- Russian Empire
- Russia (def. 1).
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Russian Empire — Infobox Former Country native name = Российская Империя (ru Cyrl) Rossiyskaya Imperiya (translit) conventional long name = Russian Empire common name = Russia| continent = Eurasia status = Empire government type = Monarchy| year start = 1721 year … Wikipedia
Russian Empire — During the nineteenth century, tsarist Russia was the largest contiguous empire in the world. Stretching from Polish lands in the west to the Vladivostok on the Pacific Ocean, the Russian Empire was a Eurasian power and consequently played a… … Encyclopedia of the Age of Imperialism, 1800–1914
Russian Empire — /rʌʃən ˈɛmpaɪə/ (say rushuhn empuyuh) noun the tsarist empire in northern and central Asia and eastern Europe, lasting from the 16th century when Ivan IV extended the rule of the Muscovite dynasty to areas outside Russia, until 1917, when the… … Australian English dictionary
Russian Empire — noun The name of the Russian state in 1721 1917 … Wiktionary
Russian Empire — Russia (def. 1). * * * … Universalium
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Russian Empire Census — The Russian Empire Census of 1897 was the first and the only census carried out in the Russian Empire. It recorded demographic data as of OldStyleDate|28 January|1897|15 January.Previously, the Central Statistical Bureau issued statistical tables … Wikipedia
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Kazakhstan in the Russian Empire — Russian traders and soldiers began to appear on the northwestern edge of Kazakh territory in the 17th century, when Cossacks established the forts that later became the cities of Oral (Ural sk) and Atyrau (Gur yev). Russians were able to seize… … Wikipedia