Red Terror (disambiguation)


Red Terror (disambiguation)

The term Red Terror was originally used to describe the last six weeks of the "Reign of Terror" of the French Revolution, ending on July 28, 1794 (execution of Robespierre), to distinguish it from the subsequent period of the White Terror . The term may also refer to one of the following:

*Red Terror, Russia, 1918-1922 — the most common usage
*Red terror (Spain) during the Spanish Civil War
*Red Terror (Ethiopia), 1977-1978
*Red Terror (Hungary), 1919
*"Red Terror", a nickname of the race horse Phar Lap
*NZR RM class (Red Terror), a NZR Railcar used by a former General Manager Garnet Mackley
*The Red Terror, a figure in the Warhammer 40,000 game


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