Title: The Battle of Poltova
|Date:||April 3, 2016|
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success of the battle opened Russia economically and politically to all European countries
to the west. The success of the Russian army in the Battle of Poltava helped to spark the
creation of a westernized, efficient nation.
The victory of the Battle of Poltava proved to Russia and all of Europe Czar Peter
I was a strong and determined leader...
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In the first years of his rule Peter learned about the
art of war from several small naval encounters with the Turkish on the Black Sea. These
skirmishes taught Peter the importance of defending his country and having a strong
military. When the Great Northern War began after Russia joined the European Alliance
against Sweden as a prominent power, the war was unfavorable for the Russian army...
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