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Russian Ground Forces
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Russian Ground Forces. Red Army, Military history of the Russian Empire, Post- Soviet states, Kievan Rus', Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, Moscow Military District, Igor Sergeyev, Strategic Rocket Forces, Army ranks and insignia of the Russian Federation, Russian Constituent Assembly, Revolutionary Insurrectionary Army of Ukraine.

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NIIR
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. FSUE NII Radio or NIIR for short (Russian: , ) is a Soviet/Russian Scientific Research Institute created in 1949 by a decree of the Soviet Government and is currently an institute of the Russian Ministry of Informational Technologies and Communications in the field of constructing the radiocommunication systems, satellite and ground-based TV and radio broadcasting, further development of radio technologies. Since December 2004 NIIR is headed by V. Butenko, President of National Radioassociation and the Doctor of Science.

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Race and Racism in Russia
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Race and Racism in Russia identifies the striking changes in racial ideas, practices, exclusions and violence in Russia since the 1990s, revealing how 'Russianness' has become a synonym for racial whiteness. This ground-breaking book provides new theories and substantive insights into race and ethnicity in a Russian context.

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The Russians on Athos
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Greeks and Russians had coexisted on Athos for eight centuries, but from 1839 to the eve of the First World War their relations disintegrated. This book looks at the causes of this deterioration against the background of Balkan and European history, and examines the Prophet Elijah Skete, with which the modern story of the Russian Athonite community begins and is concluded. Hitherto, most of what has been written about the Russians on Athos has been from either a Greek or a Russian perspective. This book takes an objective view of the conflict. The author breaks new ground by using unpublished archive material, much of which has survived only on his microfilm.

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Resetting the Margins
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Before the 1840s, when prose began its hegemony in Russian letters, Romantic poets such as Evgenij Baratynskij (1800-1844) and his great contemporary Aleksandr Puskin (1799-1837) wrote verse tales which were intended to elevate literature to a philosophical world-view. This work examines the two writers' principal narrative poems, including Puskin's Eugene Onegin . Through a rigorous semiotic investigation, it breaks new ground in the perceptions of Romantic irony and Romantic idealism in Russian literature. Of crucial importance is the linking of the masculine narrator's voice with the feminine ideal omnipresent in these types of poems. The empowering ability of voice is seen as bound to the inherent de-constructing and re-constructing ability of Romantic irony.

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Russian Tea Cake
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! A Russian tea cake is a kind of pastry, commonly eaten around Christmas in both Russia and the United States. It is a form of jumble, a pastry common in Middle Ages England. They are also known as Mexican wedding cakes (or cookies) and butterballs. Russian tea cakes have a relatively simple recipe, generally comprised entirely of ground nuts, flour and water or, more commonly, butter. After baking, they are coated in powdered sugar while still hot, then again once the cookie has cooled. Russian tea cakes appeared in Russia in the 18th century, literally as a confection used in a tea-sharing ceremony. By the 20th century, they were a part of wedding and Christmas traditions in the U.S., by their popular "Russian tea" nomenclature. The term "Mexican wedding cake" seems to have emerged in the U.S. in the 1950s, possibly a result of strained relations with the Soviet Union.

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Red Strike
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Book 4 in the Strikeback SeriesA former Russian spy, living in hiding in Malta, goes on the run after an attempt on his life. He's been targeted because of what he knows about chemical weapons and the poisoning of an exiled oligarch who cut a deal with MI6, but he's actually got information about a planned Russian invasion.Now he's gone to ground, and MI6 want to get hold of him before the Russians do.When a retired general learns about the op he reports back to his Russian paymasters. The former spy must be killed before he spills his guts to MI6. The General has an ex-SAS member on his team who is blackmailed into executing the Russian spy once they find him. But the operation goes wrong, and series hero John Porter escapes with the spy. John Bald and the ex-SAS villain must work together to track them down before it's too late, and expose the General before it's too late and Russia reconquers the Baltic states...

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Semey
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Semey and Alash-kala, is a city in Kazakhstan, in the northeastern province of East Kazakhstan, near the border with Siberia, around 1,000 km north of Almaty, and 700 km southeast of the Russian city of Omsk, along the Irtysh River.The first settlement was in 1718, when the Russians built a fort beside the river Irtysh, near a ruined Buddhist monastery. The monastery's seven buildings lent the fort (and later the city) the name Semipalatinsk (Russian for Seven-Chambered City). The fort suffered frequently from flooding caused by the snowmelt swelling the Irtysh, and in 1778 the fort was relocated 18 km upstream to less flood-prone ground.

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The Russians on Athos
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Greeks and Russians had coexisted on Athos for eight centuries, but from 1839 to the eve of the First World War their relations disintegrated. This book looks at the causes of this deterioration against the background of Balkan and European history, and examines the Prophet Elijah Skete, with which the modern story of the Russian Athonite community begins and is concluded. Hitherto, most of what has been written about the Russians on Athos has been from either a Greek or a Russian perspective. This book takes an objective view of the conflict. The author breaks new ground by using unpublished archive material, much of which has survived only on his microfilm.

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