Russian and Chechnyan conflict

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History

 

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Arthur T

 

Date added:

January 14, 2012

 

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University

 

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A

 

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3 / 830

 

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They failed to take over Chechnya and other areas of the Caucasus because the Ottoman Empire had conquered them. The Chechens converted to Islam when they became under the Ottomans rule. Russia still did not give up. It made stronger attempts to invade the area and finally forced the withdrawal of the Ottomans by 1785...
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In 1877,1920,and 1929 the Chechens made unsuccessful rebellion attempts against the czars and later Soviet powers. Their main goal behind this was to resist unification, anti-religion campaigns, and Russification. By 1994, relations between the Chechnya's government and the Russian government became much worse than before...
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