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    Russian Immigration

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    Russian Immigration In the 1990s the United States of America was marked with an incredible surge of immigration from the territories of former Soviet Union. “Liberated” émigrés decided to take a chance, leaving everything they had behind in pursuit of a better life. They brought with them education, numerous skills and talents. Their difficulties, however, including a foreign language, their age and inability to quickly adapt their social attitudes to new values, bogged down their feat to succeed

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    Russian Jews

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    Russian Jews To Russian Jews, the synagogue was the center of religion and religion was the most important thing in their lives. The rabbi was their leader, they came to him with every problem they had. Jews were poor, but they all gave tzedakah. It was said that even the poorest Jews could find someone poorer to help and give money to. According to the Jewish religion, tzedakah is one of the most important mitzvahs you can do. The same could be said about the Jewish holidays. They were observed

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    Russian Culture

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    “Russian Culture” When we hear the term Russian culture many Americans tend to have negative thoughts like the cold war, their government ruling with an iron hand, and the Red Scare. These thoughts do not do the justice to the Russian people or to their long history as a people dating back to INSERT DATE. One of the major themes throughout Russian history and this course is the idea that the Russian people value intangible things more than the tangible. The Russian people have a long rich heritage

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    a russian way

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    defeat of 1870, the Siege of Paris and the German march down the Champs Elysee. Britain was isolated in 1890. She had no allies or even friends on the continent. She had quarrelled with France over colonies in Africa and with Russia over a possible Russian threat to Persia and India. The Boer War of 1899-1902 showed how dangerous it was for Britain to have to friends on the continent. The Germans refused to sign an agreement with Britain and so Britain settled her differences with France in the Entente

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    Russian Composers

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    Russian composers are often mentioned in history as the most influential in the world. With style unlike any other, Russians are able to capture mood through a unique ability to capture exactly what they feel. Exactly how the Russians are able to do this is unknown, though through this, the greatest composers have turned out to be Russian. Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff and Shostakovich are all able to write and portray the most detailed feelings and moods, and it is to them that we owe the advancement

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    Values Of Russian Education

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    Values Of Russian Education ABSTRACT: The paper discloses changes in Russian education from a prospective which focuses on the culturology of education (Krylova 1994, 1995, 1996), a new trend in theories of education that is being constructed upon the established turf of philosophy of education. The culturology of education includes inquiry concerning both cultural values and pedagogical methodologies. It attempts to explain the whole complex of cultural, sociocultural, and multicultural problems

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    The Russian language belongs to the Indo-European family, along with other east Slavonic languages Belarusian and Ukrainian. The Russian language, fairly young, came from a common predecessor: Common Slavonic, which was divided as the Slavic people immigrated in around the 5th century AD. Brothers St. Cyril and St. Methodius, in 863 AD were sent to Moravia (currently the Czech Republic) to translate the Gospel into Slavic. This script was later known as the Glagolitic script. The old Cyrillic alphabet

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    Russian Mothers

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    Mother Love-Nurturing or Torturing? In Pavlova's novel titled “A Double Life” a story is told about the relationship between mother and daughter. Throughout the novel we see examples of strict discipline and harsh living conditions for the daughter. One example that we see how serious the mother s about how to raise a daughter is by making some decision for the daughter. We constantly that the mothers in this novel will choose when they go to sleep,with whom they play with. It even goes to the distance

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    Russian Culture Essay

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    Russian Culture Hernan Zuniga Flint Hills Technical College   Introduction Russia has been the largest country in the world. It stretches from Eastern Europe all the way to the shores of the Pacific Ocean (Magocsi, 2000). There are two parts to Russia. One part is present- day Russia which is inhabited by ethnic Russians (Magosci, 2000). The other part was once a part of the Russian Empire and then the Soviet Union (Magosci, 2000). Much of European Russia was part of Kievan Rus a medieval state

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    Russian Diplomacy

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    for this. First, Russia had just ended the Russo-Japanese War and had no room in their budget to help out Serbia. Second, They had already secretly made a deal with Austria Hungry to take Bosnia-Herzegovina in a trade for the Dardanelles. When the Russians found out that Austria-Hungry had double crossed them and went ahead with their move before they could take part in the deal they became furious with Austria-Hungry. Because of this, Russia left the Three Emperor's League. This league consisted

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