—about the uprising in that camp.
Peasants’ War, (1524–25) peasant uprising in Germany.
Over the course of the uprising, hundreds were killed.
“The Fire This Time: The Watts Uprising and the 1960s” by Gerald Horne (1995).
This uprising became known as the intifadah, or “shaking off.”
"How to prevent the uprising is to stop dropping bombs on civilian targets."
Ten Years of the Zapatista Uprising, trans. from Spanish, ed. by Ziga Vodovnki (2004).
The night of the uprising, Maduro appeared on live television, alongside his high command.
That year it also offered some rhetorical support to a merchant uprising against the emir.
The uprising in the 1960s was later seen as useful in hastening the modernization of French society.
As a young guardsman, Suleimani was dispatched to northwestern Iran, where he helped crush an uprising by ethnic Kurds.
The events this weekend seemed sure to serve as benchmarks in an uprising that now stands as one of the Arab world’s bloodiest.
While the majority of the wall was destroyed in the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, three sections still stand and are not to be missed.
In the earlier event, passions felt by rival factions at the hippodrome somehow fused into a general uprising against authority.
Dalhousie’s critics maintained that he had allowed a local rebellion to grow into a national uprising so that he could annex the Punjab.
The government has hewed toward its version of events, saying it will enact reforms at its own pace even as it signals its determination to crush the uprising.
Mrs Arroyo took office two years ago because she was vice-president to Joseph Estrada, who was deposed by a popular uprising after being accused of corruption.
But, early in his quest, he happens upon other Sonderkommando members who are organizing an armed uprising to destroy the gas chambers, and they recruit him to that cause.
In Huddersfield in West Yorkshire, another planned uprising had swiftly collapsed and the rebels there were all acquitted on lesser charges by juries outraged by the government’s underhand use of spies.
But the film also presents testimony about plans of prisoners to rise up, violently, against their captors in Auschwitz and Treblinka; about escape; and, ultimately, in the terrible yet unbearably great ending, about the Warsaw Ghetto uprising, as described by Simcha Rotem, one of its survivors, who speaks of emerging from his hiding place in the sewers into the desolation of the empty ghetto after the failed uprising and assuming that he was “the last Jew.”
- organized opposition to authority; a conflict in which one faction tries to wrest control from another
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But the film also presents testimony about plans of prisoners to rise up violently against their captors in Auschwitz and Treblinka about escape and ultimately in the terrible yet unbearably great ending about the Warsaw Ghetto uprising as described by Simcha Rotem one of its survivors who speaks of emerging from his hiding place in the sewers into the desolation of the empty ghetto after the failed uprising and assuming that he was the last Jew