Russia’s Mongolian / Tartar Roots

Why do “Russians” keep trying to steal Ukraine’s history?

Because they’re ashamed of their Mongolian / Tartar Roots.

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Helmets of Moskovian kings Ivan Grozny (XVI century) from Stokholm museum and Aleksandr Nevsky (XIII century) from Moscow museum There are inscriptions in Arabian “Allah Muhamad” and “Help from Allah and victory”

1 – Шлем Ивана Грозного, хранящийся в Королевском музее в Стокгольме. Арабскими буквами: “Аллах Мухаммад”.

2 – В музее московского Кремля хранится шлем Александра Невского с арабскими надписями: “Помощь от Аллаха и близкая победа”.



See also:

Muskovy lies about #History and the invented “Russian” people:

How Moscow Hijacked the History of Kyivan Rus:

2 thoughts on “Russia’s Mongolian / Tartar Roots

  1. Борис Романюк

    Is it your observation or official museum statement about inscriptions on the helmet. I have no problem with mongol roots of Russia, but I don’t really see “Allah” inscription on either helmet.
    I can’t attach the image of how “Allah” looks in Arabic , but I think you can easily find in on Google.

    1. Roman


      “After Uzbeg (Öz-Beg) assumed the throne in 1313, he adopted Islam as the state religion. He proscribed Buddhism and Shamanism among the Mongols in Russia, thus reversing the spread of the Yuan culture. By 1315, Uzbeg had successfully Islamicized the Horde, killing Jochid princes and Buddhist lamas who opposed his religious policy and succession of the throne. Uzbeg Khan continued the alliance with the Mamluks begun by Berke and his predecessors. He kept a friendly relationship with the Mamluk Sultan and his shadow Caliph in Cairo. After a long delay and much discussion, he married a princess of the blood to Al-Nasir Muhammad, Sultan of Egypt.”

      If I understand correctly, this is exactly what Catherine the Great and Peter I attempted to erase from history.


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