What is 'peace' in Russian?
Peace -[ Mir ] [Мир] it's can mean world or peace.
The Russian word for peace is mir.
In Russian, "Отдых в мире" means "Rest In Peace".
мир (pronounced "mir")
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Believe that was Gorbachev
спи спокойно! (spi spakoino!)
Mir - мир = world; peace.
None, as Russian does not give a Peace Prize, the Nobel Peace Prize is given by the Nobel Prize committee in Sweden.
Vladimir Lenin, head of the Bolshevik Party promised this to the Russian people to get them to support his cause.
'War and Peace'.
It is a Russian novel written by Leo Tolstoy.
In the Russian Revolution, the peasants were promised "peace, land and bread." This promise was not fulfilled, and many peasants starved which lead to stealing. They were caught and sent to concentration camps or were killed.
There are no such languages as "Israeli" and "Palestinian". Israelis speak Hebrew, Arabic, Russian, and English. Palestinians primarily speak Arabic. Hebrew: Shalom (שלום) Arabic: Salaam (سلام) Russian: Mir (Мир) English: Peace
Who were the Russian revolutionaries who took control of the government in November 1917 and pledged to make peace with Germany?
Bolsheviks, who took over in the Russian October Revolution of 1917.
"Peace, Bread, and Land"
Мир на Земле. Mir na Zemle.
"War and Peace" by Leo Tolstoy .
"Peace, Bread, Land" was a promise that was given to the Russian ppl by communists. Peace- End Russian involvement in WWI Bread- improving basic living conditions Land- land given to peasants Although reforms had been made, ultimately communists failed to provide a government of equal rights and participation.
Mir (Мир) was the first Russian space station. The word means Peace, World or Society. It was was operational from 1986 to 2001.
"Peace, Land, and Bread"
well its was your dad<3!!
they hope to gain freedom and peace and their civil rights!
Theodore Roosevelt earned a Nobel Peace Prize by negotiating a peace treaty between Russia and Japan in 1905.
Theodore Roosevelt won the Nobel Peace Prize for helping develop a treaty that ended the Russian/Japanese war. This happened in 1906.
The Russian Revolution happened in 1917. The new Communist government had promised peace, and therefore signed a separate peace treaty with Germany before the war ended.
Treaty of Brest-Litovsk
Mi-ro-tvo-rets or Do-bro-je-la-tel'
In the novel War and Peace by Leon Tolstoy were mentioned the war between Napoleon and the Third Coalition of 1805-1806 and Napoleon's Russian Campaign of 1812.
The Bolshevik Revolution changed Russian objectives. //NovaNet
War and Peace
The bolshevik revolution changed Russian objectives.
it means princess from russia Gender: Feminine Usage: Russian English Other Scripts: Наташа (Russian) Pronounced: na-TASH-a Russian pet form of NATALYA. This is the name of a character in Leo Tolstoy's novel 'War and Peace'.
Russian revolutionaries who took control of the government in November 1917 and pledged to make peace with Germany?
The Russian revolutionaries who took control of the government in November 1917 were the Bolsheviks. They were co-founded by Vladimir Lenin.
Lenin's promise to the people of Russia was "Peace! Land! Bread!" "Peace, Land, Bread" meant three basic desires of the Russian people. Peace meant ending Russian involvement in World War I. Land meant the abolition of private property and a redistribution of land to the peasants who worked the land. Bread meant an end to widespread food shortages. The Tsarist rule in Russia had already been overthrown in the February Revolution of 1917, but the… Read More
War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy.
What was the name of the Russian revolutionaries who took control of the government in November 1917 and pleged to make peace with Germany?
Their name was Bolsheviks.
The main objectives of the Russian Revolutionaries were: (i) To secure peace and withdrawal of Russia from the First World War. (ii) Transfer land be transferred to the tiller. (iii) Give control of industry to the workers. (iv) Give equal status to non-Russian nationalities.
The Russian novelist has written 'War and peace' , 'The Death of Ivan Ilyich' , 'Anna Karenina' , et.al.
Leo Tolstoy, author of "War and Peace" and "Anna Karenina" died on the 20th of November, 1910.
Who were Russian revolutionaries who took control of the government in November 1917 and pledged to make peace with Germany?
Bolsheviks, who took over in the Russian October Revolution of 1917. a very bad group indeed. Bolsheviks Bolsheviks Bolsheviks Bolsheviks
wanted to retain power and avoid German occupation
There were several but two stand out. One was "Peace! Bread! Land!" Another was "All power to the soviets."
What was a major reason many Russian people supported the Bolsheviks in the November 1917 revolution?
the Bolsheviks called for an immeadiate peace settlement with Germany
What event forced the Russians to negotiate A Separate Peace treaty with Germany prior to the end of World War 1?
The Russian Revolution of 1917 .
If you're talking about the Russian space atation, Mir is the Russian word for "world" (also "peace"). As far as I know it's not an acronym and doesn't "stand" for anything. If you mean in some other context, please supply a bit of that context.
What are the translations for peace in Navajo Marshallese Choctaw Korean Japanese French Arabic Russian Hebrew?
Marshallese - aenomman Choctaw - achukma Korean - 평화 (pyeonghwa) Japanese - 平和 (Heiwa) French - la paix Arabic - سلام (Salaam) Russian - мир (mir) Hebrew - שלום (Shalom) Navajo - hózhǫ́ (peace, balance, beauty, health, goodness, harmony, happiness) . OR: hodéezyéél (to be calm). Or : K'é ( peaceful relations). Or: K'énáhádleeh (peace is restored) or: T'áá hast'é hodít'é (peaceful). Or: hoozhǫǫh (to become peaceful)
At what battle in 1807 did Napoleon trap a Russian army against the alle river thereby forcing the czar to sign the peace of tilsit?
Battle of Friedland
S.N Chubakov has written: 'Slovo i oruzhie' -- subject(s): Peace in literature, Russian literature, History and criticism
It caused Russia to pull out of the war and sign a peace treaty with Germany, breaking up the anti-German alliance, to which imperial Russia had belonged. World war 1 caused the Russian army to withdraw and protest against their army.