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1584 Gdansk, Kaliningrad, Konigsberg, Prussia: Baltic Sea Coastline to Memel (Klaipeda)
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How close the Germans were to Moscow
Gdansk, Kaliningrad, Konigsberg, Prussia: Baltic Sea Coastline to Memel (Klaipeda) Printed in Antwerp & incl. in Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (1584)
This map gives you an idea of how empty Scandinavia, Russia, and Africa are, and how densly populated Germany is.
The Soviet major offensives of 30 November - 22 December 1939 in the Winter War.
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
Disappeared city center: Königsberg 1890s, 1930s, 1930s; & central Kaliningrad today
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)
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
Planned Division of Central Europe according to Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact (Nazi-Soviet Pact) signed in 23 August 1939
World at War (WWII)
German-Soviet frontline post battle of Kursk in late 1943
The mess that would become of the world following German surrender exactly 100 years ago. Due to the whole Russian revolution and Civil War business, the eastern borders are a bit funky.
German people migration routes and areas of settlements in Russia through 18th and 19th century
A German Map from 1941 of the Population Density of Soviet Russia
Russian artillery formation plan for the last days of battle of Berlin (25 April 1945 - 2 May 1945), Red Army General Staff, March 1945
Military map of Austro-Hungarian Empire from 1899 showing location of troops through empire and neighboring border areas (Germany, Russia, Italy)
French map of Eastern Front of WW1 showing how far Central Powers (Germany and Austria-Hungary) advanced into Russia 1917/1918
Russian Troops Movement against Nazi Germany WW2- German-Russian Museum (Berlin)
Performance of Pro-Russian parties in Germany's state elections
Austro-Hungarian empire at its height and their German allies at the moment when Austro-Hungary declared war on the Kingdom of Serbia, thus Russia responded and WW1 has started.
Russian Map of Eastern Germany approx. early 1950
German language in the Russian Empire (1897)
A Map of Europe - 1852
German Reichstag 1898 (in Russian)
1932 Chinese Map of Tientsin (Tianjin or Tienjin), China - Geographicus - Tienjin-showa7-1932
German migrations and colonies in Russia in the 18 and 19th century.
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