Russian Rulers History Podcast

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First we follow the Russian rulers from Rurik to Putin then take to recounting all aspects of Russian history.

Today, I'm sharing a book review I did for my Patreon podcast. It is on three books of Russian fiction. I hope you enjoy it!


Tags: history, education, society & culture

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Today, we begin a new series with an overview of the history of Ukraine and its relationship to Russia.
In our final look at Siberia, we focus on the lives of both women and children in the gulag system developed by the Soviets.
Today, we recount the harsh life living in Siberian prisons and gulags.
Siberia is a mythical, magical, and intimidating place. Discover the mystery of this part of Russia.
In our review of the Russian rulers of old, we turn our eyes to Ivan IV, the first and most controversial of all of the Russian Tsar's.
I share my favorite moments over the past 200 episodes.
Why did the Soviet Union collapse in 1991 so spectacularly?
The Attempted Coup d'etat Against Mikhail Gorbachev
Following the last episode on things you didn't know about the Soviet Union, I am following it up about present day and old Russia.
Find out things you may not know about the Soviet Union
Boris Pasternak, the author of the epic novel Doctor Zhivago is the focus of today's episode.
The Time of Troubles was a period of Russian history that could have ended the Muscovite's control of the land of the Rus.
Today's episode follows the lives of the first three Romanov Tsar's as well as the father of the first, Patriarch Philaret.
Today's episode covers the regent of Ivan 5 and Peter I, Sophia Alexseyevna.
General Alexander Suvorov one of the greatest generals of all time.
Today, I am sharing another episode from my new podcast, Battle Ground History. The contestants from the Villains bracket are Ivan the Terrible versus Charles "Lucky" Luciano.
Peter the Great versus Ronald Reagan
Battle Ground History April 22, 2018
After 7 1/2 years of doing Russian history, my new podcast will cover vast reaches of history through a tournament called Battle Ground History. Today, I will share the first episode, a sort of sneak peak before the launch on April 30th, 2018.
Peter the Great is reassessed through the eyes of a number of historians and contemporaries.