Soviets

  • (noun): The government of the Soviet Union.
    Example: "The Soviets said they wanted to increase trade with Europe"

Some articles on soviets, soviet:

Lithuanian Soviet Socialist Republic (1918–1919) - Government
... In Russia, the Soviets were generally supported by the industrial working class, but this was too small in Lithuania ... Meanwhile, in the territory it had occupied, the Soviets created revolutionary committees and councils based on Russian models ... The Soviets demanded large war contributions from captured cities and villages ...
Lithuanian Soviet Socialist Republic (1918–1919) - Dissolution and Aftermath
8 and 15, 1919, Lithuanian and German volunteers stopped Soviet advance and prevented them from taking Kaunas, the temporary capital of Lithuania ... Faced with military difficulties and unreceptive locals, the Soviets decided to combine the weak Lithuanian and Byelorussian SSRs into the Lithuanian–Bel ... in April and Minsk in August 1919 during the Polish–Soviet War ...
Codename: Panzers – Cold War - Story
1949, and follows an alternate history, with the timeline diverging into a war between the Soviets and the West ... Following the defeat of the Nazis, Germany has been partitioned into Soviet and Allied zones of control, with the Soviets building up their military presence ... During the Berlin airlift, a Soviet fighter collides with a US cargo plane, USSR 5 and 6 Division attack West Germany, and the next day Berlin becomes a savage ...
No. 151 Wing RAF
... Royal Air Force was a British unit which fought alongside the Soviets on the Kola Peninsula during the first months of Operation Barbarossa during World War II ... British government it provided vital aid to the Soviets at a critical moment it introduced the Soviets to the use of modern technology, control systems, and fighter ...
M4 Cannon - Use
... P-39 Airacobra and the derivative P-63 Kingcobra, both of which saw action with the Soviet Air Forces on the Eastern Front ... The U.S did not supply M80 armor-piercing rounds for the autocannons of Soviet P-39s—instead, the Soviets received 1,232,991 M54 high-explosive rounds which the Soviets sometimes used ... The Soviets did not use the P-39 for tank-busting ...

Famous quotes containing the word soviets:

    Should the German people lay down their arms, the Soviets ... would occupy all eastern and south-eastern Europe together with the greater part of the Reich. Over all this territory, which with the Soviet Union included, would be of enormous extent, an iron curtain would at once descend.
    Joseph Goebbels (1897–1945)