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H. A. Hellyer
pp. 89-91 H.A. Hellyer A RevolutionUndone: Egypt's Road beyond Revolt Hurst and Company/Oxford University Press, 2016 "Dr. Hellyer's Website" Council
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Mexican Revolution
The Mexican Revolution (Spanish: Revolución Mexicana, 1910–1920) was a major revolution that included a sequence of armed struggles that transformed Mexican
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World War I (section Russian Revolution)
abdicated in the course of the February Revolution, and the Russian Caucasus Army began to fall apart. The Arab Revolt, instigated by the Arab bureau of the
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July Monarchy (category 1830s in France)
de France) was a liberal constitutional monarchy in France under Louis Philippe I, starting on 26 July 1830, with the July Revolution of 1830, and ending
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Battle of Passchendaele (section Battle of the Menin Road Ridge)
defences until eight minutes after the infantry began their advance came undone. The noise of the British assembly and the difficulty of moving across muddy
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List of modern great powers (category Articles with a promotional tone from May 2021)
power and influence not only over its own region of the world, but beyond to others. In a modern context, recognized great powers first arose in Europe during
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History of Zionism (section Persecution in Russia (before the revolution))
for the first time in a stunning election victory over Labor. A decade before, in the 1967 war, Israeli troops had in effect undone the partition accepted
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History of the Ottoman Empire (section Egypt)
during a brief majority reign. Mustafa II (1695–1703) led the Ottoman counterattack of 1695–96 against the Habsburgs in Hungary, but was undone at the
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Balfour Declaration (category 1910s in Islam)
inaugurated one of the most controversial episodes in their imperial history. Undone by the complexities of wartime diplomacy, unable to bridge the gap with
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Stuttgart (category Wikipedia articles incorporating a citation from the 1911 Encyclopaedia Britannica with Wikisource reference)
Rosenstein museum. Beyond bridges over an adjacent main road lies the final Green U park, Killesbergpark or 'Höhenpark' which is a former quarry that
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History of Lisbon (section Revolution: the 1383–1385 crisis and its aftermath)
Lisbon finally revolted. The population formed barricades in the streets and guns were distributed. Ordered to suppress the revolution, the army was decimated
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List of LGBT-related films (section A)
Thailand/Japan (2017) Presque rien (Almost Nothing; Come Undone), France/Belgium (2000) Prêt-à-Porter, US (1994) Pretty Boy, Australia (2020) Pretty Boy
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List of last words (category Wikipedia articles incorporating a citation from A Compendium of Irish Biography (1878))
execution by strangling "Begone thou wretched beast, which hast utterly undone me." ("Abi perdita bestia, que me perdidisti.") — Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa
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Socialism in Pakistan (section 1960s–70s: nation building)
Bolshevik revolution. Some of the books are: Partition – Can it be undone?, Pakistan's Other Story – The Revolution of 1968–69, and Kashmir: A Revolutionary
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Gas attacks at Wulverghem
the greatcoat or rolled up on their heads, with the top greatcoat button undone to tuck the helmet in. Special lubricants were provided for the working
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1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/French Revolution, The
For works with similar titles, see French Revolution. 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 11 French Revolution, The by Francis Charles Montague and Arthur
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and by the business world—has made the artist a central figure on the public place. His earlier revolt against society, his marginal role as an entertainer
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Cultural Anthropology/Print version
entitlements. The Bill of Rights, being the hardest to be undone, is viewed as nonnegotiable. There is a duality present in the United States political spectrum
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