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  Kids.Net.Au - Encyclopedia > Rise of Sweden as a Great Power
At the beginning of that year Charles had concluded an alliance with tsar Basil IV of Russia[?] against their common foe, the Polish king; but when, in 1611, Basil was deposed by his own subjects and the whole tsardom seemed to be on the verge of dissolution, Sweden's policy towards Russia changed its character.
The wars with Denmark and Russia had been almost exclusively Scandinavian wars; the Polish war was of world-wide significance.
In the eyes of the Swedish king, moreover, the Polish War was a war of religion.
www.kids.net.au /encyclopedia-wiki/ri/Rise_of_Sweden_as_a_Great_Power?title=Treaty_of_Altmark   (1481 words)

  
 HUNMAGYAR.ORG - TURAN - INGRIA
Ingrian Finns are represented in UNPO by Inkeri Liitto.
The Ingrian Finns have not been separated from the rest of the Finns since the census of 1939.
The destiny of the Ingrian Finns has been seriously affected by the location of the Russian-Swedish border on the Isthmus of Karelia after the Great Northern War, which separated them from the rest of the Finns.
www.hunmagyar.org /turan/finnu/ingrian.html   (1814 words)

  
  Rise of Sweden as a Great Power - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
At the beginning of that year Charles had concluded an alliance with tsar Vasili IV of Russia against their common foe, the Polish king; but when, in 1611, Basil was deposed by his own subjects and the whole tsardom seemed to be on the verge of dissolution, Sweden's policy towards Russia changed its character.
The wars with Denmark and Russia had been almost exclusively Scandinavian wars; the Polish war was of world-wide significance.
In the eyes of the Swedish king, moreover, the Polish War was a war of religion.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Rise_of_Sweden_as_a_Great_Power   (1507 words)

  
 www.inkeri.com
Ingrians were shipped off to prison camps or deported to Siberia and to central Russia.
The Ingrians were promised by Soviet auhtorities that they could return to their own region, but instead were deported to different parts of the Soviet Union.
The Ingrians are now living in different parts of the world, many in the western part of the former Soviet Union, i.e.
www.inkeri.com /english.html   (1831 words)

  
 List of Swedish wars
This is a list of wars fought by Sweden between 1521 and 1814:
Gustav III's Russian War[?] or ”Gustav III:s ryska krig” (1788-1790)
The War against England[?] or ”Kriget mot England” (1810-1812)
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/li/List_of_Swedish_wars.html   (179 words)

  
 Australian Information from Wikipedia
Ingria never formed a state; the Ingrians can hardly be said to have been a nation, although their "nationality" was recognized in the Soviet Union, and as an ethnic group the Ingrians died out together with their language.
Ingria became a Swedish dominion in the 1580s, was returned to Russia by the Treaty of Teusina (1595), and after the Ingrian War again ceded to Sweden in the Treaty of Stolbova (1617).
However, after the Swedish conquest the Ingrian Finns, descendants of 17th century Lutheran emigrants from present-day Finland became the majority among the "Finnish" population.
www.thinkingaustralia.com /thinking_australia/wikipedia/default.php?title=Ingria   (981 words)

  
 Dominions of Sweden
Russia ceded Ingria and southern Karelia to Sweden in the Peace of Stolbova[?] in 1617, following the Ingrian War[?].
Livonia was conquered from Poland by 1629 in the Polish War[?].
By the Treaty of Oliva[?] between Poland and Sweden in 1660 following the Northern War the Polish king renounced all claims to the Swedish throne and Livonia was formally ceded to Sweden.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/do/Dominions_of_Sweden.html   (642 words)

  
 UNPO
The Ingrian Finns population consists of 90,000 persons, many live in Carelia, in the central region of Russian, in Central Asia, in Finland and in Estonia, in Sweden, in Canada, in the USA and in Australia.
The project attempts to give the Ingrian people the hope of an alternative to emigrating to Finland, which is what many younger Ingrians hope for, despite their inability to speak the language (13,000 Ingrian Finns have already migrated to Finland, with another 7,000 expecting to follow).
The objective of the project is to provide employment in the Ingrians own lands with the perspective that it is better to stay on Ingrian home grounds and be employed than move to Finland and be unemployed.
www.unpo.org /member_profile.php?id=26   (1322 words)

  
 FAST-FIN-1 Finnish Institutions Papers
The Ingrians are descendants of Finnish-speakers who moved to the eastern shores of the Gulf of Finland after Sweden had annexed this area from Russia in the beginning of the 17th century.
Ingrians are usually seen in a positive light, but many take Ingrians for Russians because most of them speak Russian as their mother tongue.
Ingrians have come a long way in history; they have suffered from repression and have not been able to live according to their traditions and ethnicity.
www.uta.fi /FAST/FIN/HIST/en-ingim.html   (2686 words)

  
 CalendarHome.com - - Calendar Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The Ingrian War between Sweden and Russia, which lasted between 1610 and 1617 and can be seen as part of the Time of Troubles, is mainly remembered for the attempt to put a Swedish duke on the Russian throne.
The Russian tsar refused to commit his troops to battle and the war lumbered on until 1614, when the Swedes captured Gdov.
As a result of the war, Russia was denied access to the sea for about a century, despite its persistent efforts to reverse the situation.
encyclopedia.calendarhome.com /cgi-bin/encyclopedia.pl?p=Ingrian_War   (607 words)

  
 Category:Wars - Military History Wiki
War is a conflict involving the organized use of weapons and physical force by states or other large-scale groups.
Warring parties usually hold territory, which they can win or lose; and each has a leading person or organization which can surrender, or collapse, thus ending the war.
A war to liberate an occupied country is called a "war of liberation"; a war between internal factions within a state is a civil war.
www.militaryhistorywiki.org /wiki/Category:Wars   (227 words)

  
 History of Finland Summary
During the Great Northern War (1700–1721), Finland was occupied by the Russians, and the south-eastern part, including the important town of Viipuri, was annexed to Russia after the peace of Uusikaupunki.
During the Finnish War between Sweden and Russia, Finland was again conquered by the armies of Tsar Alexander I.
This was followed by the Lapland War of 1944-1945, when Finland fought against the Germans to force them to withdraw their forces from northern Finland.
www.bookrags.com /History_of_Finland   (6927 words)

  
 math lessons - List of Swedish wars   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The Swedish War of Liberation or Befrielsekriget (1521-1523)
Gustav III's Russian War or Gustav III:s ryska krig (1788-1790)
The War against England or Kriget mot England (1810-1812)
www.mathdaily.com /lessons/List_of_Swedish_wars   (270 words)

  
 The Red Book of the Peoples of the Russian Empire
The language of the Ingrians is not a separate language but consists of eastern Finnish dialects (the vernaculars of the Savo and southeastern dialects of Ingermanland).
A separate Ingrian diocese was formed in 1641 which already had in 1655, 58 Lutheran congregations, 36 churches and 42 parsons.
The oppression of the Russian language and milieu was neutralized by Lutheranism and the proximity of their mother country, Finland (as a grand duchy under the dominion of Russia from 1809--1917).
www.eki.ee /books/redbook/ingrians.shtml   (1813 words)

  
 Dominions of Sweden - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Russia ceded Ingria and southern Karelia to Sweden in the Treaty of Stolbova in 1617, following the Ingrian War.
By the Treaty of Oliva between Poland and Sweden in 1660 following the Northern Wars the Polish king renounced all claims to the Swedish throne and Livonia was formally ceded to Sweden.
Terra Scania, was ceded by Denmark in the latter and then successfully defended in the Scanian War (1674-1679).
www.arikah.com /encyclopedia/Dominions_of_Sweden   (778 words)

  
 Soome-Ugri Maailmakongress
Ingrian Finns have been surrounded by Russian culture and Russian language for 300 years but in spite of this – and also in spite of Stalin’s purges and deportations – the older generation managed to maintain the culture and the spirit of our people.
But the most important thing is that Ingrian Finns don’t have to be ashamed or afraid of their ethnic origin any longer.
Ingrian Finns, speaking two languages, uniting the cultures of two peoples, could serve as a bridge between Russia, Finland and Estonia.
kongress.ugri.info /eng/cat-274/cat-310/article_id-221   (804 words)

  
 World congress on language policies
Ingrians have settled this territory in XVII-th century.
Ingrian was taught at school till the middle of 30-th years of XX century.
During the II World War Votics as well as Ingrians were moved to Finland.
www.linguapax.org /congres/taller/taller1/Agranat.html   (537 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: Rise of Sweden as a Great Power
The Great Northern War See also: Great Northern War The victory at Narva Charles XI of Sweden had carefully provided against the contingency of his successors minority; and the five regents appointed by him, if not great statesmen, were at least practical politicians who had not been trained in...
See also: Ingrian War The Ingrian War, which lasted from 1610 to 1617, was initiated by Sweden against Russia in a final attempt to put a Swedish count on the Russian throne, but ended with a large Swedish territorial gain in the Treaty of Stolbovo See also The De la Gardie Campaign Dymitriads Mikhail...
See also: Thirty Years' War The victory of Gustavus Adolphus at the Battle of Breitenfeld (1631) The Thirty Years War was a conflict fought between the years 1618 and 1648, principally in the Central European territory of the Holy Roman Empire, but also involving most of the major continental powers.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Rise-of-Sweden-as-a-Great-Power   (4613 words)

  
 Osmanlı Tarihi Kültürü Medeniyeti Edebiyatı Sanatı
Polish-Muscovite War (1605-1618) was the name of series of wars (1605-1618) between the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and Muscovy, in the background of the Russian civil war (known as the Time of Troubles (1606-13)).
However, the sides and goals of this conflict changed several times during this conflict; the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth was not formally at war with Muscovy until 1609, and various Muscovy factions in the civil war fought between themselves, allied with the Commonwealth or fought against it.
The civil war raged on, as in 1607 the False Dmitrii II appeared, again supported by some Polish magnates and 'recognized' by Marina Mniszech as her first husband.
www.osmanlimedeniyeti.com /wiki/Polish-Muscovite_War_(1605-1618)_.html   (5138 words)

  
 Network Computing | Sneak Preview | Security | When the Front Line Is Breached, Ingrian i140 Puts Up a Good Fight | ...
In war, the defense of any given "dug in" location depends on the defense of an outer perimeter, or "crust." Once that outer defense is broken, a force can wreak havoc behind enemy lines.
According to Ingrian, the equation you can use to calculate the amount of space required is twice the field size plus 65, which means a standard 16-digit credit-card number would require 97 characters.
Ingrian discourages using a single box for both front-end and back-end applications, however, as it might hurt response times for your users.
www.networkcomputing.com /1303/1303sp3.html   (1109 words)

  
 Ingermanland
The term Ingrian is mainly used for the Izhorian population, but has also been used to describe the Ingrian Finns.
Amongst the western border of the Ingrian lands is the Finnish Gulf and Estonia.
In the 1580s, Ingrian belonged to Sweden until 1595 when it was given to Russia in the Treaty of Teusina.
facstaff.uww.edu /rambadtd/russiainbaltics/studentfile/Rose/paper.htm   (737 words)

  
 Polish-Swedish War - Enpsychlopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The Polish-Swedish Wars refer to a series of wars between Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and Sweden, in the wider meaning to the series of wars in which both Sweden and Poland participated between 1563 and 1721, in the narrower meaning to denote the two wars between 1600 and 1629.
The earliest of those conflicts in the 16th century is sometimes referred to as the Livonian War (1558-1583), the next are the wars of 1600-1629 which were twice interrupted by periods of truce and can be divided into the Polish-Sweden War of 1600-1611, Polish-Sweden War of 1620-1622 and the Polish-Sweden War of 1625-1629.
Having singed the Treaty of Stolbovo ending their Ingrian War with Muscovy in 1617 the Swedes, led by king Gustav II Adolf (Gustavus Adoplhus), who was hailed as saviour of Protestant Europe, turned their attention to the Commonwealth again.
www.grohol.com /psypsych/Polish-Swedish_War   (3116 words)

  
 Polish-Muscovite_War_(1605-1618) Information, Facts, Resources   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Polish-Muscovite War (1605-1618) is the name of the series of wars (1605-1618) between the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and Muscovite Russia (or Muscovy), in the background of the Russian dynastic crisis (known as the Time of Troubles (1598-1613).
The sides and their goals changed several times during this conflict; the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth was not formally at war with Muscovy until 1609, and various Muscovy factions fought among themselves, allied with the Commonwealth and other countries or fought against them.
In Polish historiography the wars are usually reffered to as the Dymitriady, and may or may not include the 1617-1618 campaign, which is sometimes reffered to as Chodkiewicz [Muscovite] campaign.
www.mbceo.com /index.php?title=Polish-Muscovite_War_(1605-1618)   (5873 words)

  
 History of Russia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Between the abolition of serfdom and beginning of World War I in 1914, the Stolypin reforms, the constitution of 1906 and State Duma introduced notable changes in economy and politics of Russia, but the tsars were still not willing to cede autocratic rule.
By the middle of 1915 the impact of the war was demoralizing.
As Russia was bogged down in civil war, the frontiers between Poland and Russia were not clearly defined by the postwar Treaty of Versailles and were further rendered chaotic by the civil war.
polaris.umuc.edu /~ogoga/History_of_Russia.htm   (10513 words)

  
 Drzewo Genealogiczne Rodziny Wajszczuków
The Polish-Muscovite War (1605–1618) is the name of the series of wars (1605–1618) between the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and Muscovite Russia (or Muscovy), in the background of the Russian dynastic crisis known as the Time of Troubles (1598–1613).
The sides and their goals changed several times during this conflict: the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth was not formally at war with Muscovy until 1609, and various Muscovite factions fought among themselves, allied with the Commonwealth and other countries or fighting against them.
Sweden also participated in the conflict during the course of the Ingrian War (1610–1617), sometimes allying itself with Muscovy, and other times fighting against it.
www.wajszczuk.v.pl /english/informacje_historyczne.htm   (1157 words)

  
 CalendarHome.com - - Calendar Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The Treaty of Stolbovo is a peace treaty of 1617 that ended the Ingrian War, fought between Sweden and Russia.
As word reached Russia that the Swedish war against Poland might soon be over, the Russians were quick to get negotiations going for real — knowing that they could not afford Sweden's renewal of the war effort on just one front.
After the war, the leader of the Dutch delegation, Reinald Brederode, was granted the title Baron and given the barony of Wesenberg (Rakvere) in Estonia by Gustavus Adolphus.
encyclopedia.calendarhome.com /cgi-bin/encyclopedia.pl?p=Treaty_of_Stolbovo   (539 words)

  
 Muscovite Russia - Guide to Russia History
Ivan III was the first Muscovite ruler to use the title of "Tsar", derived from "Caesar", and he viewed Moscow as the Third Rome, the successor of Constantinople, the "New Rome".
Through the defections of some princes, border skirmishes, and a long, inconclusive war with Lithuania that ended only in 1503, Ivan III was able to push westward, and Muscovy tripled in size under his rule.
Rather than risk their estates in more civil war, the great nobles or boyars cooperated with the first Romanovs, enabling them to finish the work of bureaucratic centralization.
www.guidetorussia.org /new/history/muscovite.html   (1057 words)

  
 INGRIAN FINNS Articles The Ingrian Finns (inkeriläinen or
The Ingrian Finns (inkeriläinen or inkerinsuomalainen) were the Finnish rural peasant population of Ingria, (now the central part of Leningrad Oblast).
The Ingrian Finns still constitute the largest part of the Finnish population of the Russian Federation.
The 20th century Soviet rule, and the German occupation (1941–1944) during the World War II were as disastrous for the Ingrian Finns as for other small ethnic groups.
www.amazines.com /Ingrian_Finns_related.html   (493 words)

  
 Great power information - Search.com
Although this proposal was defeated as first the British and then the Americans caved into the Australian defence of the White Australia Policy, their successful retention of Shandong and the German islands in the Pacific north of the equator indicated that they had attained the position of a non-white Great Power.
Again, after the Second World War in 1945, the United States, the Soviet Union, the United Kingdom, France and the Republic of China were formalised as the five powers with permanent seats and veto power in the UN Security Council.
The Congress of Berlin, a peace treaty to a comparatively minor war, included Turkey and Italy at the status of those mentioned in the Concert of Europe.
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