According to Russian historians, May 21, 2010, in the Gregorian calendar, marks 146 years since the end of the active phase of the First Russo-Caucasian War, which started around 1763, becoming the longest war in the history of mankind.
The war that once began as a Russo-Chechen War (Russo-Caucasian War usually refers to the period 1817-1864) has returned with its remarkable ferocity in December 11, 1994, evolving into the Second Russo-Caucasian War.
Historical reference of KC
After the Crimean War, the Caucasian (Russian Invasion) Army was brought, according to General Bulgakov, to 300,000 men. The enemy's decisive attack to get hold of the occupied territories on the mountainous areas of Chechnya has begun. The troops of General Yevdokimov forced to retreat the mujahideen under the command of Imam Shamil into the mountainous areas ...