During World War II, Russian peasants saw any gains they had made during the Soviet takeover, disappear. Tractors they had been given to help modernize farming, were taken away or broken by Stalin to move them into farm collectivization. Stalin is said to have created an artificial famine which killed millions of peasants. He admitted that thousands of peasants were deported to Siberia labor camps or industrial projects.
it was hard and tiring
Life for Roman peasants was harsh. They only had small plots of land and lived in poverty
For peasants it was very hard I don't know what was the situation in other parts of the Russian Empire but in Lithuania which was a part of the Empire life was hard. 1. The only langue in use was Russian other language media and literature was banned and non Russian speaking communities vere russified.2. peasants needed to work in the Manor they didint had no land and were like slaves food was very scarce which led to numeruos famines and dicieses. about 90% of the Empire were peasant so life was wery hard especialy if you werent a Russian.
Life was difficult for the peasants in the 1500s. Infant mortality was very high and life expectancy was not very high either.
life was really good
they did most of the work [to me] and were poor
Life for a medieval lord was great! He collected taxes from peasants, and was fed like A king! But it was a hard job and he always had to check on peasants.
it was horrible for the peasants, they were all treated like slaves, it is scary because now that the people that we all live with are not like peasants, because BLACK and WHITE were seperated.
Like you. EAT,SLEEP,and WORK
The peasants lived a poor and tough life. Many of them were freed slaves, but their lives didn't improve much since slavery.
I think it was as bad for them as for all the other soldiers who fought in WoW 1.
According to MASH. They all looked like peasants.
it is a bit like our day to day life
Life was harsh, though there were very few rebellions due to the fact of harsh law and order.
they like chocolate
If you are referring to the Russian Revolution and the characters Orwell drew a parallel to match then Boxer was supposed to portray working people and peasants.
Never. That is what peasants were for.
the peasants during the middle ages were treated poorly and worked in the fields. Serfs were not allowed to even leave their master/lord's land. Later on when the government had issues with the black plague, the peasants were treated and paid higher.
The ducks represent, like all of the other animals beside the pigs, part of the working class on the farm. In Russian history they represent the peasants.
It was hard for them but they promised William the conqueror to follow his orders. also they are at the bottom of his fuedal system.
Mayan peasants were very hard workers. They had a farm that they had to grow food on for the upperclass. They revolted.