December in Russian History

Calendar of Russian History
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1 December 1934. Politburo member Sergey Kirov is shot dead by Leonid Nikolaev in the Smolny Communist Party headquarters in Leningrad

1 December 1934. Politburo member Sergey Kirov is shot dead by Leonid Nikolaev in the Smolny Communist Party headquarters in Leningrad

2 December 1917. Russia and the Central Powers sign armistice that lead to the Brest-Litovsk Peace Treaty

2 December 1917. Russia and the Central Powers sign armistice that lead to the Brest-Litovsk Peace Treaty

3 December 1533. Tsar Vasily III of Russia dies

3 December 1533. Tsar Vasily III of Russia dies

4 December 1946. The First Moskvich 400 car is assembled in Moscow, the first full-production economy car

4 December 1946. The First Moskvich 400 car is assembled in Moscow, the first full-production economy car

5 December 1931. In Moscow, Cathedral of Christ the Saviour was demolished by Stalin’s orders to make room for the Palace of the Soviets, that was never completed

5 December 1931. In Moscow, Cathedral of Christ the Saviour was demolished by Stalin’s orders to make room for the Palace of the Soviets, that was never completed

6 December 1917. Finland declares independence from Russia

6 December 1917. Finland declares independence from Russia

7 December 1917. The Council of People’s Commissars issues a decree that gives birth to Cheka

7 December 1917. The Council of People’s Commissars issues a decree that gives birth to Cheka

8 December 1991. The leaders of Russia, Belarus and Ukraine sign an agreement that dissolves the Soviet Union establishing the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS)

8 December 1991. The leaders of Russia, Belarus and Ukraine sign an agreement that dissolves the Soviet Union establishing the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS)

9 December 1590. Tsar Fyodor I issues a decree that forbids peasants to change landlords around St George’s Day - a mayor step towards serfdom

9 December 1590. Tsar Fyodor I issues a decree that forbids peasants to change landlords around St George’s Day - a mayor step towards serfdom

10 December 2011. Mass protest at the Bolotnaya Square to protest Putin’s re-election

10 December 2011. Mass protest at the Bolotnaya Square to protest Putin’s re-election

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