Russians

Earliest record: 964
Last record: 1970

Language family: Slavic

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YearsAction
964971Attacked [1]
965Attacked [2]
1185Attacked [1]
12361300Partial migration to [3]
13011462Expanded to [4]
13011970Located in
14721503Expanded to [4]
14721970Located in
1496Attacked [5]
15211556Expanded to [4]
15211970Located in
16451735Conquered
16451970Located in
17031795Conquered [4]
17031970Located in
17941830Partial migration to [6]
18071815Conquered [4]
18071970Located in
1809Conquered [4]
18091918Located in
1812Conquered [4]
18121970Located in
1814Attacked [7]
1814Attacked [8]
18561881Partial migration to [9]
19191924Partial migration to [10]
19451950Partial migration to [11]

Location Info

  1. Along Dnieper R & around Black Sea area into Bulgaria and N along Volga R to Bolgar and S along Volga R to Caspian Sea & W along Caucasus Mts.
  2. Kazan at great bend middle Volga R.
  3. N shore Sea of Azov
  4. N of S Russia
  5. Area around Moscow, N to Solvychegdosk (on Vychegda R), E to Nizhniy Novgorod, S to Tula, & W to Desna R, SU. (See color 1, map ref 341.)
  6. {Area around Moscow, N to Solvychegdosk (on Vychegda R), E to Nizhniy Novgorod, S to Tula, & W to Desna R, SU. (See color 1, map ref 341.)} *{341-2}*
  7. Novgorod Territories plus SW area in color 2 on Map ref 341
  8. {Novgorod Territories plus SW area in color 2 on Map ref 341} *{341- 5}*
  9. Karelia, Savo, Tavastia, SF (see Map 2, p. 23)
  10. Khanate of Kazan: area along Ural Mtns, & area S of Moscow to N Donets R, SU (area in color 3 on map in ref 341)
  11. {Khanate of Kazan: area along Ural Mtns, & area S of Moscow to N Donets R, SU (area in color 3 on map in ref 341)} *{341-3}*
  12. Kiev-Pereyslavsl-Poltava area; Don Cossack-Kalmyk area; Guryev- Orenburg-Yekaterinburg area, SU in color 4 on map in ref 341
  13. {Kiev-Pereyslavsl-Poltava area; Don Cossack-Kalmyk area; Guryev- Orenburg-Yekaterinburg area, SU in color 4 on map in ref 341} *{900- 787}*
  14. Baltic, Belorussia, W Ukraine & Khanate of Crimea, area in color5 on map in ref 341 (SU)
  15. {Baltic, Belorussia, W Ukraine & Khanate of Crimea, area in color5 on map in ref 341 (SU)} *{341-7}*
  16. Crimea
  17. E PL & C PL, including Lublin, Warsaw & Kalish (area in color 6 on map in ref 341)
  18. {E PL & C PL, including Lublin, Warsaw & Kalish (area in color 6 on map in ref 341)} *{341-12}*
  19. SF (area in color 6 on map in ref 341)
  20. {SF (area in color 6 on map in ref 341)} *{341-15}*
  21. Area betw Prut & Dniester RR & N of Akkerman; the area known as 'Bessarabia' (area in color 6 on map in ref 341)
  22. {Area betw Prut & Dniester RR & N of Akkerman; the area known as 'Bessarabia' (area in color 6 on map in ref 341)} *{341-14}*
  23. F (NC part)
  24. DK
  25. Latgale & Ilukste distr. of Zemgale, Latvia
  26. F, R, & YU
  27. Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, former E PL, NE Prussia & Moldavia

References

  1. Kievan Russia 1054-1242. 1979. pp. 115, No. 1. In Barraclough, Geoffrey, (ed.). Times Atlas of World History. Time Books Limited, London. 360 pp.
  2. Clarkson, Jesse D. 1961. A History of Russia. Random House, New York. 857 pp.
  3. Bunak, Victor V. 1976. Rassengeschichte Osteuropas. pp. 7-101. In Schwidetzky, I. (ed.). Rassengeschichte der Menschheit. Volume 4. R. Oldenbourg Verlag, Munich.
  4. The Evolution and Expansion of Muscovy. 1979. pp. 163, No. 1. In Barraclough, Geoffrey, (ed.). Times Atlas of World History. Time Books Limited, London. 360 pp.
  5. Jutikkala, Eino. 1962. A History of Finland. Frederick A. Praeger, New York. 291 pp.
  6. McNeill, William H. 1964. Europe's Steppe Frontier. University of Chicago Press, Chicago. 252 pp.
  7. The Overseas World. 1979. pp. 204-205, No. 1. In Barraclough, Geoffrey, (ed.). Times Atlas of World History. Time Books Limited, London. 360 pp.
  8. Scott, Franklin D. 1975. Scandinavia. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts. 330 pp.
  9. Rutkis, J. (ed.). 1967. Latvia, Country and People. Latvian National Foundation, Stockholm. 681 pp.
  10. Movements of Peoples. 1979. pp. 265, No. 3. In Barraclough, Geoffrey, (ed.). Times Atlas of World History. Time Books Limited, London. 360 pp.
  11. Post-war Population Movements. 1979. pp. 274-275, No. 1. In Barraclough, Geoffrey, (ed.). Times Atlas of World History. Time Books Limited, London. 360 pp.