talk about Russian history ITT
first fase was the russian empire, second fase was the USSSR, third fase is now the russian federation, and troghout the history, nobody have been able to destroy it.....only themselves
Collapse of the Soviet Union (post 1985 with Gorbachev's reforms)
his name literally means son of jew.
yeah, he was a jew.
Stalin was an ethnic Georgian who was raised by an Orthodox mother and trained to become a priest.
He seized power, nobody gave him it.
In the Georgian language "shvili" means son of, or son, as in Johnson. "Djuga" means Jew. Therefore Djugashvili means Jewison.
So Joe Stalin's real name, before he changed it, was Joe Jewison. It gets better, his name was Joseph David Djugashvili, a typical Jewish name. During his revolutionary days he changed his name to "Kochba", the leader of the Jews during one of the anti-Roman uprisings of the Jews. Russians don't change their names. Georgians don't change their names. Jews change their names.
hitler wanted to make nazi germany like the USSR, and he failed LOL
Jews are very important in Russian history (especially post Catherine the Great due to her annexation of the Polish commonwealth). Just ignore the memetards who want to blame everything bad ever on Jews.
i'd fuck this jew, who was born in soviet uzbekistan
tbqh familia people scream pol at people who have never been there. Just a gut reaction kinda thing.
give it a month and the actual pollsters will be bored and gone. They are always far too occupied with happening threads anyways.
Can anyone explain why Imperial Russia was so behind from the rest of Europe in the early 20th century? Was there some kind of big thing in history I'm forgetting or were the Imperial family just fucking around?
It never had the need to transition away from an agrarian economy. During the renaissance, there was a surplus of labor within manor lands in Western Europe, which caused a rural exodus, and the rise of cities. Russian had a surplus of land, so any transition away from an agrarian society had to be done through reforms from the top-down, a la Stalin.
If you look at Russian history, all modernization attempts within Russia were done from the top-down, rather than from natural population movements like in Western Europe.
all of them got BTFO after trying to conquer russia
In the beginning: Russians were bydlo
In the end: Russians were bydlo.
There's your Russian history.