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An internet metric names the most famous historical person from Russia. They aren't Russian.
A new Russian school textbook rewrites history from the 1970s to the present.
Esteban "Sieva" Volkov, Trotsky's grandson and last surviving witness of his murder, died at age 97.
Some books our reviewer liked, and their significance for lovers of all things Russian.
Maria Yudia was a profoundly gifted pianist and teacher. And there is a certain lingering myth about her...
A translator with Russian roots ruminates on her past, and what it means to be a Russophile today.
...and you are likely to find a Tatar one beneath it. We dig into the sordid details.
Consideration of five recent books that help us grapple with Russia, Ukraine, and history.
The iconic and wacky Millennium of Russia monument in Veliky Novgorod turns 160 this month.
The Estonian city of Narva, on the Russian border, quietly dismantled a Soviet memorial featuring a T-34 tank.
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