July in Russian History

Calendar of Russian History
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1 July 1963. British diplomat Kim Philby is confirmed to have been a Soviet spy

1 July 1963. British diplomat Kim Philby is confirmed to have been a Soviet spy

2 July 1989. Foreign Minister of Soviet Union, Andrey Gromyko, dies at the age of 80

2 July 1989. Foreign Minister of Soviet Union, Andrey Gromyko, dies at the age of 80

3 July 1944. Minsk is liberated from Nazi control by the Red Army during Operation Bagration

3 July 1944. Minsk is liberated from Nazi control by the Red Army during Operation Bagration

4 July 1610. Time of Troubles: Polish-Lithuanian army secures a decisive victory over Russia at the Battle of Klushino

4 July 1610. Time of Troubles: Polish-Lithuanian army secures a decisive victory over Russia at the Battle of Klushino

5 July 1802. Admiral Pavel Nakhimov is born

5 July 1802. Admiral Pavel Nakhimov is born

6 July 1796. Emperor Nicholas I is born

6 July 1796. Emperor Nicholas I is born

7 July 1807. Peace Treaty of Tilsit is signed between Napoleon and tsar Alexander I

7 July 1807. Peace Treaty of Tilsit is signed between Napoleon and tsar Alexander I

8 July 1944. The order of Mother Heroine - to the mother of 10 - is established to boost the declining birthrate

8 July 1944. The order of Mother Heroine - to the mother of 10 - is established to boost the declining birthrate

9 July 1903. Joseph Stalin is exiled to Novaya Uda village in Siberia for three years

9 July 1903. Joseph Stalin is exiled to Novaya Uda village in Siberia for three years

10 July 1984. Andrey Tarkovsky announces his decision to seek asylum in Italy

10 July 1984. Andrey Tarkovsky announces his decision to seek asylum in Italy

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