It's In Our Hands Article by Temerev.

The efforts of Cossack national activists are aimed at restoring the rights of our people and have a long history. It is therefore unclear how much longer we are able to fight. At the very top of the Cossack elite, there is a saying that is best described as “Do not give into anything that is not Cossack!” They believe the recognition of the Cossacks as independent people, will lead to adverse political consequences, at the same time, no recognition will pose no threat.

Many Years to the Ataman of the Cossack Congress in America Iegor Brun de Saint Hippolyte!

The Cossacks organizations, stanitsi, and communities of the Congress would like to congratulate Ataman of the Cossack Congress in America Iegor Brun de Saint Hippolyte with his birthday today! We all wish you wisdom, health, and many years!

Stanitsa In The Name of Ataman Kaledina Held A Memorial Service For Combatants of Gallipoli

December 4th Celebrates the day of Mother Cossacks!

The Cossack Congress in America would like to thank and congratulate all mother Cossacks and wish them many years!

Congratulations To Ataman of The Stanitsa Nikolskaya On Becoming A Father!

Congratulations to Konstantin Samokhin, Ataman of the all Cossack Stanitsa Nikolskaya on becoming a father. His wife gave birth to a beautiful baby boy on the night of December 1st, 2014.

We wish Konstantin's family many years!

Cossacks In The Occupation by Temerev

When Cossack genocide is mentioned today, we usually remember the well-known executive order of January 24, 1919, followed by the practice of the physical extermination of the Cossacks. Prior to the adoption of this directive, and after its abolition, the flywheel of terror rotate, taking innocent lives of our people, even when it was not so apparent. Seeing the destruction further mobilized Cossacks to give their struggle a new purpose of surviving. This is the exact reason that the current Russian government has become more cautious in their statements in regards to the Cossack people.

Georgy Borisevitch Popoff reposed in the lord on November 24,2014

Georgy Borisevitch Popoff was born in Russia on Feburary 25, 1920. Throughout his life, Georgy has done much for the Cossacks. He was a member of the Leibgard Cossack Polk, and also a member of the Union of Cossacks which was founded in 1924 by Ataman Bogaievksy. Georgy was also a former Honorary Counsel of France in La Spezia.

Memory Eternal!

Edward Daniel Clarke's first impression of the Don Cossacks in the 18th Century

There is something extremely martial, and even intimidating, in the first appearance of a Cossack. His dignified and majestic look; his tall elevated brows and dark mustaches; his tall helmet of black wool, terminated by a crimson sack, with its plume, laced festoon, and white cockade; his upright posture; and ease and elegance of his gait—give him an air of great importance. We found them in considerable number at Kasankaia, lounging about their houses, and conversing in such large parties, that it seemed as if we were entering their capital.

Were the Cossacks a social estate class? By Alexander Piven Cossack historian.

In the modern day there is much mention of Russian and Ukrainian history, but genuine Cossack history seems to be of limited interest among historians. This lack of interest allows Russian historians such as Ilovaisky, Platonov, and others, to publish conclusions of Cossack history, which is then accepted as genuine Cossack History. Thus, people tend to believe that Cossacks are a social estate class.

Media office of the Eastern American Diocese: Video of Metropolitan Hilarion's 30th Anniversary of Episcopal Consecration and 80th Year Anniversary of the founding of the Eastern American Diocese

The Media office of the Eastern America Diocese has released the video from the celebratory Divine Liturgy of Metropolitan Hilarion's 30th Anniversary of Episcopal Consecration and 80th Year Anniversary of the founding of the Eastern American Diocese.

Click here for original article on the Cossack Congress in America website.

Click here for the original article on the Eastern American Diocese website.