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The Protocols of Zion and the roots of a racist forgery

Down the centuries Jewish people have been blamed for everything from the Black Death to the Russian Revolution. But rarely has such race hate found more cogent expression than in The Protocols of the Elders of Zion. The Protocols purports to be the verbatim...
From: Mathew Lyons on 28 Oct 2021

Officer of the Russian Ingermanland Regiment, 1757

 By Sergey Minchenkov of Historical costume storeland
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 11 Oct 2021

Making Sense of Recipes for Amulets and Natural Magic, Kabbalistic Style (Marginalia Included)

By Agata Paluch Among Jewish recipe books, both in manuscript and in print, a prominent place take manuals produced by the members of the educated rabbinic elite. For instance, one of the most famous rabbinic authorities and kabbalists of the seventeenth...
From: The Recipes Project on 7 Oct 2021

Life of Victor Hugo

A short, anonymously written biography of the famous French writer Victor Hugo, first published in 1888, transcribed by Stephen Basdeo in 2021. Victor in Poesy, Victor in Romance,Cloud-weaver of phantasmal hopes and fears,French of the French, and...

Meanwhile in the Ukraine

 A unique find in Ukraine - the preserved carriage of the field or siege cannon of the XVIII century - raised from the waters of the Dnieper near Khortytsya island. News article
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 24 Nov 2020

Fabergé and Purpurine

 Fabergé c.1900. Purpurine cherries,nephrite leaves, gold stalk, rock crystal pot.Peter Carl Fabergé is known the world over for producing elaborate jeweled fantasy eggs for the Russian royal family in the late nineteenth and early...
From: Conciatore on 9 Nov 2020

Seven years war Russian troops

 Tomas Karpinski has discovered some eye witness drawings of the Russian army of the Seven Years war. To see them go to his page where there are 3 pdfs Russian Polish and English language
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 15 Sep 2020

Russian 1763 infantry

Suzdal Infantry Regiment, 1763-1775. (summer-spring autumn option). This regiment was from 1763 commanded by Suvorov. Reconstructions by Sergey Minchenkov of Smolensk. Read about this regiment on Kronoskaf
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 27 Jul 2020

Horse grenadiers of the Great Northern War - Russian

More information here Клуб ВИР "Лейб-гвардии Преображенский...
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 31 Dec 2019

Catherine the Great 2019 trailer HBO

I don't watch much TV but I might watch this. Trailer here. 
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 30 Aug 2019

Princess Charlotte of Wales’ Russian dress, 1817

We recently ran a post on our Facebook page which shared images of Princess Charlotte of Wales in a blue Russian style dress. It proved really popular, so we thought we’d take the opportunity to look at the dress, and the portrait of Charlotte where...
From: All Things Georgian on 21 May 2019

Surviving and thriving, cheerful and imperturbable

The OUP bookshop on Oxford’s High Street marks International Women’s Day 2019. While in the UK the eighth of March often passes unnoticed, International Women’s Day is a national holiday in Russia, on which women regularly expect flowers...
From: Voltaire Foundation on 7 Mar 2019

Chatsworth’s Russian Coachman

This is the third in a series of blogs in which we have taken a closer look at some of the staff and servants of the Dukes and Duchesses of Devonshire. Today we’re taking a look at the 6th duke’s trips to Russia and concentrating on just...
From: All Things Georgian on 15 Jan 2019

GNW Russian cavalry in the snow

With Aleksandr Batov, Дмитрий Леин, Anton Stepanov and Sergey Minchenkov.
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 21 Dec 2018

Voynich’s The Gadfly: Exploring Connections between Revolutionary Russia and Ireland

By Anna Lively Picture of Ethel Lilian Voynich, 1901.Anglo-Irish writer Ethel Voynich’s The Gadfly (1897) is a dramatic story of revolutionary ambition and the fraught relationship between revolutionary movements and the Catholic Church. Set during...
From: Age of Revolutions on 10 Dec 2018

Fabergé and Purpurine

Fabergé c.1900. Purpurine cherries,nephrite leaves, gold stalk, rock crystal pot.Peter Carl Fabergé is known the world over for producing elaborate jeweled fantasy eggs for the Russian royal family in the late nineteenth and early twentieth...
From: Conciatore on 14 Nov 2018

STP - miniatures SYW Russians

Charactergul metal 28mms. Contact here
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 26 Aug 2018

Russian Seven Years War Marine - summer uniform

 It's not as often seen as a Great Northern War impression but this SYW Marine  by Sergey Minchenkov for Historical costume storeland is very good and I thought you might appreciate it.
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 7 Aug 2018

Muscovy's Soldiers: The Emergence of the Russian Army 1462-1689

This is a new paperback from Helion. Covering the age of transformation from an Eastern-influenced force to one more on Western lines. Also covers the transformation from bow to firearm. The book starts with the Muscovites influenced by the Mongol Golden...
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 1 Aug 2018

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