Blog Posts - Russian Revolution



The Triumph and Tragedy of Revolution

November 15, 2016 It has been only a bare week after the election of the most authoritarian-minded president in American history, an unapologetic bigot to whom immigrants, Muslims, gay people, women, and minorities are lesser beings, an avaricious b...
by Poetry on the Loose on Dec 1, 2016

The Story of World War 1 (Part 5)

Eastern Front.While the Western Front had reached stalemate, the war continued in East Europe. Initial Russian plans called for simultaneous invasions of Austrian Galicia and German East Prussia. Although Russia's initial advance into Galicia was...
by Finding Neverland on Mar 19, 2015

GoldSilver.com’s Mike Maloney: Potential Fallout From Unpegging Swiss Franc From Euro

Regular Survival And Prosperity readers may recall that GoldSilver.com used to be an affiliate marketing partner of the blog. Great company (specializes in the instruction of precious metals investing and providing world-class gold and silver dealer...
by Survival And Prosperity on Jan 21, 2015

The Independent Russian Bear

Russia has been in the spotlight recently with a big decline in the value of the rouble caused by the massive fall in the price of oil. There has been speculation about this being a possible punishment for the Ukraine invasion and the refusal of Russ...
by Summer in December on Dec 19, 2014

Mother (1926)

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by Film trailers World on Aug 18, 2014

The Family Photo Album of Tzar Nicholas II of Russia

It was fascinating to come across these family photos which make Tzar Nicholas II of Russia look like just a normal family, despite the Tzar constantly wearing a stiff impressive uniform and military hat regardless of whether he’s on a cruise,...
by We Heart Vintage on Jul 13, 2014

The Revolution with No Name

When it seemed to some at the end of the Cold War that we had also reached the end of history, more than ever, every act of rebellion and revolution seemed cause to celebrate an elevated human spirit. After a long winter of merely staving off an enem...
by the sad red earth on Mar 11, 2014

Anastasia Khoreva, 105-yr-old Russian, Who Survived 2 World Wars Commits Suicide

A 105-year-old woman who survived the Russian Revolution and two world wars has committed suicide. Anastasia Khoreva told her family she was tired of waiting to die shortly before hanging herself, The Sun reported. The pensioner, from Darsun, Russia,...


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