March in Russian History

Calendar of Russian History
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1 March 1950. Klaus Fuchs is convicted of spying for the Soviet Union and supplying to them top secret data about atomic bomb

1 March 1950. Klaus Fuchs is convicted of spying for the Soviet Union and supplying to them top secret data about atomic bomb

4 March 1238. The Battle of the Sit River is fought between the Mongol Hordes of Batu Khan and Yuri II of Vladimir-Suzdal

4 March 1238. The Battle of the Sit River is fought between the Mongol Hordes of Batu Khan and Yuri II of Vladimir-Suzdal

5 March 1953. Joseph Stalin dies

5 March 1953. Joseph Stalin dies

7 March 1954. The Soviet Ice Hockey team debuts the world stage at the World Championship in Stockholm with 7-2 victory over the previous winner Canada

7 March 1954. The Soviet Ice Hockey team debuts the world stage at the World Championship in Stockholm with 7-2 victory over the previous winner Canada

10 March 1845. Russian Emperor Alexander III is born

10 March 1845. Russian Emperor Alexander III is born

20 March 1535. First currency reform was launched by Ivan the Terrible's mother, regent Elena Glinskaya

20 March 1535. First currency reform was launched by Ivan the Terrible's mother, regent Elena Glinskaya

24 March 1613. Mikhail Romanov accepts the throne of Russia, Romanov dynasty begins

24 March 1613. Mikhail Romanov accepts the throne of Russia, Romanov dynasty begins

2 March 1855. Emperor of Russia Nicholas I "dies of a broken heart"

2 March 1855. Emperor of Russia Nicholas I "dies of a broken heart"

3 March 1861. Alexander II signs the Emancipation Manifesto and abolishes serfdom in Russian Empire

3 March 1861. Alexander II signs the Emancipation Manifesto and abolishes serfdom in Russian Empire

6 March 1869. Dmitry Mendeleev presents the first periodic table to the Russian Chemical Society

6 March 1869. Dmitry Mendeleev presents the first periodic table to the Russian Chemical Society

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