Neither lose nor gain.
Russia was not an ally of Germany in World War 1.
== == Russia and Germany were never allies during World War I. They were on opposite sides from the beginning.
There are various reasons why Russia went to World War 1. They wanted to gain control of the world as they felt threatened by the growing German power.
Italy lost its territories in World War 2 as they lost the war.
Poland and finland
They technically surrendered, after backing out before the war ended.
No - none at all. Russia was defeated by Germany in 1917-18.
Baltic Poland, Bessarabia
you have nothing to lose or to gain
No. Russia joined the war. However, the did try to get out of the fighting after three years due to the high casualities and lack of money for the Russia populace.
Two in its last twenty years of being the Russian Empire: The Ruso-Japanese War and World War I.
it was the russo japan war something like that but Im not sure
World War I was extremely costly for Russia, and support was waning among the Russian people. When Russia withdrew from the conflict, it lost nearly all of the territory it had seized since the 1700s.
i think its serbia but im not sure.
1.7 million soldiers died.
It didn't gain any land. It did lose a lot of land, though.
Japan won the battles, but lost the war (A-bomb).
Russia backed out of the war before it ended because they were having their Revolution at that time. They had their own country to attend to, which was more important to them than fighting in the war.
Germany and Russia were enemies during WWI. I wonder if you're thinking of WW2?
1,700,000 killed and 4,950,000 injured.....World History book...