Kuzma Minin

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Kuzma Minin (kanan) dengan pangeran Dmitry Pozharsky. Lukisan karya Mikhail Scotti (1850)

Kuzma (Kozma) Minin (Кузьма́ (Козьма́) Ми́нин; full name Kuzma Minich Zakhariev-Sukhoruky, Кузьма́ Ми́нич Заха́рьев Сухору́кий; lahir pada akhir 1570an - wafat pada 1616) adalah seorang saudagar Rusia asal Nizhny Novgorod, Rusia. Bersama dengan Pangeran Dmitry Pozharsky, ia menjadi pahlawan nasional atas jasanya dalam mempertahankan negara tersebut melawan invasi Polandia pada awal abad ke-17.[1][2][3][4][5]

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  1. ^ [...]Sigismund, changing his mind, demanded direct personal control of Russia and continued the Polish invasion (autumn 1610). This finally stimulated the Russians to rally and unite against the invader."
    from: "Troubles, Time of." Encyclopædia Britannica. 2006. Encyclopædia Britannica Premium Service. 12 June 2006 (accentuation added)
  2. ^ During the "Time of Troubles" (1598–1613), [Pozharsky] fought against the Poles, who, taking advantage of unstable political conditions, had invaded Russia. In 1611 he took command of a national militia formed on the initiative of the merchant Kuzma Minin of Nizhny Novgorod. With his improvised army he marched on Moscow (1612) and drove out the Poles, ending the effort of King Sigismund III to subjugate Russia.
    "Pozharski, Dmitri Mikhailovich, Prince Diarsipkan 2008-12-11 di Wayback Machine.", Columbia Encyclopedia, (accentuation added)
  3. ^ "Minin Kusma (?-1616) was a leader of the national liberating struggle of Russian people against the Polish invaders, one of the leaders of the second volunteer corps (1611–12) and a national hero."
    "Kuzma Minin Diarsipkan 2006-06-22 di Wayback Machine." at "History of Yaroslavl" by Yaroslavl State University
  4. ^ "Kuzma Minin was a Russian national hero. A butcher by trade, he was a key figure, together with Prince Dmitrii Pozharsky in the expulsion of the Poles from Moscow in 1612."
    Editorial note to Maksim Gorky, Maksim Gorky Selected Letters, p. 40, translated and edited by Andrew Barrat and Barry P. Scherr, Oxford University Press, ISBN 0-19-815175-6
  5. ^ "Dmitri Pozharski and Kuzma Minin are national heroes for their part in defending the Russian state from Polish interventionists in the early 17th century"
    editorial footnote in John Freedman, "The Major Plays of Nikolai Erdman", p. 112, Routledge (UK), 1995, ISBN 3-7186-5582-9