September in Russian History

Calendar of Russian History
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1 September 2004. A group of Chechen terrorists take 1,100 hostages, including 777 children at the Beslan School. The siege ends with 385 dead

1 September 2004. A group of Chechen terrorists take 1,100 hostages, including 777 children at the Beslan School. The siege ends with 385 dead

2 September 911. Oleg of Kiev signs treaty with Byzantine Empire

2 September 911. Oleg of Kiev signs treaty with Byzantine Empire

3 September 1933. Yevgeny Abalakov is the first person to conquer Communism Peak (7495 m), the highest peak of the Soviet Union

3 September 1933. Yevgeny Abalakov is the first person to conquer Communism Peak (7495 m), the highest peak of the Soviet Union

4 September 1934. Baritone Eduard “Trololol” Khil is born

4 September 1934. Baritone Eduard “Trololol” Khil is born

5 September 1698. Peter the Great imposes beard tax on all men except clergy and peasantry

5 September 1698. Peter the Great imposes beard tax on all men except clergy and peasantry

6 September 1666. Tsar Ivan V of Russia, the co-ruler of Peter the Great, is born

6 September 1666. Tsar Ivan V of Russia, the co-ruler of Peter the Great, is born

7 September 1812. Napoleon’s Invasion of Russia: the decisive Battle of Borodino was fought near Moscow

7 September 1812. Napoleon’s Invasion of Russia: the decisive Battle of Borodino was fought near Moscow

8 September 1941. Siege of Leningrad begins

8 September 1941. Siege of Leningrad begins

9 September 1855. The Siege of Sevastopol comes to an end as Russians abandon the fortress

9 September 1855. The Siege of Sevastopol comes to an end as Russians abandon the fortress

10 September 1972. Soviet Union won a gold medal at the controversial basketball final of the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich

10 September 1972. Soviet Union won a gold medal at the controversial basketball final of the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich

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