Great Revolt

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Noun1.Great Revolt - a widespread rebellion in 1381 against poll taxes and other inequities that oppressed the poorer people of England; suppressed by Richard II
England - a division of the United Kingdom
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"Friends, fellow-citizens, and girls!" she said; "we are about to begin our great Revolt against the men of Oz!
Set in the Arabian Desert of 1916, the film follows Theeb, a young Bedouin boy, and his brother Hussein as they leave the safety of their tribe to venture on a treacherous journey at the dawn of the Great Revolt. If Theeb is to survive he must quickly learn about adulthood, trust and betrayal.
The earliest returnees from Brazil to West Africa include some of those who took part in the January 1835 Male revolt, also known as The Great Revolt. During the 19th century, thousands of free and enslaved Africans emigrated from Brazil to present-day Nigeria, Benin, Ghana and Togo.
The Great Revolt: Inside the Populist Coalition Reshaping American Politics, by Salena Zito and Brad Todd.
Speaking on the occasion, senior leader of APHC AJK chapter Yusuf Naseem said, he wanted to clarify Indian Supreme Court which was hearing a writ petition in this regard, that a wrong decision would invite a great revolt in IOK.
'This is of course the British view of the events of 1857, since we are working with a government archive,' noted Research Head Abraham Murad, nothing that research needs to be conducted on both sides of the Great Revolt.
When Eck pronounces that had the emperor Caligula not died in the midst of the crisis stemming from his demand for the erection of his statue in the Jerusalem temple, "the Great Revolt would have happened 25 years earlier" (p.
The back of the coin bears an inscription reading "Two years to the Great Revolt," which dates it to the year 67 CE, three years before the Romans sacked Jerusalem and destroyed the Second Temple.
Shows critical of the Ottoman legacy in the Middle East were muzzled, and those praising the "Great Arab Revolt" were taken off air, notably a 1992 Syrian classic called "Ukhwet Al Turab." Produced in very different times about the Great Revolt, it focused on famine, hunger, torture, and executions in Ottoman Syria.
Unlike the Great Revolt (66-70) against the Romans, the Bar Kokhba Revolt did not have a historian devoted to recording and analyzing the event says Mor, so except for 16 lines in Cassius Dio's second-third century Roman History, information about the uprising is scattered widely among a variety of Jewish sources that were written after the revolt and dealt mainly with its failure, and in Christian and pagan sources that retrospectively mention the revolt briefly while expressing their prejudiced opinions about Judaism.
At the beginning of the Great Revolt (67-73 CE) when the Jews rose against the Romans, a group of daring rebels fought the Roman guards at Masada and took control of the fortress.
During Syria's Great Revolt of 1925, Neep describes the French burning of such villages as routine.