January in Russian History

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1 January Major monetary reform takes place in Soviet Union as old banknotes are replaced with new ones in ratio of High School Students, Student Learning, Soviet Union, History, January, Historia, History Activities

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We help college and high school students learn history more efficiently by providing short authoritative video courses powered by scientists. This website tells the History of Russia in 100 Minutes.

2 January Vedomosti, the first Russian printed newspaper comes out on orders of Peter the Great Peter The Great, Newspaper, Russia, January, Printed, History, Historia, History Activities, Magazine

Russia Under Peter the Great | Smart History of Russia

A brief history of Peter the Great. Peter I of Russia is best known for reforms. Peter the Great accomplishments dragged Russia out of the Middle Ages.

3 January START II, the Second Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty, is signed by George Bush and Boris Yeltsin in Moscow Cold War, Moscow, Russia, Two By Two, January, Arms, History, Vietnam War, Historia

Russia Under Yeltsin | Smart History of Russia

Boris Yeltsin's reign was probably the hardest time for Russian civilians after the war. The "shock therapy" economic reforms pushed Russia into chaos and

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Summary of Elizabeth of Russia. Empress Elizabeth successfully continued her father Peter the Great's policy. Peter The Great, Russia, January, History, Historia, History Activities

Elizabeth of Russia | Smart History of Russia

Summary of Elizabeth of Russia. Empress Elizabeth successfully continued her father Peter the Great's policy. She set new standards for European courts.

6 January A prominent writer and one of the founders of Russian dissident movement, Vladimir Bukovsky, is sentenced for "anti-Soviet propaganda" High School Students, Student Learning, Sentences, Einstein, Writer, January, History, Frases, Writers

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7 January Russia cuts off gas flow to Southeastern Europe through Ukraine for 23 days in a gas dispute over the alleged debt of billion to Gazprom High School Students, Student Learning, Debt, Ukraine, Flow, Russia, January, Europe, History

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8 January Stalin’s close associate and Khrushchev’s bitter rival, Georgy Malenkov is born Bitter, January, History, Historia, History Activities

Georgy Malenkov | Smart History of Russia

Statesman. Malenkov was the universally acknowledged successor of Stalin. He took over Stalin's post as a Premiere, but was then completely outwitted and

9 January The signing of the Treaty of Jassy ends the Russo-Turkish War of Armada, High School Students, Student Learning, War, January, Painting, Turkish Army, Army Soldier, Enemies

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10 January 1916 WWI: Russia defeats the Ottoman Empire in the Erzerum Offensive Ottoman Bench, Treaty Of Versailles, Million Men, Fabric Ottoman, Ottoman Empire, World War I, Wwi, Russia

Russia in World War I | Smart History of Russia

Summary of Russia in WW1. Why did Russia enter WW1? Deaths in WW1 reach up to 1.7 million men who died, of all the 12 million men that were mobilized.

11 January Trotsky is deported to Alma-Ata for a year by Stalin before ultimately being banished from the Soviet Union Conductors, Soviet Union, Revolution, January, History, Revolutions, Historia, History Activities

Leon Trotsky | Smart History of Russia

Summary of Lev Trotsky. Trotsky was the most charismatic and popular man after Lenin. He was the military conductor of the October Revolution and the Civil War.

12 January Mikhail Speransky is born January, Calendar, History, Life Planner, Historia, History Activities

Mikhail Speransky | Smart History of Russia

Summary of Mikhail Speransky, the statesman. He was czar Alexander I's most influential advisor. He prepared social liberal reforms that were not realized.

13 January Soviet troops attack a peaceful mass-protest in Vilnius Lithuania killing 14 and wounding over 1000 My Father, Fathers, High School Students, Student Learning, Troops, Lithuania, History, Reading, January

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14 January The first failed assassination attempt on Lenin takes place as Fritz Platten saves Lenin from death High School Students, Student Learning, January, Death, History, Movie Posters, Historia, History Activities, Film Posters

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15 January Russian poet Osip Mandelstam is born Russian Poets, High School Students, Student Learning, January, History, Historia, History Activities

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Ivan the Terrible, part I Sergei Eisenstein) / Cinematography by Andrei Moskvin, Eduard Tisse (exteriors) Film Stills, Battleship, Cinematography, I Movie, The Darkest, Exterior, History, Composition, Movie Posters

Ivan the Terrible | Smart History of Russia

Summary of Ivan Grozny. Ivan the Terrible was the most powerful among the tsars of Russia. Ivan IV expanded Russia's territory and killed many boyars.