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  1. Obra de Gottlieb Bodmer. La política del «vecino débil» prevaleció en la política rusa hacia la Cuestión Oriental entre 1829 y la guerra de Crimea . Sin embargo, en el ejército ruso y en el Ministerio de Exteriores existía un partido que apoyaba una política más agresiva tanto en el Cáucaso como en los Balcanes.

  2. In 1769–1772, a handful of Russian troops under General Gottlieb Heinrich Totleben fought against Turks in Imereti. The Russian troops retreated before a clash against the Turks.

  3. Heinrich Friedrich von Storch (1766–1835), Wirtschaftswissenschaftler; Fabian Gottlieb von Bellingshausen (1778–1852), Seefahrer und Offizier; Friedrich Joseph Haass (1780–1853), Mediziner; Friedrich Benjamin von Lütke (1797–1882), Marineoffizier, Weltumsegler, Entdeckungsreisender und Schriftsteller; Wladimir Iwanowitsch Dal (1801 ...

  4. Eduard Totleben, general and military engineer, hero of the Siege of Sevastopol (1854–1855) Kliment Voroshilov, Civil War commander, statesman, double HSU; Mikhail Vorotynsky, defeated the Ottoman and Crimean Khanate army in the Battle of Molodi, eliminating the threat of Ottoman expansion into Russia

  5. Baltic Germans played leading roles in the society of what are now Estonia and Latvia throughout most of the period from 13th to mid-20th century, with many of them becoming noted scientists, including Karl Ernst von Baer and Emil Lenz, and explorers, such as Fabian Gottlieb von Bellingshausen, Adam Johann von Krusenstern, Ferdinand von Wrangel and Otto Schmidt.

  6. La guerra dei sette anni si svolse tra il 1756 e il 1763 e coinvolse le principali potenze europee dell'epoca. Gli opposti schieramenti vedevano da un lato l'alleanza composta da Regno di Gran Bretagna, Regno di Prussia, Elettorato di Hannover, altri Stati minori della Germania nord-occidentale e, dal 1762, il Regno del Portogallo; dall'altro lato, la coalizione composta da Regno di Francia ...

  7. In 1769, as a diversion, the Russians sent Gottlieb Heinrich Totleben with a small expeditionary force south into Georgia. The Georgians defeated an Ottoman army at Aspindza in 1770. The siege of Poti on the Black Sea coast by a joint Russo-Georgian force in 1771 failed and Russian troops were withdrawn in the spring of 1772.