Sergey Mironenko

Russian Federation

Former Director, State Archives of the Russian Federation; Professor, Chair of Russia's history of XIX - early XX century, History Department, Lomonosov Moscow State University.

Materials

WWI: A Tragic Turning Point in Russian History
06.08.2014
The Bolshevik coup was the direct result of the change and hardship wrought by WWI. If war had not broken out, world history would have followed a completely different course.

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The 400th Anniversary of the Romanovs – a Memorable Date in Russia’s History
26.08.2013
Four hundred years have passed since Mikhail Romanov, the first tsar of the Romanov dynasty, ascended to the Russian throne. The 300th anniversary was marked by a nationwide celebration during the

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War of 1812 Highlighted Strength of the Russian State
10.10.2012
The war should be called a measure for assessing the “strength of the Russian state,” rather than the “strength of the Russian people.” Indeed, Russia’s victory in the war was one of the most vivid

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