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  • 181Thomas Baker (Peasants' Revolt leader) — Thomas Baker was one of the leaders who initiated the Peasants Revolt of 1381.The Peasants Revolt was triggered by incidents in the Essex villages of Fobbing and Brentwood. On 30th May, John Brapton attempted to collect the poll tax from… …

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  • 182Baixa de Cassanje revolt — The Baixa de Cassanje revolt was the first battle of the Angolan War of Independence. The uprising began on February 3, 1961. By February 4, the Portuguese authorities had successfully suppressed the revolt.cite web|author=Manuel… …

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  • 183Bailundo Revolt of 1902 — The Bailundo Revolt of 1902 was the last attempt by the Ovimbundu peoples to resist Portuguese colonization. The revolt, prompted by the declining price of rubber, pitted rival traders against one another. However, while the Portuguese maintained …

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  • 184Tepehuán Revolt — The Tepehuan Indians, previously known for their bellicosity, had been considered pacified by 1590, with many congregating in Jesuit missions. On November 16, 1616, a wagon train traveling to Mexico City was attacked by the Tepehuanes just… …

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  • 185Persian Revolt — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Persian Revolt partof=the Wars of Cyrus the Great date=552 BC 550 BC place=Media and Persis result=Decisive Persian victory. territory=By conquering Media, Persia became an empire. combatant1=Median Empire… …

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  • 186Dingras Revolt — The Dingras Revolt or the Ilocos Norte Revolt, part of the Revolts Against The Tribute, happened in 1589 against Spanish colonial rule in Dingras, in the province of Ilocos Norte, the Philippines. It was caused by unjust taxation and alleged… …

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  • 187Cagayan Revolt — The Cagayan Revolt, or the First Cagayan Revolt, part of the Revolts Against The Tribute, was a revolt in 1589 against Spanish colonial rule in Cagayan, in the Philippines. It was caused by unjust taxation and alleged abuses by tax collectors… …

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  • 188Ambiorix's revolt — is an episode during the Gallic Wars. Discontent among the subjugated Gauls prompted a major uprising amongst the Belgae against Julius Caesar in the winter of 54–53 BC, when the Eburones of north eastern Gaul rose in rebellion under their leader …

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  • 189Tonight the Stars Revolt! — Album par Powerman 5000 Sortie 20 Juillet 1999 Enregistrement Sunset Sound, Sound City, The Chop Shop, Music Grinder Durée 39:09 Genre Alternative Metal Hard Rock Industrial Met …

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  • 190Jewish Revolt, Second — ▪ AD 132 135       (AD 132–135), Jewish rebellion against Roman rule in Judaea. The revolt was preceded by years of clashes between Jews and Romans in the area. Finally, in AD 132, the misrule of Tinnius Rufus, the Roman governor of Judaea,… …

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  • 191Mutiny on the Amistad: The Saga of a Slave Revolt and Its Impact on American Abolition, Law, and Diplomacy —   …

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  • 192Youth in Revolt — steht für: Youth in Revolt (Roman), Roman von C. D. Payne von 1993 Youth in Revolt (2009), US amerikanische Verfilmung von Miguel Arteta Diese Seite ist eine Begriffsklärung zur Unterscheidung mehrerer mit demselben Wort b …

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  • 193Herero Revolt — (1904–1907)    The bloodiest and most protracted colonial war in German Southwest Africa, the Herero Revolt resulted in the death of two thirds of the Herero and half the Nama peoples. The origins of the Herero Revolt date to the mid 1890s when… …

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  • 194(the) Peasants' Revolt — the Peasants’ Revolt [the Peasants Revolt] an incident in 1381 when the ↑peasants (= poor farmers) of ↑Kent and ↑Essex marched to ↑Canterbury and then to London to protest at their conditions of life and the harsh taxes they had to pay. They… …

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  • 195Mercenary revolt — may refer to: The Mercenary War (c. 240 BC) (also, Libyan War or Truceless War): an uprising of mercenary armies formerly employed by Carthage, backed by Libyan settlements revolting against Carthaginian control Irish and German Mercenary… …

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  • 196Cabochien Revolt — The Cabochien revolt was an episode in the Civil war between the Armagnacs and the Burgundians which was in turn a part of the Hundred Years War. In the spring 1413, John the Fearless, duke of Burgundy managed to raise the people of Paris and to… …

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  • 197Catalan Revolt — The Catalan Revolt (known in Catalan as the Guerra dels Segadors or Reapers War) affected a large part of Catalonia between the years of 1640 and 1659. It had an enduring effect in the Treaty of the Pyrenees, which ceded the county of Roussillon… …

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  • 198Carausian Revolt — The Carausian Revolt (286 ndash;296) was an episode in Roman history, during which a Roman naval commander, Carausius, declared himself emperor over Britain and northern Gaul. His Gallic territories were retaken by the western Caesar, Constantius …

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  • 199The Revolt of the Masses — is the English translation of José Ortega y Gasset s La rebelión de las masas. The original was first published in 1929; the English translation, first published two years later, was authorized by the author. While the published version notes… …

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  • 200Vaccine Revolt — The pagename, or Vaccine Rebellion, was a period of civil disorder which occurred in the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, November 10 through 16, 1904. AntecedentsAt the beginning of the 20th century the city of Rio de Janeiro, then capital of… …

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