The Argentina dirty war took place between 1976-1979. The Dirty War in Argentina started after a military junta overthrew President Isabel Martínez de Perón and established a military dictatorship. The military dictatorship took over the country, and ran rampant, doing anything they wanted to. The military seized people from the streets, they were likely to never be seen again. As more evidence of human and civil rights violations came to light, The relatives of the disappeared formed a group called the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo and held a demonstration that brought international attention to the government-sponsored terrorism.
Mass annihilation a.k.a ‘genocide” is one-sided, whereby the aggressors are armed and organized, and their victims are defenseless. This form of violence has killed the most people of any form of violence- three to four times as many as war alone. The Cambodian Genocide is an example of one the most famous mass annihilations after the Holocaust. It was a horrid act carried out by the regime of the Khmer Rouge on any individual that was discerned to be in opposition to the policies in place. Pol Pot led the regime and was the man who controlled the government from 1975 to 1979, killing approximately 1.5 to 3 million Cambodians.
Lin Zexu even expelled all British men and women after destroying opium stocks. The British merchants went back angrily and asked the British government to dispatch troops to China. They wanted to use military power to open up the gate of “free trade” in China. After an intensive debate between the war party and the peace group of parliamentarians, they decided to go to war. Unexpectedly from the perspective of the Qing emperor, he lost the war.
This is, apparently, a role that is necessary to increase the birth rate of the republic that dropped below the zero line of replacement (p.113). The society in which this story takes place is one where social systems have crumbled, the failure seeming to have been caused by war. However, although all citizens have been robbed of freedom to some extent, and there have been many men who are executed (and consequently have their corpses publicly displayed) for “treason”, it is the women who were affected the most, and first to feel the changes. On the same day that the woman from the cigarette store disappears from the counter, and all women’s credit cards are cut off from their accounts, Offred is fired from her workplace, along with everyone else there, all women. Later, she is told by her friend that this is, evidently, part of a bigger movement: “Women can’t hold property anymore, she said.
By October, the UN forces had almost conquered all of North Korea. In November 1950, Chinese People's Volunteers attacked and drove the Americans back. The Americans landed more troops and drove the Chinese back to the 38th parallel, where Truman ordered General MacArthur to stop and sacked him when he disagreed. The war went on as border clashes until 1953 when America's new president, Eisenhower, offered peace, but threatened to use the atomic bomb if China did not accept the offer. Hungarian Revolution 1956 Hungaria, Russia Key causes: Khrushchev's policy of 'de-Stalinization' caused problems in many Eastern European Communist countries, where people hated the hard-line Stalinist regimes that Russia had put in place.
Even more Cubans were killed by state forces when they tried to flee the country, which occurred during the 1980 Canimar River Massacre and the Tugboat Massacre of 1994.” Any person who kills others for his/her benefit is not a good person. “Fidel Castro’s 49-year reign was characterized by a ruthless suppression of freedom of expression”. So Castro ultimately left a legacy of failure. Castro held his power not by popular demand but through brutal dictatorship. A dictatorship in which executed and imprisoned thousands of
Along with other upset people and Indian elites that hated British taxes, this revolt became the Sepoy Rebellion. Britain put this down through a violent response that killed thousands of rebels and destroyed countless homes. One year later in 1858, Britain had quelled this rebellion and regained solid control over India. 8. Spanish-American War (553-554) The Spanish-American War occurred in the midst of discontent among Cubans and Puerto Rico, upset with America’s increased economic influence.
It was a revolution focused around Petrograd, now called Saint Petersburg. During that time, chaos started when demonstrators hassled onto the streets protesting for a break yelling “Down with the autocracy!" Supported by industrial workers, they charged against the police attacking everything and everyone against them. Within the next two days, the strike spread along other streets and the violence increased, destroying other police stations. This caused the soldiers of Petrograd to open fire on demonstrators killing many men.
By abandoning armed struggle, he had betrayed the Party. As Central Committee member Siu Cheong had put it, Loi Tek had denied the CPM the opportunity to liberate Malaya immediately after World War II. “If Loi Tek had not betrayed the Party, the CPM might have now liberated Malaya”. (9) And it did not take long for the “Loi Tek Incident” to spill over, and in a way to exact its vengeance on the Party leadership. For three leading dissidents from the South criticised and challenged the Central, and tried to revolt against Central control.