The place was the city of Brest-Litovsk.
russia and Germany signed ( it was a peace treaty between the two countries ) taking russia out of the war
Germany and Russia.
Germany and Russia .
Russia and Germany .
The city of Brest-Litovsk is where the treaty ending hostilities in World War I between Russia and Germany was signed.
The Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact was signed by Russia and Germany .
Brest-Litovsk in Present-day Belarus
Germany and Russia
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December 5th 1917
Germany signed a Non-Aggression act with The Russia Federation, or Russia. The act meant that the two countries would never fight or partake in war against each other. However it was violated by Germany when they attacked Russia in World War II.
The peace treaty between Germany and Russia during World War I was signed in Brest, Russia (After the Soviet Union split, Brest is now in Belarus).
He signed it with Russia it was a secret agreement that split Poland between the two countries.
the treaty of brest-litovsk
Russia originally signed a non-aggression pact with Germany in 1939. After jointly invading Poland, Germany violated that pact by invading Russia in 1941. Russia then changed powers and became one of the Allied countries.
Germany invaded Russia.
The Dreikaiserbkommen or League of the Three Emperors was created in 1837. This was an alliance between Russia, Austria-Hungary, and Germany that lasted until 1887. The document was signed by Otto von Bismarck of Germany, Francis Joseph I of Austria-Hungary, and Nicolas I of Russia.
The Soviet Union signed a neutrality pact with Germany in 1939. This divided much of Eastern Europe between the two countries.