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    Tartary aka Tartaria - an Empire hidden in history. It was bigger than Russia once...

    Peasant. However, this is not important, I cited it as one of the examples of the degradation of the royal power. There were many other reasons besides Rasputin.
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    Tartary aka Tartaria - an Empire hidden in history. It was bigger than Russia once...

    As for the collapse of the monarchy, for example, the fact that the peasant Rasputin approves or not the decrees of the tsar, appoints the commanders of the armies and tries to almost lead the country and the troops - is this not a degradation of power? The tsar was overthrown as a result of the...
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    Tartary aka Tartaria - an Empire hidden in history. It was bigger than Russia once...

    The modern city of Ulyanovsk, judging by old maps, is located on the former territory of Tartary. Although I assume that the boundaries have changed over time in one direction or another. As for the post, some of our researchers also consider the war of 1812 to be the finishing off of Tartary...
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    Tartary aka Tartaria - an Empire hidden in history. It was bigger than Russia once...

    Nothing suspicious, Ulyanovsk is located on the border with modern Tatarstan and Lenin could well have had an admixture of Tatar blood. Although, if you move away from the lucid image of Lenin, everything becomes not so obvious.
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    Napoleonic Wars and Year 1812: when did they happen?

    By the way, on the monument to Minin and Pozharsky it is written - “CITIZEN (!) MININ AND PRINCE POZHARSKY, GRATEFUL RUSSIA. LETA 1818 ". In the history of Russia, no emphasis was ever placed on citizenship. But in Rome, it was important whether a citizen or not a citizen.
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    Chronology: how old is America?

    A very voluminous and complex topic, many of us are trying to figure it out, a lot of opinions and hypotheses, but there is no definite conclusion. More precisely, the conclusion is that there is something wrong with the chronology. As for the coins, the pre-Peter's money has no date. Online...
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    The City of Harbin or the Battle for Cambalu?

    A 1907 postcard - a synagogue in Harbin. 1896 (as indicated on the Chinese website) I did not find anything about the rest of the photos.
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    World War I: What weapons did they really use?

    Many hours or many days of artillery preparation. For example, in the Battle of the Somme, the artillery preparation lasted 7 days.
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    Question | What date? The Bronze Horseman statue of Peter the Great.

    It is even impossible to make out the inscription "Peter the Great" in the drawing. I think that the artist who painted the illustration for the book did not see the monument. Just redrawn from some other drawing. What was illegible was redrawn approximately. I'll give you another example, a...
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    Question | What date? The Bronze Horseman statue of Peter the Great.

    The date is forged. It may turn out incorrectly through a translator, but I will try to explain. Date on the monument- ЛЕТА (лѣта) 1782. According to the Julian calendar (which was introduced by Peter the Great in 1700) it should be written- ГОД 1782. The word LETA was used in the old...
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    19th Century: Public & Private Steam Transportation

    Roper's steam motorcycles.
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    19th Century: Public & Private Steam Transportation

    Again, some kind of gap between steam engines and internal combustion engines. I immediately remember the trams towed by horses and called horse trams, and then they again become trams. The only thought is that people were simply forced to use horses at a certain time period. But the history of...
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    Catacombs of Paris, Mud Flood Victims and Unidentified Dead. Reset?

    In general, he did not say anything special. Allegedly, this is a necropolis of the Meotian culture, with burials of the 1-3 century AD, that these burials are not unique, that dozens of them have been found and there is nothing unusual about them. Everything is in accordance with the official...
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    19th Century Paving Tiles in Russia

    The trams ceased to function and horses were simply harnessed to them. Then the tram was "invented" again. I have no doubts about that.
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