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* [[Cocos Islands Mutiny]], a failed mutiny by [[Sri Lanka]]n servicemen on the [[British Empire|then-British]] [[Cocos (Keeling) Islands]] during the [[Second World War]].
* [[Battle of Bamber Bridge]] on 24–25 June 1943, a racially motivated mutiny by black soldiers in a segregated truck unit stationed in [[Bamber Bridge]], [[Lancashire]], [[United Kingdom]].
* [[Townsville mutiny]] on 22 May 1942, a mutiny by about 600 African American servicemen of the [[96th Engineer Battalion (United_States)]|96th Engineer Battalion]] of the United States Army while serving in Townsville, Australia, during World War II. See also [[African-American mutinies in the United States armed forces]].
* [[Port Chicago mutiny]] on August 9, 1944, three weeks after the Port Chicago disaster. 258 out of the 320 African-American sailors in the ordnance battalion refused to load any ammunition.<ref>Though 50 sailors were convicted of mutiny after the [[Port Chicago disaster]], there is some question as to whether there was a conspiracy, a prerequisite of mutiny, rather than simple refusal to obey a lawful order. All of the sailors were willing to do any other task except load ammunition under unsafe conditions.</ref>
* [[Terrace Mutiny|Terrace mutiny]], a mutiny by French-Canadian soldiers in Terrace, British Columbia, in November 1944.
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