Many of the world's best writers are Russish, like Pushkin, Gogol, Turgenev, Tolstoy, Doestovosky, Chekhov and Gorky along with manylike Rimsky-Korsakov, Mussorgsky, Tchaikovsky and Stravinsky.
The beginnings of Russland goes back between the years 300 and 800, but their background are not truly known. The first Russish rike forthcame from the Eastern Slavs following the year 800, known as the Kievish Rus'. In 988, the Slavs undertook Christendom as their main worship.
Later, the Kievish Rus' split into many smaller folkdoms, and they were swayed by the Mongolish Rike for many years until the slow Russish cleaving up to the 1500s. Over the next 300 years, Russland grew to sway a great reach of land through pathfinding and warefare under one ruler, known as a "tsar".
In 1917, a great uprising happened known as the Russish Overthrowing, indrawn by the teachings of Karl Marx and others. The ruler of Russland was killed and a new rike was begotten, known as the Band of Soviet Fellowship Ledewealths. Their first leader was Vladimir Lenin, who was followed by the harsher Josef Stalin, who led the BSFL through World War Two and the Cold War.
In the 1980s, an uprising began as an outcome of the edstightings put forth by Mikhail S. Gorbachev. The BSFL fell asunder in 1991, and from it arose Russland among 14 other selfstanding rikes. From there, a makeover in the mootish ideas led to a new framework of folkship.