In Popular Culture
- In the 1970s the revolt was presented as a step in the Breton people's struggle for emancipation - Paol Keineg's 1975 play Le Printemps des Bonnets rouges portrayed it in this 'regionalist' way, and the French Communist Party celebrated the tercentary of the revolt in Carhaix with a festival.
- In December 2005, the prefect of Finistère refused to install a tourist information panel in Carhaix beside the route nationale, showing an insurgent in the revolt.
- One of the beers of the Brasserie Lancelot is called Révolte des Bonnets rouges.
- The bulletin of the Frankiz Breizh political movement is entitled Les Bonnets rouges.
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