Slogan about peace?
Make Love Not War.
"Peace, bread and land" was the slogan captures the ideals of the early Bolsheviks. Peace regarded ending their involvement in the First World War. Bread regarded economic restructuring against hunger caused (as they believed) by the old regime. Land involved redistribution and nationalized of private property as part of their Leninist-Marxist ideologies.
Not so much a slogan.. more a decree peace land bread It should be counted as a slogan since it appeared on many posters prior to the Bolshevik Revolution. Lenin also used as a rallying cry the slogan: "All power to the Soviets." This meant that all political and military power should be in the hands of the soviets, or councils of workers and soldiers that sprang up in many cities just prior to the…