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245 years ago this week, on January 10, 1775, the rebel Yemelyan Pugachev was executed in Moscow.
Small-town Ukraine shows a different side of one the famous "Russian" writer.
While city vehicles go for a stroll, death comes knocking — twice.
I can’t imagine a cleverer or more perverse way of presenting “the first political biography” of Mikhail Sholokhov (1905-1975) than as if from the conscience-addled Sholokhov’s perspective.
Russian law enforcement had a busy week, from taking on the ~high~ seas to putting rich jerks in their place.
Why some Russians would rather vote for a fictional candidate, the importance of a Cossack education, and some artsy graffiti along the way.
On April 14, 1671, Cossacks captured rebel leader Stenka Razin and ended his rebellion against the tsar. Here’s some background on Razin’s uprising, and what it meant for the fate of Russia.
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