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Das siebte Accept-Longplay Russian Roulette" enterte 1986 die Ohren der Fans und setzte sich sofort dort fest. Mit den Tracks "Heaven Is Hell", "Walking In The Shadows", "TV War" und "Monsterman" gab der Fünfer aus Solingen die gewohnt kernige Ware der IG Schwermetall zum Besten - ein empfehlenswertes Album für Fans von Atemlosigkeit!"

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Accept - Russian Roulette
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Accept - Russian Roulette
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Cherry Red Records Accept: Russian Roulette Metall
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Cherry Red Records Accept: Russian Roulette Metall
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Mikhail Nesterov
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Mikhail Vasilyevich Nesterov was a leading representative of religious Symbolism in Russian art. He studied under Pavel Tchistyakov at the Imperial Academy of Arts, but later allied himself with the group of artists known as the Peredvizhniki. His canvas The Vision of the Youth Bartholomew (1890 91), depicting the conversion of medieval Russian saint Sergii Radonezhsky, is often considered to mark the inauguration of the Russian Symbolist movement. From 1890 to 1910, Nesterov lived in Kiev and St Petersburg, working on frescoes in St. Vladimir's Cathedral and the Church on Spilt Blood, respectively. After 1910, he spent the remainder of his life in Moscow, working in the Marfo-Mariinsky Convent. As a devout Orthodox Christian, he did not accept the Bolshevik Revolution but remained in Russia until his death, painting the portraits of Ivan Ilyin, Ivan Pavlov, Ksenia Derzhinskaia, Otto Schmidt, and Vera Mukhina, among others

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The Putin Paradox: An attempt to shed light on ...
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Russia is an enigma. In the western hemisphere, respectively the countries of the European Union and USA, it produces a lot of suspicion and resentments. Its vast spatial dimensions, in terms of size, its controversial history and its stubborn focus on sovereignty, when it comes to foreign policy and the international community, are the most prominent sources for difficulties of understanding. In addition, the Russian people liketo sustain a hint of mystery themselves, in claiming that no other nationality can understand them. Apart from stereotypes and prejudices about typical Russian people and characteristics, there are a handful of assumptions one encounters that cling to public opinion about Russia s political landscape.This work will treat the Russian political system as a contemporary phenomenon. Let us assume all of those assumptions are held true, why does the Russian population still accept those deficits? The fact that the circumstances can be that unpromising, and not many people try tochange something, leaves many spectators speechless. Where does the popular support of society for President Putin come from? Which is the source of stability? Why were the civil opposition movements in 2012/2013 mostly ignored by the majority? What are the reasons for the lack of proneness to protest? Do Russians perceive the political system differently, do they maybe put another focus? Or do they simply fear oppression?The central question, which will be answered, consequently reads "Why does the Russian population supports Putin s political system and regime?"

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Mikhail Nesterov
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Mikhail Vasilyevich Nesterov was a leading representative of religious Symbolism in Russian art. He studied under Pavel Tchistyakov at the Imperial Academy of Arts, but later allied himself with the group of artists known as the Peredvizhniki. His canvas The Vision of the Youth Bartholomew (1890 91), depicting the conversion of medieval Russian saint Sergii Radonezhsky, is often considered to mark the inauguration of the Russian Symbolist movement. From 1890 to 1910, Nesterov lived in Kiev and St Petersburg, working on frescoes in St. Vladimir's Cathedral and the Church on Spilt Blood, respectively. After 1910, he spent the remainder of his life in Moscow, working in the Marfo-Mariinsky Convent. As a devout Orthodox Christian, he did not accept the Bolshevik Revolution but remained in Russia until his death, painting the portraits of Ivan Ilyin, Ivan Pavlov, Ksenia Derzhinskaia, Otto Schmidt, and Vera Mukhina, among others

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Vsevolod II of Kiev
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Vsevolod II Olgovich (Russian: II ) (? - August 1, 1146), Kniaz' (Prince) of Chernigov (1127-1139) and Velikiy Kniaz (Grand Prince) of Kiev (1139-1146), son of Oleg Svyatoslavich, Kniaz' (Prince) of Chernigov. Vsevolod married Maria, the daughter of Grand Duke Mstislav of Kiev. They had two sons and two daughters: Though he had two sons, Vsevolod's chosen successor was his brother, Igor, and he obtained pledges from his subjects to accept Igor as his heir. According to one account, Vsevolod even had the Kievans kiss the Holy Cross and swear loyalty to Igor, which they resented. Shortly before his death, Vsevolod became a monk under the name Gavriil.

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