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  1. #161

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    Count Nikita Petrovich Panin (Russian: Ники́та Петро́вич Па́нин; 1770–1837), a Russian diplomat, vice-chancellor, State Chancellor 6 October 1799 – 18 November 1800 (acting) and Foreign Minister of Russia.


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    Prince (Reichsfürst - PRINCE OF THE EMPIRE) Platon Alexandrovich Zubov (Russian: Платон Александрович Зубов; November 26 1767 – April 19 1822) was the last of Catherine the Great's favourites and the most powerful man in Russian Empire during the last years of her reign. Upon Potemkin's death, Zubov succeeded him as the Governor-General of New Russia. As Fyodor Rostopchin reported to Semyon Vorontsov on August 20, 1795, "Count Zubov is everything here. There is no other will but his. His power is greater than that of Potemkin. He is as reckless and incapable as before, although the Empress keeps repeating that he is the greatest genius the history of Russia has known". HE IS A KEY FIGURE IN THAT PERIOD OF RUSSIAN HISTORY. HE WILL BE AN ENVOY.


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  3. #163

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    Russian army will be roughly researched because the main focus is on researching russian politicians.
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  4. #164

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    I will continue my research of the russian generals but for now I will focus my research on sweden...I heard that sweden was neither worked on nor researched...Denmark also.

  5. #165

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    ~Russian Army of the late 18th century~



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    Russian Imperial Garde du Corp horseguard 1790-1792:
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    Russian Infantry Uniforms in 1799, by P. Kosmolinskiy. Musketeer Regiments: 1) Kamensky (Arkhangelsk) Regt.; 2) Miloradovich (Apsheron); 3) Rehbinder (Moscow Grenadiers); 4) Major General Rehbinder (Azov); 5) Walecki (Butyrsky); 6) The second-Baranovsky
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    Officer of the Life Guards Cavalry Regiment, 1797-1799.
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    Tsar Paul I (Russian: Па́вел I Петро́вич; Pavel Petrovich; 1 October 1754 – 23 March 1801)

    He ruled Russia from 1796 to 1801.
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    Tsar Alexander I (Russian: Александр Павлович, Aleksandr Pavlovich; 23 December 1777 – 1 December 1825)

    He reigned as Emperor of Russia from 23 March 1801 to 1 December 1825.

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    I chose this picture because he was only 24 years old when he inherited the throne. This is him in 1801.


    Story
    A conspiracy was organized, some months before it was executed, by Counts Peter Ludwig von der Pahlen, Nikita Petrovich Panin, and the half-Spanish, half-Neapolitan adventurer Admiral Ribas. The death of Ribas delayed the execution. On the night of 23 March 1801, Paul was murdered in his bedroom in the newly built St Michael's Castle by a band of dismissed officers headed by General Bennigsen, a Hanoverian in the Russian service, and General Yashvil, a Georgian. They charged into his bedroom, flushed with drink after supping together, and found Paul hiding behind some drapes in the corner. The conspirators pulled him out, forced him to the table, and tried to compel him to sign his abdication. Paul offered some resistance, and one of the assassins struck him with a sword, after which he was strangled and trampled to death. He was succeeded by his son, the 23-year-old Alexander I, who was actually in the palace, and to whom General Nikolay Zubov, one of the assassins (mastermind actually), announced his accession, accompanied by the admonition, "Time to grow up! Go and rule!"
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    St. Michael's Castle (Russian: Миха́йловский за́мок, Mikhailovsky zamok)
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    ~Rossiyskaya Imperiya~


    Naval ensign:


    Imperatritsa: Yekaterina II (1729 - 1796)
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    Vysshiy sovet:

    1. Imperskiy kantsler: Ivan Andreyevich Osterman (1725 - 1811)
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    2. Prezident Kamer-kollegii: Mikhail Mikhailovich Shcherbatov (1733 - 1790)
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    3. General-prokuror: Aleksandr Alekseyevich Vyazemskiy (1727 - 1793)
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    4. Prezident kolledzha voyny: Grigoriy Aleksandrovich Potemkin (1739 - 1791)
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    5. Prezident Admiralteystv-kollegii: Pavel Petrovich (1754 - 1801)
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    Kandidaty:

    1. Aleksandr Andreyevich Bezborodko (1747 - 1799)
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    2. Aleksandr Nikolaevich Samoylov (1744 - 1814)
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    3. Aleksey Borisovich Kurakin (1759 - 1829)
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    4. Nikolay Ivanovich Saltykov (1736 - 1816)
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    5. Ivan Logginovich Golenishtchev-Kutuzov (1729 - 1802)
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  8. #168

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    ~Russian naval commanders~

    Ivan Grigor'yevich Chernyshyov (1726 - 1797) was a Russian Field Marshal and General Admiral.
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    Illarión Afanás'yevich Povalíshin (1739 - 1799)
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    Vasiliy Yakovlevich Chichagov (1726 - 1809)
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    Samuil Karlovich Greig (1736 - 1788)
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    Grigoriy Andreyevich Spiridov (1713 - 1790)
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    Aleksey Naumovich Senyavin (1716 - 1797)
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    Fyodor Fyodorovich Ushakov (1745 - 1817)
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    As full admiral in 1798.


    Aleksey Grigor'yevich Orlov-Chesmenskiy (1737 - 1808)
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    Nikolay Semyonovich Mordvinov (1754 - 1845)
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    Pavel Vasil'yevich Chichagov (Russian: Па́вел Васи́льевич Чича́гов; 1767 - 1849)
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    Pavel Vasil'yevich Chichagov in 1804.


    Karl Heinrich Nikolaus Otto von Nassau-Siegen (1743 - 1808) - worst Russian naval commander.
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    Ivan Logginovich Golenishtchev-Kutuzov (1729 - 1802)
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  9. #169

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    ~Russian military commanders~

    Aleksandr Vasil'yevich Suvorov (1730 – 1800)
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    Pyotr Aleksandrovich Rumyantsev-Zadunaiskiy (1725 - 1796)
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    Nikolay Vasil'yevich Repnin (1734 - 1801)
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    Iosif Andreyevich Igelström (1737 - 1823)
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    Valerian Aleksandrovich Zubov (1771 - 1804)
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    Mikhail Fedotovich Kamenskiy (1738 - 1809)
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    Iosif Mikhaylovich Deribas (1749 - 1800)
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    Levin August von Bennigsen (1745 - 1826)
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    Semyon Zorich Gavrilovich (1745 - 1799)
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    Kirill Grigor'yevich Razumovskiy (1728 - 1803) - was field marshal in 1764.
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    Valentin Platonovich Musin-Pushkin (1735 - 1804)
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    Mikhail Nikitich Krechétnikov (1729 - 1793)
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    Ivan Varfolomeevich Lamb (1764 - 1801)
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    Fyodor Fyodorovich Booksgevden (1750 - 1811) was much more important in later years like the battle of Austerlitz 1805.
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    Ivan Petrovich Saltykov (1730 - 1805)
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    Ivan Ivanovich Hermann von Fersen (1740 - 1801)
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    Yuriy Vladimirovich Dolgorukov (1740 - 1830)
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    Sergey Nikolaevich Dolgorukov (1769 - 1829)
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    Vasiliy Stepanovich Popov (1743 - 1822)
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    Fyodor Orlov (1741 - 1796)
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    Pyotr Aleksandrovich Tolstoy (1769 – 1844)
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    Fyodor Boremskiy (1746 - 1805)
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    Pyotr Khrisanfovich Obolyaninov (1752 - 1841)
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    Pavel Dmitriyevich Tsitsianov (1754 - 1806)
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    Pyotr Vasil'yevich Lopukhin (1753 - 1827)
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    Andrey Ivanovich Vyazemskiy (1750 - 1807)
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    Yakov Aleksandrovich Bruce (1732 - 1791)
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    Mikhail Illarionovich Golenishchev-Kutuzov (1745 - 1813)
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    Mikhail Illarionovich Golenishchev-Kutuzov in 1788.


    Pyotr Alekseevich Palen (1745 - 1826)
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    Christopher I. Benkendorf (Christoph von Benckendorff; 1749 - 1823)
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  10. #170

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    Thank you for your research, it will be definitely useful when comes to creating historical persons for Russia.
    Don't know if I missed him in the posts above, but this general had same importance like Suvorov - Pyotr Rumyantsev https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pyotr_Rumyantsev.

  11. #171

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    Quote Originally Posted by oleg2242
    Thank you for your research, it will be definitely useful when comes to creating historical persons for Russia.
    Don't know if I missed him in the posts above, but this general had same importance like Suvorov - Pyotr Rumyantsev https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pyotr_Rumyantsev.
    At the time I created the list I wasn't informed by Quintus Hortensius Hortalus about the ability to add ALL generals, admirals, envoys etc., I thought you could have only as many as there are at the beginning of the campaign. I am not finished with the research of Russia, Sweden, Denmark, Poland, Spain (currently adding priest and grand inquisitors). I will update my research from time to time. I tried creating portraits through Quintus' tutorials but it takes so much time and I think researching is much more important, I have already read hundreds of biographies and texts about political systems, so it is best to leave it to me because I try to be as accurate as possible. This is coming from a perfectionist. After Spain I will research probably Portugal. After I'm done I might even research Britain or France just to make sure everything is correct. Now, if you'll excuse me, I will continue reading Spanish. I did list him in the previous threads.
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    ~Russian envoys~

    Otto Magnus von Stackelberg (1736 - 1800) was ambassador to Poland (1772 - 1790).
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    Aleksandr Borisovich Kurakin (1752 - 1818)
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    Semyon Romanovich Vorontsov (1744 – 1832) was ambassador to Britain (1784 - 1800).
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    Yakov Ivanovich Bulgakov (1743 - 1809) was Catherine's emissary to Constatinople in the 1780s.
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    Stepan Alekseyevich Kolychёv (1746 - 1805)
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    Dmitriy Mikhaylovich Golitsyn (1721 - 1793) was ambassador to Austria (1761 - 1792).
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    Yakov Efimovich Sivers (1731 - 1808) was envoy to Poland.
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    Petr Vasilyevich Bakunin (1735 - 1786)
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    Andrey Kirillovich Razumovskiy (1752 - 1836)
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    Karl Magnus Osten-Sacken (Karl Ivanovich, 1733 - 1808)
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    Aleksey Kridener (1746 - 1802)
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    Ivan Matveyevich Muravyov-Apostol (1762 - 1851)
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    Arkadiy Ivanovich Morkov (1747 - 1827)
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    Nikolay Petrovich Rumyantsev (1754 - 1826)
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    Ivan Matveevich Simolin (1720 - 1799)
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    Viktor Pavlovich Kochubey (1768 - 1834)
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    Aleksandr Semenovich Tails (1753 - 1820)
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    Andrey Kirillovich Razumovskiy (1752 - 1836)
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    ~Russian gentlemen~

    Ivan Ivanovich Betskoy (1704 - 1795)
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    Andrey Timofeyevich Bolotov (1738 - 1833) was the most prolific memoirist and the most distinguished agriculturist of the 18th-century Russian Empire.
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    Nikolay Aleksandrovich Lvov (1753 - 1803)
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    Nikolay Ivanovich Novikov (1744 - 1818)
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    Stepan Yakovlevich Rumovskiy (1734 - 1812) - was a Russian astronomer.
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    Count Apollos Apollosovich Musin-Pushkin (1760 - 1805) - is a Russian scientist from the Musin-Pushkin family, known for his works in the field of chemistry, mineralogy, physics and botany.
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    Mikhaíl Fodorovich Sóymonov (1730 - 1804)
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    Aleksey Ivanovich Musin-Pushkin (1744 - 1817)
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    Pyotr Simon Pallas (1741 - 1811)
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    ~Russian bishops~

    Pyotr Petrovich Petrov-Shaposhnikov (1730 - 1801) - Archbishop of St. Petersburg and Revel.
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    Vasiliy Petrovich Petrov (1728 - 1802) - Archbishop of Tobolsk and Siberia.
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    Andrey Ivanovich Podobedov (1742 - 1818) - Archbishop of St. Petersburg, Estland and Vyborg.
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    Maliczkiy Ioannicius (1727 - 1799)
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    Pyotr Georgiyevich Lévshin (1737 - 1812)
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    Stefan Sergeyevich Aleksandrovskiy (1747 - 1824)
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    Simeon Mislavskiy (1731 - 1796)
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    Grigory Banulesku-Bodoni (1746 - 1812)
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    Pyotr Ivanovich Lyubarskiy (1738 - 1811)
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    Andrey Petrovich Kelembet (1745 - 1825) - Archbishop of Tobolsk and Siberian.
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    Vasiliy Grigor'yevich Putsek-Grigorovich (1706 - 1785)
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    Grigoriy Osipovich Konisskiy (1717 - 1795)
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    Zakhariy Stepanovich Val'kevich (1719 - 1793)
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    Nikiforovich-Polonskiy (1742 - 1819) - Archbishop of Podolskiy and Bratslav.
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    Amfilokhiy Leontovich (1729 - 1799)
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    Moshchanskiy Aleksey Grigor'yevich (1745 - 1824)
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    Vasiliy Ivanovich Vereshchagin (1736 - 1799)
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  15. #175

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    Let me deal with the opportunity to implement in-game script emigre corps in the service of other factions. For example, the French corps of Prince Condé, consisting of a grenadier, an equestrian elite detachment and artillery calculation, with averages of experience. Such a “character” can arise on the territory of several or one faction and on the screen a player could be given the choice to accept or reject this small army as their own army in a certain year after the French Revolution (or rather, after the revolution in France). On the other hand, something similar comes to mind if we recall the practice of "gifts" from the side of states to other imperial surnames in the form of live grenadier regiments, in particular ..

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    Are you interested in joining the IS team?
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    I just would like to interact and provide any assistance for development. And I will be happy to assist. But I have very little knowledge of the era of the 18th century in military history, unfortunately. I am happy to help, no doubt.

    All of these questions concern several immigrant foreign regiments in the service of the Russian Empire::

    French Noble Prince Conde Regiment
    Corps of Duke of Bourbon
    German infantry Duke Hohenlohe (later - Duran) regiment
    Noble Duke de Berry dragoon regiment
    Herzog d'Angien dragoon regiment

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    No worries, if you want to add your input, oleg2242 is the person primarily responsible for modding Russia. Please contact him.
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    Late era faction description by Cro_Hunger999 added in the OP.

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    Some observations on the Russian flag in RoR: After Russia turns republican (as it has a "president" now as head of state), the flag becomes something (beautiful but) rather representing the old tsarist order than the spirit of the new. That doesn't seem intended. (And at the start of the game the Russian flag appears blackened out, as Saxony's does, but that's certainly well known.)

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