"What we consider to be history is just tales told by the winners."
300 years of the Roman-German yoke: how the Great Tartary lost and the Russian Empire arose Historian, author of the book "Masters of the Great Eurasian Empire" Dmitry Belousov tells about the event after which the powerful empire actually ceased to exist.
What can be said about the peasant uprising of Pugachev in the context of the existence of Great Tartary? Is the Pugachev uprising a local riot or a three-year war with the remnants of the Tartarian state, independent of the Romanovs?
What actually happened on the border territories of two states: Muscovy and Tartary? Why did Tartaria fail to advance towards Moscow?
Why did Pugachev change the method of warfare and how did this change its course?
What were the Romanovs afraid of?
Why did Tartaria lose?
What role did the betrayal of the allies play in this?
Who really was Emelyan Pugachev and did he really pretend to be Peter III?
How could an “illiterate Cossack” develop such complex military operations?
Why is Afanasy Nikitin's "Voyage across the Three Seas" written in Arabic script in Russian?
How to relate to Pushkin's "History of Pugachev"?
What did Pushkin find in closed archives?
How did the censorship work with his texts?
Why did the great poet hope that his descendants would supplement and correct his work?
How much longer will we study the tales written by the winners?
* Official History Version *
War territory - southeastern outskirts of Muscovy *
Exiles of Muscovy *
Forgotten facts and contradictions *
Destruction of Information. Oblivion *
Troops, their number, skill *
Distortions and omissions from the Romanovs *
Study of the two Pugachevs *
About Factories of Tartary in the Urals *
How it was in reality *
Tobolsk and the results of the won war
The Pugachev Uprising Part 1
The Pugachev Uprising Part 2