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Linda DeLaine

189 contributions found for Russian Life and/or Chtenia.

LINDA DELAINE was a long-time Russophile and former editor of the Russian Culture section on About.com. She contributed hundreds of timeless articles to Russian Life's online archive before her sudden death in March 2002.


2002 Winter Olympics

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Olympics news, TV schedules, events, medals and more.
Author: Linda DeLaine

ABM, NMD - Alphabet Soup of Defense

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Do you think the Cold War was over? Existing tensions between Russia and the U.S. regarding missile defense and NATO expansion are increasing. Is it possible for both to protect their interests against perceived threats without becoming a threat to each other?(originally published Feb. 2001)
Author: Linda DeLaine

ABM, NMD - Alphabet Soup of Defense

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Part II looks at the concern many have for a 'new' cold war.
Author: Linda DeLaine

ABM, NMD - Alphabet Soup of Defense

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Part III - some thoughts on Russia-US relations.
Author: Linda DeLaine

ABM, NMD - Alphabet Soup of Defense

Website: RL Online
Do you think the Cold War was over? Existing tensions between Russia and the U.S. regarding missile defense and NATO expansion are increasing. Is it possible for both to protect their interests against perceived threats without becoming a threat to each other?(originally published Feb. 2001)
Author: Linda DeLaine

After Stalingrad

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By 1942, Stalin figured the strength of the Nazi army was beginning to wane and that he, finally, would have a strategic advantage. Stalin planned to liberate Leningrad and establish strongholds at Sevastopol and Kharkov.
Author: Linda DeLaine

After Stalingrad (con't)

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Author: Linda DeLaine

Alexander I

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and Napoleon's ill-fated trip to Russia. In the summer of 1812, Napoleon Bonaparte, Emperor of France, and his army marched into Moscow. This resulted in one of the turning point in Tsar Alexander I's reign. Napoleon began his retreat from Moscow on November 12, 1812.
Author: Linda DeLaine

Alexander Nevsky

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Controversial actions of the Russian leader during the Mongol domination of the 13th century.
Author: Linda DeLaine

Alexandra and the Romanovs

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The last Tsarina of Russia and her role in the fall of the dynasty.
Author: Linda DeLaine