Yermak

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Yermak (1898 Icebreaker) - History
... Yermak was built for the Imperial Russian Navy under the supervision of Admiral Stepan Osipovich Makarov by Armstrong Whitworth in Newcastle upon Tyne ... after the famous Russian explorer of Siberia, Don Cossack ataman Yermak Timofeyevich ... Yermak had been used in winter of 1899–1900 to set up 1st radio communication link in Russia between Kotka and Gogland (Suursaar) island (distance 47 km) ...
Khanate Of Sibir - History - Conquest of The Sibir
... a raid on the Stroganov trading posts resulted in an expedition led by the Cossack Yermak against the Khanate of Sibir ... Kuchum's forces were defeated by Yermak at the Battle of Chuvash Cape in 1582 and the Cossacks entered Iskar later that year ... Kuchum reorganized his forces, killed Yermak in battle in 1584, and reasserted his authority over Sibir ...
Cossack Explorers - Alphabetical List - Y
... Yermak Timofeyevich* (1532–42 – 1585) Cossack ataman, folk hero Around 1577, the merchants Stroganovs, who were the main colonisers of the Urals, hired Yermak to protect their lands from attacks by the Siberian ... The Russians planned to attack Kuchum in his own land, and in 1581 Yermak penetrated into Siberia ... After a few victories over the khan's army, Yermak's Cossacks defeated Kuchum's main forces on the Irtysh River in a 3-day Battle of Chuvash Cape in 1582, forcing them to retreat to the steppes ...
Semyon Stroganov
... merchant from the family of Stroganov who financed Yermak's Siberian campaign in 1581 ... The information about his participation in the preparation of the Yermak expedition is contradictory ... Chronicle Semyon Stroganov appeared as the sole supporter of Yermak ...
Yermak Point
... Yermak Point (70°6′S 160°41′E / 70.100°S 160.683°E / -70.100 160.683Coordinates 70°6′S 160°41′E / 70.100°S 160.683°E / -70.100 160.683) is a coastal point in ... Expedition (1958) after the Soviet icebreaker Yermak ... public domain material from the United States Geological Survey document "Yermak Point" (content from the Geographic Names Information System) ...