Tatars

Tatars (Tatar: Tatarlar / Татарлар, sometimes spelled Tartars) are a Turkic ethnic group in Eastern Europe and North Asia. The majority of Tatars live in the Russian Federation, with a population of 5.5 million, including 2 million in the republic of Tatarstan, 1 million in the republic of Bashkortostan and other 2.5 million in other regions of Russia. Significant minority populations are found in Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and Ukraine.

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Tatarian - Subgroups
... The majority of the Tatar population are Volga Tatars, native to the Volga region ... notable subgroups include the Crimean Tatars, Lipka Tatars and Astrakhan Tatars in Europe and the Siberian Tatars in Asia ...
Serving Tatars
... Serving Tatars (Tatar Cyrillic йомышлы татарлар, Latin Yomışlı Tatarlar Russian Служилые татары) were a class of ethnically ... Originally this class was formed Tatar nobles from Golden Horde and Tatar khanates that enjoyed membership of the Russian service class ... The elite of the Serving Tatars were those served as translators, scribes, clerks, ambassadors to Central Asian countries and so on ...
Crimean Tatar People - Distribution
... Today, more than 240,000 Crimean Tatars live in Crimea and about 150,000 remain in exile in Central Asia, mainly in Uzbekistan ... The official number of Crimean Tatars in Turkey is 150,000 other estimates are noted as being grossly exaggerated ... In the Dobruja region straddling Romania and Bulgaria, there are more than 27,000 Crimean Tatars 24,000 on the Romanian side, and 3,000 on the Bulgarian side. ...
Mstislav III Glebovich (Prince Of Chernigov) - His Life - Prince of Chernigov
... In the autumn of 1239, the Tatar horde advanced against Chernihiv along the northern shore of the river Seym ... When Mstislav heard that the Tatars were attacking the town, he came with his troops to confront them ... After Chernihiv fell on October 18, the Tatars pillaged the towns in the surrounding countryside ...