Uprising

Some articles on uprising:

Berbice Slave Uprising
... The Berbice Slave Uprising was a slave revolt in Guyana ... The uprising began on Plantation Magdalenenberg on the Canje River in Berbice ...
Roger Barlet
... in the Warsaw's Old Town on August 30, 1944, during the Warsaw Uprising ... in World War II Polish Underground State AK operations and opponents Urban warfare Warsaw Uprising Zamość Uprising Warsaw Ghetto Uprising Kutschera Lwów Uprising Murowana Oszmianka Ostra Brama Tempest Underground ...
Halo: Uprising
... Halo Uprising is a four-issue American comic book limited series set in the Halo universe ... Uprising tells a story set between the ending of the 2004 video game Halo 2 and the beginning of its sequel, Halo 3, as Earth is under attack by a collective of alien races known as the Covenant ...
Jacobite Uprising In Cornwall Of 1715
... The Jacobite uprising in Cornwall of 1715 was the last uprising against the British Crown to take place in the county of Cornwall ...
Agartala Conspiracy Case - Aftermath
... withdrawn in the face of a massive popular uprising, which ultimately resulted in the 1969 uprising in East Pakistan and the fall of General Ayub Khan's dictatorship in 1969 ... The case and the resulting uprising is seen as one of the major events leading to Bengali nationalism and Bangladesh Liberation War ...

Famous quotes containing the word uprising:

    An uprising would punish only the country, and that is out of the question. But there is yet another approach, the most effective form of resistance: contemptuous compliance.
    Franz Grillparzer (1791–1872)

    Even the most subjected person has moments of rage and resentment so intense that they respond, they act against. There is an inner uprising that leads to rebellion, however short- lived. It may be only momentary but it takes place. That space within oneself where resistance is possible remains.
    bell hooks (b. c. 1955)

    Whoever thinks of stopping the uprising before it achieves its goals, I will give him ten bullets in the chest.
    Yasir Arafat (b. 1929)