Who was the Russian ruler who threw off the rule of the Mongols?
Ivan the great
The Russian revolution was an important event in the Russian revolution. It created many changes in countries especially in India.it created the sense to enjoy the basic rights of the people.till then the Russian empire was ruled by an autocratic ruler named tsar nicholas ii.the Russian revolution stopped the rule of the tsars.then came the rule of democracy.so it was an amazing historical event.
Dmitry Donskoy (1350-1389) was the Russian prince who defended Moscow against the Tatars in 1378, who nonetheless re-established their rule over Russia during his reign. It took another century, until 1480, for Muscovy to break the hold of the Mongols, doing so under the rule of Ivan III (father of Ivan the Terrible).
Two Impacts the Mongols had on China was the Complete reunification of China; having conquered Xixia, the Jin, Kara-Khitai and Song Dynasty. The Mongols also brought cultural influences from the Middle East into China such as surgery and astronomy. For Russia the Mongol Conquest created a political system which eventually would result in the creation of a Russian state under Moscow. This was done by the Mongols entitling Certain Russian leaders to be their tax…
The main cause of the Russian Civil War was the previous Russian Revolution. The Russian Revolution was caused by poor treatment of the peasants and factory workers under the rule of Tsar Nicholas II. These poor conditions created two revolutions, one in February and one in October, named after their respective months. When the new government, called the Provisional government, threw out democratic rule and opted for a dictatorship of the proletariot, the Russian Civil…
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 they had little access to new ideas or inventions. Mongols demanded two things: absolute obedience and massive amounts of tributes (payments)