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Monday, April 03, 2017
Where we gather blog posts, reference pages and useful resources for Russophiles from all across our website.
Studying Russian and finding it a bit challenging? You are not alone. Check out our list of famous people who have studied Russian, and find some fellow-sufferers...
America is a land built by immigrants. We researched famous Americans with Russian roots and offer this compilation.
What do radio, television, the periodic table, and helicopters have in common? Russians were involved in developing all of them – and more!
A comprehensive listing of resources, online and off, for researching your Russian roots, courtesy of Ginny Audet.
Whether you are a budding translator of Russian-English texts, are reading Russian literature in the original, or just want to improve your Russian, there are countless resources waiting for you on the internet. Here's our list of the best...
A color-coded map of the US, showing which states have the highest percentage of Russian immigrants.
Where we explain how Russian Life deals with the knotty issues of transcription and dates, and what our standards are.