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West Russia (aka Poland, Belarus and Ukraine) - early XXth century
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
East Slavic Languages ( Russian, Belarusian, Ukrainian, Rusyn) in the Russian Empire 1897
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
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
This Viking Cruise route used a map of the Russia-Belarus Union State for some reason
Belarus 1882
Belarus Census 2009 - languages spoken at home Belarusian&Russian
Russians in Belarus 2009
Minsk Protocol
Belarus Census 2009 - languages spoken at home Belarusian&Russian for rural population
Belarus Census 2009 - languages spoken at home Belarusian&Russian Urban
RussianAsHomeLanguage2009
RussianAsHomeLanguage2009rural
RussianAsHomeLanguage2009urban
Minsk governorate 1821
Belarusian language in the Russian Empire (1897)
Map of Minsk Namestnichestvo 1796 (small atlas)
Atlas of Russian Empire (1800). Minsk governorate
Map of Slonim Namestnichestvo 1796 (small atlas)
Minsk Protocol II
Minsk Protocol-sr
EU placed in borders of European Russia, Belarus and Ukraine
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