- Time travels in the late 17th century and strict state control in the frightening 1930s are recalled in tonight’s Historama.
- WWII’s most popular tank, which proved to be a game-changer for USSR forces, and the leader that turned into the most common character in Soviet political jokes are recalled in tonight’s Historama.
- Two masters of Russia's avant-garde, first night of Moscow’s first Gypsy theater and sad fate of Stalin’s personal bodyguard are recalled in tonight’s Historama.
- The start of a beautiful Russo-British friendship and the birth of Russia’s most popular dictionary made this day in Russian history.
- A 19th-century arcade right across the Kremlin on Red Square, the noblest rebellion against autocracy in Russia, and conquering the ice of the South Pole are among the events marking December 14.
December 14, 2009 21:20
- Jewish population pushed from Russia and first-ever tribute to anti-Soviet general are remembered in tonight’s Historama.
- Tonight’s history show recalls the day Russia introduced its current Constitution, and celebrates the birthday of a prominent Russian writer and historian.
- A holiday to praise the Motherland’s heroes and a decree turning peasants into slaves are remembered in tonight’s Historama.
- The last meeting of Soviet leaders and elimination of intermediate-range nuclear forces are in the spotlight of tonight’s Historama.
- A deadly phone call that caused a plane crash and the bloody fights that brought Peter the Great’s daughter to the throne are recalled in tonight’s Historama.
- A blast that destroyed the world’s largest Orthodox church and the launch of the first nuclear icebreaker are recalled in tonight’s Historama.
- USSR's first collective farms and Ukraine's outstanding young painter made this day in Russian history.
December 02, 2009 22:06