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  • [[Image:British Empire 1897.jpg|thumb|300px|right|The British Empire in 1897, marked in pink, the traditional color for Imperial British dominio The '''British Empire''' is the most extensive empire in world history and for a time was the foremost global power. It was a pro
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  • [[Image:Pushkinsky dom.jpg|thumb|300px|[[Russian Literature Institute]] on [[Vasilievsky Island]], [[St. Petersburg]].]] ...nic language with many South Slavic elements. The first work in colloquial Russian, the autobiography of arch priest [[Avvakum]], emerged only in the mid-seve
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  • ...]]<ref name="result">The question of victory is not universally agreed on. Russian and Polish historians tend to assign victory to their respective countries. |combatant1={{flagicon|Russian SFSR|1918}} [[Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic]]<br />{{flagicon|Ukrainian SSR|1927}}
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  • ...a, while the Whites received military assistance from the [[Germany|German Empire]]. ...ober Revolutions]] in 1917 caused a total collapse of the [[Russia|Russian Empire]], and the destruction in Russia resulted in a corresponding breakdown of F
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  • ...r than the eighteenth century, they rejected secular [[government]], the [[Russian Orthodox]] priests, [[icon]]s, all church ritual, the [[Bible]] as the supr ...heir life led to an exodus of the majority of the group from the [[Russian Empire]] to [[Canada]] at the close of the nineteenth century. However, their inte
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  • ...ically characterize the Pashtuns.<ref>Olivier Roy. ''Globalized Islam: The Search For A New Ummah.'' (New York: Columbia University Press original 1980, 2006 ...t designs of the [[British Empire|British]] and [[Russian Empire|Russian]] empires. During most of modern Afghanistan's history, Pashtuns reigned as the domi
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  • {{Infobox Russian Royalty|grand duchess | imperial house = {{flagicon|Russian Empire|1858}} [[House of Romanov]]
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  • ...guage|Kazakh]] {{small|(official state language)}} <br/>[[Russian language|Russian]]{{small| (used as official)<ref>[http://adilet.zan.kz/eng/docs/K950001000 | ethnic_groups = Kazakh (Qazaq) 63.1%<br/>Russian 23.7%<br/>Uzbek 2.9%<br/>Ukrainian 2.1%<br/>Uighur 1.4%<br/>Tatar 1.3%<br/>
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  • | established_date1 = 27 July 1955 (Duchy: 1156, [[Austrian Empire]]: 1804, [[First Austrian Republic]]: 1918–1938, Second Republic since 19 ...[[Slovenia]], and in the past a [[Roman province|province]] of the [[Roman Empire]]. It was bounded on the north by the [[Danube]], on the west by [[Raetia]]
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  • | birthplace = [[Moryntsi]], [[Russian Empire]] (now [[Ukraine]]) | deathplace = [[Saint Petersburg]], [[Russian Empire]] (now [[Russia]])
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  • ...l Democratic Party (defunct)|Romanian Social Democratic Party]], and the [[Russian Social Democratic Labour Party]]. He was aligned with Trotsky's internation In [[Russian language|Russian]], his full name, including [[Names in Russian Empire, Soviet Union and CIS countries|patronymic]], was ''Khristian Georgievich R
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  • [[Image:Ottoman1566.jpg|thumb|300px|right|Map of the Ottoman Empire at the death of [[Suleiman the Magnificent]] in 1566.]] ...religious duty to spread [[Islam|Islamic]] rule and faith. The [[Byzantine Empire]], which had ruled most of the Greek-speaking world for over 1100 years, ha
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  • |langs=[[Russian language|Russian]], [[Koryo-mar]] ... exist. Those communities traces their roots to Koreans who lived in the [[Russian Far East]] during the late nineteenth century.
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  • ...es]] in [[Europe]], evolving from agricultural slavery of the late [[Roman Empire]], it flourished in Europe during the Middle Ages, lasting until the ninete ...ersisted in [[Austria-Hungary]] until 1848, and was abolished in [[Russian Empire|Russia]] only in 1861. [[Tibet]] is believed to be the last place to have a
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  • ...rived late on the stage of rival [[Europe|European]] powers, to acquire an empire that would match those of [[France]], [[Great Britain]], the [[Netherlands] ...h according to the [[constitution of the German Empire]] was ruled by the Prussian King. As with most [[Victorian era]] royalty, he was related to many of Eur
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  • |langs=[[Russian language|Russian]], [[Korean language|Korean]] ...rean language|Korean]]: 사할린 한국인/''Sahallin Hangugin'') denotes Russians citizens and/or residents of Korean descent living on [[Sakhalin Island]]
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  • ...ne 26, 1861 in Prague, Czech Republic, then part of the [[Austro-Hungarian Empire]]) was one of the major figures of the Czech and Slovak national revival mo ...ddressed the issues of all Slavs as a whole headed by the [[Russia|Russian Empire]], were formed. This was when the leading figures of the movement &mdash; P
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  • ... "Was the Ukrainian Famine of 1932-1933 Genocide?" ''Journal of Genocide Research'' 1 (2) (1999): 147–156. [http://www.faminegenocide.com/resources/bilinsk ...5 - December 1, 2006. [http://www.zerkalo-nedeli.com/ie/show/624/55147/ In Russian], [http://www.zn.kiev.ua/ie/show/624/55147/ in Ukrainian]. </ref> In the ea
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  • ...ion]] and the [[Grand Duchy of Moscow]], the pre-[[Russian Empire|Imperial Russian]] state. It is the site of the [[Moscow Kremlin|Kremlin]], which now serves ... whose residence is the [[Danilov Monastery]], serves as the head of the [[Russian Orthodox Church]]. Moscow also remains a major economic center and is home
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  • |demographics1_title2 =[[Russians]] ...a as its capital city, endured more than 700 years of German, Swedish, and Russian rule. A small pocket of independence following [[World War I]] was quickly
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