Invasion of Russia
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Invasion of Russia can refer to:
- Mongol invasion of Kievan Rus' (1223–1236), a series of invasions that resulted in the Rus states becoming vassals of the Golden Horde.
- Russo-Crimean Wars (1571), an Ottoman invasion that penetrated Russia and destroyed Moscow.
- Polish–Muscovite War (1605–1618), Poland gained Severia and Smolensk.
- Ingrian War (1610–1617), a Swedish invasion which captured Novgorod and Pskov.
- Swedish invasion of Russia (1707), an unsuccessful Swedish invasion.
- French invasion of Russia (1812), an unsuccessful invasion by Napoleon's French Empire and its allies.
- Invasion of Sakhalin (1905), an invasion and annexation by the Japanese.
- Eastern Front (World War I) (1914–1918), Russia ceded Ukraine, Belarus, and the Baltic states to Germany as the Russian Empire collapsed.
- Japanese intervention in Siberia (1918-1922), an occupation of the Russian Far East by Japanese soldiers during the Russian Civil War.
- Allied intervention in the Russian Civil War and the contemporaneous Polish–Soviet War (1919–1921), the Polish occupation of Belarus and West Ukraine.
- Operation Barbarossa (1941), a German-led invasion that started the Eastern Front of World War II.
- Kantokuen, an aborted plan for a major Japanese invasion of the Russian Far East during World War II.
- War of Dagestan (1999), a repulsed Chechen invasion of Dagestan.
- Polish invasion of Russia (disambiguation)
- Russian invasion (disambiguation)
- Soviet invasion (disambiguation)
- Russian Expeditionary Force (disambiguation)
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