In those days, so close on the back of the great rebellion
, it was needful a man should know what he was doing when he went upon the heather.
"Know then that in the time of the Great Rebellion
It was there that Pinkerton continued his relationship with the men who fought in the "Great Rebellion
" as well as those who assisted in his efforts to spy on the Confederacy.
The ministry, which condemned the ongoing settlement expansion along the occupied West Bank and its presentation, stressed that the withdrawal of the occupying state from UNESCO reflects the depth of Israel's disregard for international legitimacy, its resolutions, its competent organizations, and its great rebellion
against the resolutions of those organizations, including UNESCO.
This article analyzes the conditions, and political significance, of Detroit's Great Rebellion
The exhibition displays prints from the original collection of Charles Ball's The History of the Indian Mutiny which was etched in the year following the great Rebellion
The theme of 'Fear and Vengeance' is chosen to focus on the human element of the Great Rebellion
, the initial fear of the mutinied sepoys by the British, and the ultimate vengeance inflicted upon the defeat by the government of the East India Company.
During the time that Palestinians call The Great Rebellion
or Revolt against British pro-Zionist policies in Palestine, 1936-1939, things began to go seriously wrong for Palestinian Arabs living in Jaffa and have continued to deteriorate with no reprieve yet.
This begins in India with the Great Rebellion
of 1857 and the end of the East India Company, through the introduction of martial race theory in India, the Great Game, and the Curragh Incident, which rocked the British Army in 1914.
The Great Rebellion
of 1817-1818, also known as the 1818 Uva-Wellassa uprising was the third of the Kandyan Wars against British colonial forces and the 19 Kandyan leaders were branded traitors by the British Government .
Education Secretary Nicky Morgan might've got away with ruining the schooling of this and future generations of pupils had not heads, teachers, trade unions, parents, councillors and others risen up in the great rebellion
against the academy plan of a dunce.
Author of several books, Dalrymple said the tunnel could date back to the First War of Independence, considered the bloodier period of British rule in India, and the great rebellion