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Evolution of the Moscow metro system 1935-2011
The Russian Front in Review 1941-1942 - Office of Strategic Services map
Andrees Handatlas 1914: Southeastern Europe: Austria-Hungary still exists, Transsilvania didnt belong to Romania, Bulgaria had access to the mediteranean sea, Macedonia and Kosovo belonged to Serbia, and Moldova belonged to Russia.
West Russia (1902)
Russia-sponsored breakaways from Eastern European countries since 1991
Growth of Russia, 1613 - 1914
The Kavrayskiy VII projection is a map projection invented by Vladimir V. Kavrayskiy in 1939 as a general purpose pseudocylindrical projection. It produces maps with low overall distortion, despite its straight, evenly-spaced parallels and a simple formulation. By Strebe, using Geocart
Number and percentage share of Ukrainians in the population of regions of the RSFSR (Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic) - 1926 census
The Soviet major offensives of 30 November - 22 December 1939 in the Winter War.
Illustrated map of European Russia (1903)
Russia's Ethnic Republics (1989)
On the lower reaches of the Volga River, there once existed a separate republic for Russia’s Germans. This is a Map of the Volga German ASSR 1920
Europe seen from Russia (1943), Colorised with Pre-War borders of the Soviet Union and Germany, and showing the furthest extent of the Axis invasion into the Soviet Union.
As agreed to by the German Empire and Bolshevik Russia in 1917, the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk outlined a postwar Eastern Europe with these borders
Russians were once banned from a third of the USA. Areas marked in red on this map were off limits to Soviet visitors as of 11 November 1957
Ethnic Russians (as a percentage of the total population) in Russia in 1989 .
Anti-Russian satirical map produced by a Japanese student at Keio University during the Russo-Japanese War, 1904
Map of Russia's murder rate, 2000 vs 2017
‘A Humorous Diplomatic Atlas of Europe and Asia” (1904), an anti-Russian map created by a Japanese student at Keio University during the Russo-Japanese War
27 self-declared states that emerged in Russia following the 1917 revolution. Just 7 years later, they had all ceased to exist.
Propaganda map in 1914 - Russian empire perspective
The expansion of the territory of Russia from 1613 to 1914.
Compare the number of murders in Russia in 2000 and 2017. Two cards with homicide statistics per 100,000 inhabitants of the region.
The growth of Russian Imperialism, 1961
Russian Population Density Map 1929
Map of Concentration Camps in Soviet Russia (1945)
Map showing percentage of Jews in the Pale of Settlement in the Russian Empire, c. 1905
1999 Russian Legislative Election Proportional Representation Vote by District
Mythical enemy nation of "Veyshnoria" used as a target in 2017 Zapad Russian-Belarusian military drills versus support for the Belarusian Nationalist opposition party in 1994
Russian Far East and Chinese North East: population change since 1990
Percentage of ethnic Chechens in Russia according to 1989 Soviet census
Scheme of pigeon post communications in the defense system of Moscow (1941)
Declassified map of CIA U-2 spyplane Operation Grand Slam, 1960, in which a U-2 based in Pakistan was shot down over Russia.
Countries with economy larger than Russia in 1992
Railway map of Russian Empire (LV) - 1910
Der Kriegsschauplatz in Polen = The battlefield in Poland. War map of Poland showing German (in red), Austro-Hungarian (in yellow), and Russian (in green) territorial possession (1914)
St. Petersburg, Russia 1913
Tsaritsyn (aka Stalingrad, aka Volgograd), 1909
Moscow command center for transportation traffic control and management (1983)
The borders of a post-war Eastern Europe, as defined by the victorious German Empire and the defeated Russian Provisional Government. Treaty of Brest-Litvosk, 1917
Dialects of Russian language in 1915
Planned Division of Central Europe according to Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact (Nazi-Soviet Pact) signed in 23 August 1939
World at War (WWII)
European countries that Vladir Putin visited during his first term as the President of Russia (2000-2004.)
Moscow 1:35,000 (1986)
Russian map of Australia, New Zealand and New Guinea (1917)
German-Soviet frontline post battle of Kursk in late 1943
Population dynamics in Russia 1926-2019
The Russian Far East, Manchuria, and Korea, 1906
Per request: Moscow Trams, March 1973 (drawn by Oleg Strekalov)
Map of future Europe, Russian map from 1914 showing Russian territorial aims in WW1
Moscow Metro map, 1956
Dismembered Russia — Some Fragments (NYT article, Feb. 17, 1918)
Russian Constituent Assembly elections, 1917 results . From Anatoly Karlin's blog on the Unz Review.
Map of the metro system, Moscow, 1958
Pictorial Map of European Russia (1903)
Cold War alliances mid-1975
Map of a Russian redoubt during World War 1 published 1914.
Map of the expansion of the Russian Empire, a Polish map from 1930
Map of world in 1928 if Russia signs separate peace after Brusilov offensive in 1916. Western Hemisphere and Iran unfinished. Working on China as well
European Russia, 1917
Soviet map of the world, 1928 (in Russian)
Russia Population Change 1959-2019
Tourist Map of Moscow (1962)
"Dismembered Russia- Some of the Fragments" February 1918 map of Russia and Ukraine before the annexation of the West Ukranian People's Republic.
Saratov, Russia, 1903
A German Map from 1941 of the Population Density of Soviet Russia
A map of ethnic Russians in the Ukrainian SSR in 1926 .
Russian artillery formation plan for the last days of battle of Berlin (25 April 1945 - 2 May 1945), Red Army General Staff, March 1945
Irkutsk, Russia circa 1915
Tannenburg 1914 ( Massive failure for the Russian forces )
Russian Civil War, 1917-1922
Russian Empire, Ethnographic map of the Kars oblast (nowadays Turkey), 1904.
French map of Eastern Front of WW1 showing how far Central Powers (Germany and Austria-Hungary) advanced into Russia 1917/1918
Results breakdown of the first post-communist Russian State Duma election (1993)
National minorities in Russia 1989.
Government debts that Russia has written off since 2000 (billion dollars)
GOVERNORATE of ARKHANGELSK by cartographer O. Pulkova created in 1899 and published in the Brockhaus and Efron Encyclopedic Dictionary of Russia. This was the largest governorate of the European part of Russia before it lost large portions of its territories during the October Revolution of 1917
Russian Territorial Expansions 1795 - 1914
Russian Economic Map (October 1941)
Map showing the main area of the Tambov Uprising in Russia 1920-1922
Mennonitenansiedlung Molotschna1912
Map of railway tracks of the Russian Empire, 1916.
Azerbaijani territorial claims towards Armenia, Turkey, Georgia and Russia in Paris Peace Conference 1919
Population density and urbanization of Imperial Russia 1860/1912
Map from the Finnish - Soviet Peace Treaty - Moscow 1940
Cold War Era Russian Nautical Map (1981)
Population change by Russian oblasts between 1926 and 2019 , by Seva Bashirov from Live Journal.
1958 "Tourist Map... Kourovka to Chusovoy" Russia
Caucasus map (in Russian, 1903)
Ukraine map provisional borders 1919
Plan of Moscow 1917
1908 moscow mozd
Number of heads of federal subjects of Russian Federation since 1991
Nat geo map of USSR 1967 (2/9) central russia
Russian Map of Eastern Germany approx. early 1950
Vladivostok 1918
1903 Saratov
Brockhaus and Efron Jewish Encyclopedia e11 151-0
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