NASA research of Earth-Moon mechanics by astrophysicist Robert Newton leads mathematicians of MSU to a breakthrough in the chronology of world history and Russia. The oversize ominous figure of Ivan the Terrible, with his 7 wives and 4 sons, allegedly ruling from 1530 to 1584, was a collation of 4 different real persons. The official history hides the struggle of dynasties and civil wars of the Great Strife. The first Ivan IV accessed the throne in 1547, when he was barely 16, conquered Kazan in 1552, fell mentally ill and died in 1553. The second Ivan IV (Dimitry, the elder son of the first) inherited the throne, and Russia was ruled by a custodian council of boyars until he died in 1563. The third Ivan IV (second son of the first) inherited the throne, and Russia again was ruled by a custodian council of boyars until his death in 1572. The fourth Ivan IV (Simeon Ivan III) ruled until 1584. The figmental figure of Ivan the Terrible was fed into Russian history by German historians. Guess why?
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|Size: ||2.4 MB|
|Date published: || 2016|
|ISBN: ||9781365504150 (DRM-EPUB)|
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