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That's just a single, but it is absolutely indisputable fact refutes the hypothesis of Fomenko that Emelyan Pugachev - the last king of Moscow Tartary. Moreover, in order to refute the assumption Fomenko use it quite as their own statistical methods. For example, you can analyze the statistics and context mention Tartary on European maps. That will be quite enough to make it clear: Tartary - geographical and not a political concept. I can cite a similar example in the history of very recent. Belarus is the founder of the United Nations on a par with the United States and the Soviet Union. What does this mean? Golf extensive fancy here, but the fact remains - the BSSR in 1945 was destroyed by the war Soviet republic with a predominantly agricultural economy, which has no sovereignty and not having any independent influence on international affairs. Just to Stalin for some reason it was necessary that the United Nations Organization made a formal co-founder of Belarus, and he achieved this.

The Progress of Philosophy: In the Past and in the Future by Samuel Tyler

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Author
Samuel Tyler
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Forgotten Books
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242
ISBN
9781330030646
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Paperback
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