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The Russian Revolution - Lenin speaking in Moscow, May 1920 http://simon-rose.com/books/etc/historical-background/

The Russian Revolution - Lenin speaking in Moscow, May 1920 http://simon-rose.com/books/etc/historical-background/

Russian sports couple took all the podium at the European Championships in Budapest Russian figure skaters Tatiana Volosozhar and Maxim Trankov for the third time in a row won the European Championships in figure skating, silver and bronze also went to the Russians.

Russian sports couple took all the podium at the European Championships in Budapest Russian figure skaters Tatiana Volosozhar and Maxim Trankov for the third time in a row won the European Championships in figure skating, silver and bronze also went to the Russians.

Vladimir Lenin, leader of the Bolsheviks, speaking at a meeting in Sverdlov Square in Moscow, with Leon Trotsky and Lev Kamenev adjacent to the right of the podium

Vladimir Lenin, leader of the Bolsheviks, speaking at a meeting in Sverdlov Square in Moscow, with Leon Trotsky and Lev Kamenev adjacent to the right of the podium

Vladimir Ilyich Lenin addresses a crowd in Moscow after the Russian revolution. Russian activist Leon Trotsky is on the right of the podium.

The story of the Russian revolution: from the archive, 16 March 1917

Vladimir Ilyich Lenin addresses a crowd in Moscow after the Russian revolution. Russian activist Leon Trotsky is on the right of the podium.

The two top spots on the podium at the ISU Figure Skating Grand Prix in the Russian Black Sea resort city of Sochi went to the home athletes.    ­Tatiana Volosozhar and Maxim Trankov enjoyed a confident lead after the short program, and even two falls in the free skate couldn’t prevent them from snatching the gold medals with 204.55 points.    The Russians also bagged the silver on the night, thanks to Vera Bazarova and Yury Larionov, who produced their best-ever free skate result.

The two top spots on the podium at the ISU Figure Skating Grand Prix in the Russian Black Sea resort city of Sochi went to the home athletes. ­Tatiana Volosozhar and Maxim Trankov enjoyed a confident lead after the short program, and even two falls in the free skate couldn’t prevent them from snatching the gold medals with 204.55 points. The Russians also bagged the silver on the night, thanks to Vera Bazarova and Yury Larionov, who produced their best-ever free skate result.

Designer Bella Potemkina presented on the catwalk luxurious dresses made in Russian style. The main star of the show was the daughter of the famous Olympic champion Tatiana Navka. 15-year-old Alexandra opened the show, coming to the main metropolitan podium in an elegant evening gown colors of the Russian flag.

Designer Bella Potemkina presented on the catwalk luxurious dresses made in Russian style. The main star of the show was the daughter of the famous Olympic champion Tatiana Navka. 15-year-old Alexandra opened the show, coming to the main metropolitan podium in an elegant evening gown colors of the Russian flag.

Jenny Meadows: ‘I almost retired because I didn’t think clean athletes could win’ The British 800m runner on being denied greater things by Russian doping cheats and the battle to make a living as well as return to the podium

Jenny Meadows: ‘I almost retired because I didn’t think clean athletes could win’

Jenny Meadows: ‘I almost retired because I didn’t think clean athletes could win’ The British 800m runner on being denied greater things by Russian doping cheats and the battle to make a living as well as return to the podium

Evgenia Medvedeva of Russia sings along to the playing of the Russian national anthem as she stands on the medal podium with her gold medal after winning the Women's Singles Free Program during day two of the 2016 Skate Canada International at Hershey Centre on October 29, 2016 in Mississauga, Canada.

2016 Skate Canada International - Day 2

Evgenia Medvedeva of Russia sings along to the playing of the Russian national anthem as she stands on the medal podium with her gold medal after winning the Women's Singles Free Program during day two of the 2016 Skate Canada International at Hershey Centre on October 29, 2016 in Mississauga, Canada.

Nico Rosberg celebrates winning the Russian Grand Prix with a leap on the podium - his seventh straight victory going back to 2015

F1 chief sits with Vladimir Putin after comparing him to Churchill

Nico Rosberg celebrates winning the Russian Grand Prix with a leap on the podium - his seventh straight victory going back to 2015

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