ON THE RELATIONS BETWEEN MOLDAVIA AND THE MUSCOVITE STATE IN THE XV-XVIII CENTURIES
Moldova's relations with Moscow occupy a very important place in the history of the Moldovan people. A modern historian cannot study the history of Moldova outside of these links. Bourgeois science, especially Rumanian science, if it was concerned with these questions, it was only in order to justify the aggressive policy of Rumanian imperialism. The articles and studies available in Russian also do not show the actual state of affairs, as they relate almost exclusively to church - religious relations. In addition, almost all Romanian and some Russian pre-revolutionary scholars mistakenly considered Moldavia as an inseparable part of Rumania.1 Soviet historical science quite correctly considers Moldavia as a country developing independently of Wallachia or Rumania.2 Our main task is to show the diplomatic and cultural ties between Moldova and Moscow and their importance for the history of both countries on the basis of various materials (scattered in the works of authors dealing with the history of Russia, Bessarabia, Moldova and Romania) and documents. The foundation of friendship was laid in the joint struggle of the Russian and Moldavian peoples against the common enemy of the Slavs and Moldovans-the German knights, in 1409-1410, when, according to some scholars," the vassal and allied princes of Moldavia, Wallachia and Bessarabia sent auxiliary detachments to Jagiella3, who participated in the Battle of Grunwald. Friendly relations between the Moldavian gospodars and the Grand princes of Moscow began under the Moldavian Gospodar Alexander the Good (1400-1432). In the second half of the 15th century, diplomatic relations were established between the governments of both countries.4 The southern Slavs were defeated in the Battle of Kossovo Pole (1389). Serbia, the stronghold on the path of Ottoman conquest, had fallen, and there were no Christian countries left in the south that could offer serious resistance to the Turks in the struggle for their freedom and inde ... Read more
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