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RUSSIA and the Mongols

When I lived in Nazi Germany, Communist Russia was hated and feared as an Asian country controlled by a Jewish government. It was rather like the French attitude toward Spain: "Africa begins in the Pyrenees". The July 2002 issue of Pantologue is devoted to modern literature about the identity of the Russians and the Mongols. The whole concept of the Mongols and Mongol invasions is rejected. It was just a constant movement of Russians. Among the issues discussed are "Who were the Cossacks?", "Who were the Mongols?" The conclusion is that Russia is a huge country which still dreams of world domination. Russian scholars, as analyzed in Pantologue, put forward some very weird ideas. See the posting on the Russian academicians who propose a completely new chronology of history.

Ronald Hilton - 9/1/02