Molotov may refer to:
- Vyacheslav Molotov (1890–1986), Soviet politician and diplomat, foreign minister under Stalin
- Molotov (band), a Mexican Rock/Rap band
- Molotov bread basket, a type of incendiary cluster bomb
- Molotov cocktail, the generic name for a variety of crude incendiary weapons
- Molotov Cocktease, a fictional character in the Adult Swim animated series The Venture Bros
- Oktyabrkənd, Azerbaijan, formerly named Molotov
- Perm, Russia: Between 1940 and 1957, was renamed Molotov in honour of Vyacheslav Molotov
- Sergei Molotov, a character from the Empire Earth Russian Campaign
- Soviet cruiser Molotov, a Kirov class cruiser
- S/S Vyacheslav Molotov, a Iosif Stalin class passenger ship
Other articles related to "molotov":
... Molotov and Haze is the eighth studio album released by British musician, songwriter and producer Steven Wilson under the pseudonym Bass Communion ... Wilson's website, is divided in two sections "2 noisy tracks (Molotov) and 2 transcendently beautiful tracks (Haze)." All pieces were generated from guitar and recorded from 14 to 17 February 2008 ... An excerpt from "Molotov" can be heard through the Important Records website ...
... Carr, however, has argued that the Soviet Union's replacement of Litvinov with Molotov on May 3, 1939 indicated not an irrevocable shift towards alignment with Germany, but rather was Stalin’s way of ... Albert Resis argued that the replacement of Litvinov by Molotov was both a warning to Britain and a signal to Germany ... Derek Watson argued that Molotov could get the best deal with Britain and France because he was not encumbered with the baggage of collective security and could more easily negotiate with Germany ...
... Stalin replaced Foreign Minister Litinov with Vyacheslav Molotov, which significantly increased Stalin's freedom to maneuver in foreign policy ... Stalin immediately directed Molotov to "purge the ministry of Jews." Given Litvinov's prior attempts to create of an anti-fascist coalition, association ... Likewise, Molotov's appointment served as a signal to Germany that the USSR was open to offers ...
... Molotov is a four-time Latin Grammy Award-winning Mexican rock band formed in Mexico City on September 23, 1995 ... Musically, Molotov blends heavy basslines with heavy guitar riffs ...
Famous quotes containing the word molotov:
“What will happen once the authentic mass man takes over, we do not know yet, although it may be a fair guess that he will have more in common with the meticulous, calculated correctness of Himmler than with the hysterical fanaticism of Hitler, will more resemble the stubborn dullness of Molotov than the sensual vindictive cruelty of Stalin.”
—Hannah Arendt (19061975)