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* [[André Marty#Black Sea mutiny|Black Sea mutiny (1919)]] by crews aboard the French dreadnoughts ''[[French battleship Jean Bart (1911)|Jean Bart]]'' and ''[[French battleship France|France]]'', sent to assist the White Russians in the [[Russian Civil War]]. The ringleaders (including [[André Marty]] and [[Charles Tillon]]) received long prison sentences.
* The 1920 mutiny of the mainly Irish unit of [[Connaught Rangers#Mutiny in India, 1920|Connaught Rangers]] in the British Army against [[Irish War of Independence#Martial law|martial law being imposed]] and brutally enforced by the [[Black and Tans]] in Ireland during the [[Irish War of Independence]]. The leader, [[James Daly (mutineer)|Private James Daly]], became the last member of the British Armed Forces to be executed for mutiny when he was shot by [[firing squad]] on 2 November 1920.
* [[Kronstadt rebellion]], an unsuccessful uprising of SovietRussian sailors, led by [[Stepan Petrichenko]], against the government of the early [[Russian SFSR]] in the first weeks of March in 1921. It proved to be the last large rebellion against [[Bolshevik]] rule.
* [[Irish Army Mutiny]], a crisis in March 1924 provoked by a proposed reduction in army numbers in the immediate post-[[Irish Civil War|Civil War]] period.<ref name="GFG">[[Garret FitzGerald]] ''[http://generalmichaelcollins.com/Cumann_na_nGael/Garrett_Fitzgerald.html Reflections On The Foundation of the Irish State] {{webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20110319151530/http://generalmichaelcollins.com/Cumann_na_nGael/Garrett_Fitzgerald.html |date=2011-03-19 }}'', University College Cork, April 2003</ref><ref>[[Irish Times]] ''March 10th, 1924'' 10 Mar 2012</ref>
* [[Invergordon Mutiny]], an [[industrial action]] by around a thousand [[sailor]]s in the [[British Atlantic Fleet]], that took place on 15–16 September 1931. For two days, ships of the [[Royal Navy]] at [[Invergordon]] were in open mutiny, in one of the few military strikes in [[United Kingdom|British]] history.
* [[East Bengal Regiment]] occurred when East Bengal Regiment high rank officer refused order from Pakistan army command in east Pakistan present day Bangladesh and join the Bangladesh freedom movement.
* [[209th Detachment, 2325th Group|Unit 684 Mutiny]] occurred when members of South Korean black ops Unit 684 mutinied for unclear reasons.
* [[Storozhevoy#Mutiny|The Storozhevoy Mutiny]] occurred on 9 November 1975 in [[Riga]], [[LatviaLatvian SSR]], Soviet Union. The [[Political commissar|political officer]] locked up the [[Soviet Navy]] captain and sailed the ship toward [[Leningrad]].
* [[Greek military junta of 1967-1974#Velos mutiny|The Velos mutiny]] On 23 May 1973, the captain of {{ship|Greek destroyer|Velos|D16|2}}, refused to return to [[Greece]] after a [[NATO]] exercise.
* Following [[Operation Blue Star]] against Sikh militants holed in the [[Harmandir Sahib|Golden Temple]] in the Sikh [[holy city]] of [[Amritsar]], many soldiers and officers of [[Indian Army]]'s [[Sikh Regiment]] mutinied or resigned.<ref>{{cite web|author=AP |url=https://www.nytimes.com/1984/07/02/world/general-promises-to-punish-sikh-mutineers.html |title=General Promises To Punish Sikh Mutineers |location=India; Amritsar (India); Punjab State (India) |work=New York Times |date=1984-07-02 |accessdate=2012-06-10}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.sikhmuseum.com/bluestar/newsreports/840611_6.html |title=Operation Blue Star 1984 Golden Temple Attack Sikhs |publisher=Sikhmuseum.com |date=1984-06-11 |accessdate=2012-06-10}}</ref>
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