What positive impact did Russia have for Russia?
Russia had a positive impact on itself because without itself, it wouldn't be here to have an impact on itself.
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Economy: Stalin's impact on Russia can be divided into 5sections, economy, culture, nationality, the outside world andterror. Economically Stalin's impact is one of the most …miraculousin history. In a matter of only 13 years, Stalin reformed industryand built Russia into one of the world superpowers. The industrialbase created in the 1930's was used to out produce Nazi Germany inkey areas. This increase in production was made with the use of'Five Year Plans' to increase annual production. Agriculture: Stalin's introduction of collective farms,where he rounded up peasants and put them onto large farms in whichthey worked for their lives, ensured a steady food supply to allcities and a productive agriculture. This forced collectivizationwas almost impossible to achieve as quotas were too high inunfertile areas, which sold for low prices and taxed thecountryside and land.
it brought down the Russian Monarchy
It was a major event, ending the reign of Tsarist Russia and the creation of the Soviet Union.
Peter I (the Great) brought a lot of change to Russia. He wanted to westernize his country and make it more modern. He spent time traveling around Europe, observing what other… countries were doing differently. Here are a few examples of the things he changed: He made all the men shave their beards. Otherwise, they had to pay tax for having a beard! He made everyone wear western clothes and hold western-style parties. He gained control of the Russian church. He established schools in Moscow. Feel free to improve this answer! :)
They had a positive impact because, they think that they were stronger than everyone else. People to follow them and also it symbolize strength.
Russia is the northernmost country of Eurasia (Asia and easternEurope). Russia is in two continents and is the largest singlecountry in the world. The Ural Mountains are the …border between Asia and Europe. Russia(formerly the USSR) is on the continent of Asia/Europe in theNorthern hemisphere and comprises an area of 17,075,200 squarekilometers (6,591,100 square miles). It is considered a Europeancountry because of its culture. Russia was the primary republic ofthe Soviet Union, a confederation that included Afghanistan,Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, and several other countrieswhich were called Soviet Socialist Republics.
During World War I, Russia was one of the major contendors. However, toward the end of the war a civil war ensued and Russia opted out of WWI. Wartime DRASTICALLY changed Russ…ia. Not only did millions and millions die as a direct AND indirect result, but Russia's government changed hands as well (the late Soviet Union).. During World War II, Russia again played a key role. Only this time, there was no civil war to pull them out. Instead, Germany signed a non-aggression pact with Russia and the two promised not wage war on one another. Hitler naturally broke this promise and invaded Russia. At the end of Europe's theater of war, Russia claimed victory over Nazi Germany by capturing Berlin. But again, it does not end with death by warfare. Thousands of soldiers were killed by Russia's winter, being they were poorly equipped to deal with such weather. Millions were killed by the war. And millions more were killed because they were Jewish.. Did you know that Russia is the largest country, by land area, in the world?. ~Apple Juice
They centralized the government They were fierce, but allowed Russian people to follow their own religion. Russia was isolated from its neighbors in western Europe, so the…y had little access to new ideas or inventions. Mongols demanded two things: absolute obedience and massive amounts of tributes (payments)
It brought down the Russian Monarchy and had a change in the goverment.
The rivers helped with irrigation. They could be redirected whenfull to help with farming and producing enough food for the people.
Well, continentality is the tendency of land to experience a greater heat range than water since land has a lower heat capacity than water, SIBERIA then aids in the creation o…f monsoons over Southern Asia because of it's high pressure system in the winter (cold sinking air) and low pressure system in the summer (warm rising air).
Slavs not Slaves. Slavs are Slavic people living in eastern Europe, slaves were treated as sub-humans and sold as live-stock at live-stock auctions. The Slavic people were si…mply part of the European population then, and now.
In USSR in WW2
Tsar Nicholas II was the leader of Russia, its monarch. He was ahated leader for the reason of revolution. He impacted Russiabecause he wouldn't allow Russia to revolutionize …in 1905. This ledto the events of Bloody Sunday, in which hundreds of unarmedprotesters were killed by Nicholas' Imperial Guard at the WinterPalace. This is one reason he impacted Russia. The other was thatwith no revolution meant they had no real power in the East when atwar with Germany. They went to battle with pitchforks againstmachine guns... that's the extent he damaged Russia. He went tobattle with them of course, but the losses made him a scapegoat,and he was eventually target by the Bolshevist movement, kidnappedand his entire family executed. Nicholas II impacted Russia by avoiding revolution and being themain (regarded) reason for many military losses. There is anotherreason that you could look into which is the reign of Rasputin (Youmay have heard the name before but if not it's well worth lookinginto). He is regarded as an impact to Russia by the Tsar, and hisaffiliation with the Tsarina is a conspiracy but it showed somecracks in Nicholas' rule.
In Countries, States, and Cities
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In Cold War
The War was over.
There are many ways to get to Russia. Could you clarify your question. It can be by invitation, on a visa, etc.
In Roman Empire
The Byzantines impacted Russia through their religion, Orthodox Chritianity. Orthodox Chritanity spread to Bulgria when, Boris I a tsar of the First Bulgarian empire converted… to Orthodox Christianity in 864. Saints Cyril and Methodius, two Greek brothers who were sent to Bulgaria as missionaries by the Byzantine Emperor, devised the Glagolitic alphabet, the first alphabet to be used for Slavonic manuscripts and developed Church Slavonic, a liturgical language, in the late 9th century. Thus, they laid the foundation for the spread of Orthodox Christianity though Slav Eastern Europe by missionaries. In 998 Vladimir the Great, grand prince of Kiev, converted to Christianity in order to marry the sister of the Byzantine emperor and form an alliance with the Byzantines. He converted the Rus of Kiev and this propelled the Christianisation of all of Russia. When the Byzantine Empire fell to the Ottoman Turks, some Russian Orthodox people was Russia as the successor of this empire and nominated Moscow as the "Third Rome" (Constantinople, the capital of the Byzantine Empire had been called the "second Rome"). This was prompted by the marriage of Ivan III of Russia Sophia Paleologue, a niece of the last Byzantine emperor. According to the rules of European kingdoms, Ivan could claim to be the heir of the empire. However, the Byzantines did not allow automatic inheritance of the imperial title. Therefore, the "This Rome" claim was based on religion. Russia was to be the upholder of Christianity in the region after the fall of the Byzantine Empire to Muslims.