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1941—Blockade of Leningrad started
The circle of blockade closed up and three million of people were doomed to hunger and cold in the city.Every third one died.

1380— Kulikovo Battle
In 1380 Russian forces headed by the Great Moscow and Vladimir Prince Dmitry Ivanovich fight against the Mongolian and Tatar invaders of Mamay. The battle ends with the victory over usurpers thus starting the elaboration of the Russian and other peoples from the Tatr yoke.









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