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Putin's comparison of coronavirus to medieval nomadic invaders has tickled the internet.
The company that publishes Russian Life was officially founded 30 years ago today. It's been a helluva ride...
"Russia's Indiana Jones" has been hard at work.
Russian history is interesting. Not always beautiful, not always glorious, but almost always... interesting.
Here’s the thing about history: you can’t see everything that is going on when you are living it, and then, when you try to dredge up what really happened, all you’ve got is your frail memories.
Ever wanted to take a stroll in nineteenth century Moscow? See how one Russian uses machine learning to make grainy old videos ever more realistic.
In this week's G-rated Odder News: Kid-friendly World War II history, kid-friendly educational TV, and kid-friendly swearing lessons.
Urban legends and superstitions made some sculptures in Moscow and St. Petersburg too famous for their own good, and some culture officials have had enough.
The whole world knows the word “Kalashnikov.” What kind of a man was Mikhail Kalashnikov? And can we ever separate the man from the legends that surround him and his AK-47?
An unexpected discovery in a library sends the author on an enthralling historical excursion.
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