Russian Tsar Simeon Bekbulatovich

Russian Tsar Simeon Bekbulatovich

In the fall of 1575, Ivan Vasilyevich suddenly “stepped down from the throne,” losing it to the baptized Tatar “prince” Simeon Bekbulatovich for 11 months...
The heroic death of the post of St. Nicholas

The heroic death of the post of St. Nicholas

170 years since the Turkish army attacked the post of St. Nicholas. Most of the Russian-Gurian garrison died the death of the brave in an unequal battle...
How Israel Almost Used Nuclear Weapons

How Israel Almost Used Nuclear Weapons

70 years ago the Yom Kippur War ended. This conflict could go down in history as the first use of nuclear weapons since World War II...
Paraimos - the genocide that was forgotten

Paraimos - the genocide that was forgotten

Everyone is accustomed to the fact that one of the most terrible tragedies of World War II was the Holocaust or Shoah. But when there is no one to stand up for entire peoples, genocide can go unnoticed. That's exactly what happened with...
Battle of Nations. How the Allies crushed Napoleon's power

Battle of Nations. How the Allies crushed Napoleon's power

210 years ago, Napoleon's army was defeated by the allied armies of Russia, Austria, Prussia and Sweden. The Battle of Leipzig became the largest battle of the Napoleonic era and in world history before...
The tragedy of Georgy Gapon

The tragedy of Georgy Gapon

Georgy Gapon: November 9, 1905, emigration, return to Russia, murder by the Socialist Revolutionaries...
Operation Danube. Romanian view

Operation Danube. Romanian view

The transformation of Soviet-Romanian relations in the period after the Second World War and before the period we are considering, and even look a little further...