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The Trans-Eurasian Belt Development (TEPR) from London to New York : a 2015 plan for a superhighway, proposed by the head of Russian Railways
Which countries would US/British/French/German citizens be willing to defend if they were attacked by Russia?
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
Map of Napoleon’s French Invasion of Russia (1812). The map shows the direction, location, and size of the troops on their way to and from Moscow, as well as temperature. Very interesting video explanation of the map here— https://youtu.be/3T7jMcstxY0
FIFA World Cup Russia 2018 team base camps
Countries where Arabic/English/French/Portuguese/Russian/Spanish is, de facto or de jure, an official/national language
Arms Exports from China, France, the United States, and Russia
Map of Concentration Camps in Soviet Russia (1945)
Centre of russian population. Every quarter is 1/4 of total population.
Map of the Central States of Europe Situate between France and Russia, 1816
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
Trans-Siberian Railway, which stretches 9,289 kilometres (5772 miles), from Moscow to Vladivostok. Grey displays railway networks also operated by Russian Railways which are linked to the main Trans-Siberian Railway. OC
French map of Eastern Front of WW1 showing how far Central Powers (Germany and Austria-Hungary) advanced into Russia 1917/1918
Deployment of American, British, French & Russian troops across the globe
Azerbaijani territorial claims towards Armenia, Turkey, Georgia and Russia in Paris Peace Conference 1919
Advance of the French Army to Moscow
Ambitions & Plans of the Russian & French Empires in Europe (late 19th century, early 20th century)
Latitudes of the Northernmost and Southernmost territorial points of the 5 major world leaders (US, Russia, UK, China, and France)
LEROY-BEAULIEU(1893) p1.006 RUSSIA IN EUROPE
LEROY-BEAULIEU(1893) p1.097 RUSSIA IN THE 9th CENTURY
LEROY-BEAULIEU(1893) p1.115 RUSSIA IN THE 19th CENTURY
A Map of Europe - 1852
1932 Chinese Map of Tientsin (Tianjin or Tienjin), China - Geographicus - Tienjin-showa7-1932
Interesting, the US is the cats ass. And China / Russia is the brain. However Australia is just a wooly ball.
Paris -> Moscow only takes 1 more hour than Paris -> Moscow
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