Translation for 'pacifist' from English to Russian
ADJ   pacifist | more pacifist | most pacifist
NOUN   a pacifist | pacifists
SYNO disarmer | dovish | pacificist | ...
пацифист {м}
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Translation for 'pacifist' from English to Russian

пацифист {м}пол.
Usage Examples English
  • Pacifists in Nazi Germany were treated harshly. German pacifist Carl von Ossietzky and Norwegian pacifist Olaf Kullmann (who remained active during the German occupation) died in concentration camps.
  • Watkin was a pacifist and joined the pacifist organization The Guild of Pope's Peace in 1916 which promoted peaceful solutions to World War I.
  • By the late 1930s it was losing influence to two other New Zealand pacifist bodies: the New Zealand branch of the Peace Pledge Union, and Archibald Barrington and Ormond Burton's Christian Pacifist Society of New Zealand.
  • There is a strong Christian pacifist subculture in the diocese. In 2012, a priest of the diocese, the Reverend Nathanael Reuss, was elected global chairman of the Anglican Pacifist Fellowship.
  • Roberts was a pacifist, worked for the London Peace Society, and wrote on the peace issue.

  • He became involved in the pacifist movement, and emerged as an important activist in the network of civil society organizations in Slovenia.
  • Around 1905, Frank became involved in the pacifist movement.
  • Lucien Le Foyer (29 June 1872 – 5 October 1952) was a French lawyer, pacifist and politician.
  • Priscilla Hannah Peckover (27 October 1833 – 8 September 1931) was an English Quaker, pacifist and linguist from a prosperous banking family.
  • Marie Mayoux (24 April 1878 – 16 June 1969) was a French teacher, revolutionary syndicalist, pacifist and libertarian.

  • He was a pacifist and had written the anti-war "How Diplomats Make War" in 1915.
  • The Peace Pledge Union is a pacifist organisation from which the Anglican Pacifist Fellowship (APF) later emerged within the Anglican Church.
  • A Pacifist organization promotes the pacifist principle of renouncing war and violence for political ends.
  • She supported pacifist causes, and "Woman" frequently gave coverage to pacifist organizations, such as the founding of the International Association of Women (IAW) by Marie Goegg in Geneva in 1870.
  • Humphrey Sims Moore (17 April 1909 – 15 August 1995) was a British pacifist and journalist. He founded "Peace News", the British pacifist magazine, in 1936.

  • Myrtle Solomon (9 June 1921 – 22 April 1987) was a British pacifist.
  • He was involved in the French pacifist movement. Starting in 1902, pacifist societies began to meet at a National Peace Congress, often with several hundred attendees.
  • Another solution to this problem is to attach priorities to default assumptions; for example, the fact that “usually, Republicans are not pacifist” can be assumed more likely than “usually, Quakers are pacifist”, leading to the conclusion that Nixon is not pacifist.
  • At this time, also, Stott was a pacifist and a member of the Anglican Pacifist Fellowship. [...] In later life he withdrew from pacifism, adopting a 'just war' stance.
  • The research institute is named after the physicist Albert Einstein, who was a committed pacifist, although not an "absolute pacifist"; he recognized that pacifism would not work against Hitler in 1933.

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