The Issue with Russian Tartary (History: Fiction or Science?) - Anatoly Fomenko, Gleb Nosovskiy [pdf]
Great Tartary was, according to British Encyclopedia History, edition of 1771, the biggest state in the world. This enormous state has disappeared without a trace from all subsequent editions of Britannica. Clerical mistake? An enigma clouded in mystery?
Fomenko asserts that there was no such thing as the Tartar and Mongol invasion followed by three centuries of slavery, providing a formidable body of documented evidence to prove his assertion. The so-called "Tartars and Mongols" were the actual ancestors of the modern Russians, living in a bilingual state with Arabic spoken as freely as Russian. The ancient Russian state was governed by a double structure of civil and military authorities.
The Horde in old Russian means an army. The 'Hordes' were actually professional armies with a tradition of lifelong conscription (the recruitment being the so-called "blood tax"). Their "invasions" were punitive operations against the regions that attempted tax evasion.
Fomenko proves that Russian history as we know it today is a blatant forgery concocted by a host of German scientists brought to Russia by the usurper dynasty of the Romanovs.
English historians rage at the suggestion that the history of Ancient England was de facto a Byzantine import transplanted to the English soil by the fugitive Byzantine nobility. To reward the English historians who consider themselves the true scribes of World History, the cover of the book "History: Fiction or Science?" portrays Tintoretto's Jesus Christ crucified on the Big Ben.
Paperback: 240 pages
Publisher: Independently published (September 18, 2017)