until you find a Filipino or Indian who can write quality cheaply. If you do not research out...

History
by MrRooibos
6 years ago
Blood and Iron: The Rise of Prussia (Part 3)

A look at the rise of Prussia with focus on the balance of power in Europe and the Austro-Prussian War.

History
by Scroobal
8 years ago
Russo-Japanese War (Japan's view)

Japan's view of the Russo-Japanese War

History
by Scroobal
8 years ago
The road to war - Russo-Japanese War (Russia's perspective)

The road to war - Russo-Japanese War (Russia's perspective)

History
by Kaden01
6 years ago
The World of Catherine the Great

Born in Stettin Prussia in 1729, Sophia would become Russia's premier female ruler and arbiter of an enlightened monarchy. Crowned Empress Catherine II of Russia, she would eventually add the suffix of Great to her name by her death in 1796 and it would fall to her grandson to press back against Enlightened France during the Napoleonic Wars.

Travel & Places
by Christopher D. Brown
6 years ago
5 Minute Facts About Georgia

Georgia is a country located near the border of the Asian and European continents and has checkered history with some of its neighbours.

History
by DubeluWriter
4 years ago
Kaliningrad: How Important Is It To Russia?

After World war II, Poland and the Soviet Union changed their borders. Today, Kaliningrad is part of Russia. Will Poland allow this territory to become militarized in an unprecedented manner?

History
by R Morgan
7 years ago
RUSSIA: VIEWS OF AND FROM THE WEST AND EAST

Russia's Perpetual struggle with its identity has been summed up in modern times as a battle between Asiatics and Eurasianist's. Russia takes its identity from both schools of thought, from its past as a Mongol tribute and as a Modern European Power.

History
by Kaden01
6 years ago
Pugachev's Rebellion

Catherine the Great's reign of Russia was widely known as one of the greatest periods of Russian expansion.  However, not everyone enjoyed her reign and many in the rural out-lands despised the monarch.  Find out who these people were and what motivated them to rebel against Catherine in 1773.  

Travel & Places
by Daniel J.
6 years ago
Preparing for Your First Time Travelling to Russia

Russia is a strange and beautiful land of contrast and paradox unlike any other in the world. This article provide some tips, tricks, and survival skills for those brave enough to travel to Russia. I discuss Russian culture, food and drink, and how to make the best of a trip to Russia.

Lifestyle
by N B Swartz
6 years ago
The Fall of America

In 1997 we witnessed the end of the British Empire, in 1923 the Ottoman Empire and in 1917 the fall of the Russian Empire. All throughout history even the great Empires of Persia, Kahn and Rome have all eventually crumbled under the weight of their own bureaucracy, decadence or unwillingness to adapt. This leads many to wonder; how will the American Empire fall?

Technology
by JudyE
8 years ago
Horses of the World - The Don

The Don is a Russian breed. The Don and the Orlov Trotter are the only two breeds native to Russia that are still surviving. It is incredibly tough and is becoming increasingly popular as an endurance horse.

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