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The Bolsheviks.

It's a slogan of the early Bolsheviks.

This phrase is associated with Vladimir Lenin, the Bolshevik Party and the Russian Revolution, specifically the October Revolution of 1917. The phrase was used before the revolution on posters designed to rally around the Bolsheviks, because it meant ending Russia's participation in World War 1, and end to food shortages and an end to unfair distribution of land among the wealthy.

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What is the phrase peace bread and land associated with?

It was a "slogan" used by Lenin during the October Revolution, often reiterated by the proletarians. It is associated with the Bolsheviks

Which slogan is associated with the Bolshevik Russian Revolution?

Two slogans were "Peace! Bread! Land!" and "All Power to the Soviets." Vladimir Lenin concocted these and never fulfilled either one. He did end Russia's part in World War 1, but his takeover of the government in the Bolshevik Revolution set off the Russian Civil War.

What slogan was used by Vladimir Lenin to gain support of the Russian people?

Peace, land, and bread

How did lenins slogan peace land and bread effectively appeal to the Russian people?

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What was the slogan of the Bolsheviks and lenin?

Lenin's 3 word promise was "Peace! Bread! Land!"

What was one of Lenin's quotes?

Peace, Land, and Bread.

What does the phrase Peace Bread Land mean?

"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.

What slogan did the Bolsheviks promise the Russian people to gain support?

"Peace, Bread, and Land"

What 3 things did Lenin and the Bolsheviks promise Russian people?

Peace, Bread and Land

What did Vladimir Lenin promise the people of Russia to gain their support for the revolution?

Peace, bread, and land.

What was a slogan of the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917?

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 revolution.

Who promised Peace Food and Land?

Lenin and his Bolshevik supporters promised these to the Russian people. They meant an end to Russia's involvement in World War I, a redistribution of land to the peasant farmers and an end to food shortages cause by the inept governing of the Tsar.