History of Russia Formally Know as USSR
The Russian identity can be traced back to the Middle Ages, first known as the Eastern Slavic kingdom, known as the Kiwan Rus and its religion is rooted in Byzantine Christianity which was adopted from Constantinople. Most Russian Orthodox Christians are.
History of Russia
Peter the Great have established the Russian Empire in 1721, although the Romanov dynasty had been in power since 1613. One of the most charismatic and powerful leaders of Russia, Peter built the foundation of the empire on a centralized political culture and promoted the “westernization” of the nation. As part of this effort, he moved the capital from the rich city of history to Moscow Service my St. Petersburg, a city built at a great expense & by a great effort of the Russian people. France and Italy from the best architects were involved in designing the city. St. Petersburg is known as Russia’s “window on the west” and adopted the etiquette and style of the royal courts of Western Europe, even to the point of adopting French as its preferred language.
The Russian Empire reached its peak during the late 18th and early 19th centuries, producing many colorful and illuminated figures such as Catherine the Great, Dostoevsky, Pushkin, and Tolstoy. By the late 19th century the political crisis came in rapid succession, accompanied by rebellion and its suppression. The occasional attempts by Romanov and the privileged classes to reform society and the state of the underclasses failed forever. Russia entered World War 1 in the Union of Triple Entente; Like other European empires with disastrous results for themselves. Queen Victoria’s granddaughter, Czar Nicholas II and his wife, proved to be immaculate, weak and distracted from the burden of personal tragedies and war. The government proved incapable of withdrawing the Russian revolutions of 1917.
Appointed and held under house arrest, Nicholas, Alexandra, and their children – and their accompanying Romanov dynasty – were consumed by bullets in a cellar in the Yekaterinburg manor house and buried in the dug grave which was later found and St. Paul’s And St. Petersburg was reborn in Peter’s Cathedral. Read About Germany
USSR After First World War
World War I halted the government and social institutions of Imperial Russia at the breaking point of the revolution in 1917. After a brief interim government led by social democrat Alexander Kerensky, the Bolshevik faction of the Communist Party under Marxist Vladimir Lenin seized power.
With the funds provided by the German establishment, Russia withdrew from the war, and began the purification of clerics, political dissidents. , Aristocracy, bourgeoisie, and wealthy independent peasants. A brutal civil war between the Communist leadership’s “Red Army” and the “White Army”, involving Britain, Britain’s largely foreign interventionists, Germany and France lasted until the late 1920s. The revolutionary state was not governed directly under the control of government officials, which was established in the name of the Union of the Soviet Socialist Republic (USSR). Protesting Lenin’s death in 1924, a power struggle was continuing between the Bolshevik leadership, with Joseph Stalin emerging as the new leader of the Communist Party and the USSR.
Russia After World war II
Nazi Germany invaded the USSR 1941nd of June 22, conquering most of Western Europe. The Great Patriotic War began for the USSR; Occupied Berlin after heavy fighting for successful Soviet Army campaigns on the Eastern Front. Hitler’s war on the USSR cost more than 27 million Soviet deaths, most of them civilian victims, and soldiers in dense land battles. After Stalin’s death in 1953, heavy industry and the military continued to grow.
USSR becomes first country to launch an artificial satellite into space
In October 1957 the USSR became the first country to launch an artificial satellite into space. Then in 1961 the first man (Yuri Gagarin) was sent to space. The Soviet Union reached its military, diplomatic and economic peak during the closing years of Leonid Brezhnev (1964–1982) But the growing slowdown in economic growth led to a crisis that eventually led Secretary-General Mikhail Gorbachev (1985–91) to lead Glasnost (openness) and Perestroika (economic change – literally: reconstruction). His initiative inadvertently went beyond his control to the released forces, triggering political movements that eventually devoured themselves in December 2014 of the Soviet Union.
Breakup of the Soviet Union
The Russian Federation emerged from the Soviet Union during the turbulent events of 1990–91. The first leader of the newly formed nation was Boris Yeltsin, who rose to power by standing up to an attempted put. The Yeltsin largely succeeded in transferring control over the country from the old Soviet elite to a newly formed cabinet of ministers. Yeltsin was a weak leader, but was widely supported by the West, although his government proved unstable. A wave of economic tightness devastated Russia’s economy and made the military weak and undisciplined. During this time, Russian society was plagued by organized crime and great instability with many people leaving the country.
History of Russia Timeline
Since the breakup of the Soviet Union, Russia has had some very strained relations with some former members of the USSR due to numerous regional and border disputes. Relations with Moldova in the Transnistria region have been poor, a largely pro-Russian enclave that intends to separate from Moldova. Read about Iran Country
Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia and Poland also have strained relations with Russia on many current issues. The recent conflict between Russia and Ukraine has also intensified tensions and speculation in these four countries, which makes Russia want to attack them.
Russia was earlier limited to Europe
Yavan and Ottoman traders came here in Russia in the 8th BCE, on the Black Sea and in the area north of the Caspian Sea, called Cynthia. After this, the Khazar Turks ruled here again by the Romans. The history of people of Russian descent begins from the time of the Eastern Slavs, who are said to have come from the north and west. The Slavic empire was at its peak from the third to the eighth century, by the time they had spread throughout West Russia. The Kiev state after 9th century is said to have belonged to its native people. In the 10th century, the people here accepted Christianity. Until the 11th century, the kingdom of Kiwi Russia was confined to Europe, which was completely shattered after the Mongol attacks in the 12th century. From 11th to 12th century, due to the attack of Mongols and other Tatar castes, people here were forced to move north. The mutual struggle continued till the 15th century and the expansion of Russia began after the rule of the Jars in the 16th century.
Rule of the Jars
Jars have great importance in the history of Russia because Russia expanded within the reigns of jars. Russia became stronger in the 17th century and by the 18th century became a powerful empire and expanded to the east. In the 18th century, colonies of Russia began to form. Meanwhile, Russia expanded to Mongolia and Japan. In the 19th century, Napoleon managed to survive the attacks of the Turks, but Russia could not make scientific progress the way it did in Western Europe.
The Russians gained some rights after the Russian Revolution after the defeat of Japan in 1905, but despite Russia’s success in World War I, public dissatisfaction resulted in the famous Russian Revolution of 2017 and the first February Revolution. Czar rule in Russia completely ended. While the October Revolution, the country’s system was dominated by the elected councils of workers and peasants, who were called Soviet. In this way the first socialist government in the world was formed under the leadership of Vladimir Lenin. Civil war between communists and non-communists has been going on for five years after which the Soviet Union was formed in 1922.
Recognized Abkhazia as an independent nation
In 2008, Russia was at war with Georgia over disputed areas of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, two largely pro-Russian regions that have absolutely nothing to do with the Georgian state. The people of South Ossetia intend to reunite their territory with North Ossetia in Russia, further complicating Georgian-Russian relations. After the war, Russia recognized South Ossetia and Abkhazia as independent nations, ending diplomatic relations between Russian and Georgia. History of Turkey
Russia Crimea Dispute
More recently in 2014, Russia is actively engaged in a conflict with neighboring Ukraine over the Crimea dispute, as well as considering the fact that pro-Russia intends to join several regions Read More about USA
Russia China Dispute
This case is related to a province in the far eastern part of Russia. Its name is – Pirmowski Cry. The capital of this Permosky cry is – Vladivostok. Vledivastok is Port City. It is located on the edge of ‘Sea of Japan’. Near the place where Russia, North Korea and China meet their borders. If you cross the border towards its west, then you will reach the Helongzang Province of China. The location of Vladivostok is very important. Towards its east, you will reach Canada, America, Mexico and further to Latin America by crossing Japan and North Pacific Ocean.
Geography of Russia
The Russian Republic to the west forms the plains of the European Volga River, the Ural Mountains (which form the border of Asia and Europe), the Caucasus mountain range in the southwest forming the main terrain of the European part. These areas are fertile and less cold than the plains in Asia, where the majority of the population resides. At the same time some fertile land, huge marshes, steppe plains and huge coniferous forests are spread in the central and southern part of this country. Most of the region of north and central Russia is called Siberia where the tundra climate progresses towards the Arctic Sea in the north. Siberia has mountain ranges from south to east where some active volcanoes exist. Baikal Lake is the deepest lake in the world, which is situated on the north side of these mountains. The Volga, Lena, Ob and Yenise are the major rivers of Russia.
Area of Russia
Spread over 17,125,200 square kilometers (6,612,100 sq mi), Russia has a population of 14.27 million. It is the 9th country in the world in terms of population. Christians (around 56%) and Islam (about 8%) are the highest people here. All the other people are people of different religions, of which a small part is also of those who do not believe in any religion. Russian is the only language spoken in Russia. Russia has a rich contribution in literature, science (especially space science), mathematics, cinema etc. Moscow, St. Peterburg, Novosibirsk, Yekaterinburg, Rostov, Vladivostok, Irkuts, Volgograd,
Women-Men Ratio in Russia
Russia is one of the superpower countries in the world, there are less men here, people live here the richest people. Alaskan mountain was already in Russia. Russia has evening in one part and day in part.
Why Russia so powerful?
Abundant natural resources exist, due to which it became one of the most powerful countries in the world. The enormous reserves of oil and natural gas and coal here (the highest in the world) provide energy to this country. Apart from this, Russia is also an exporter of many things in agriculture, grains, vegetables, fruits etc. Petroleum, coal, wood, metals, military equipment are the major products of Russia. It is a member of the world’s largest organizations, including the United Nations Security Council, the G20 Group, several economic organizations in Europe and Asia. Ruble is the currency here