Faction Led

Some articles on faction, led, factions, faction led:

Vladimir Lenin - Revolutionary Activities - Munich, London and Geneva: 1900–1905
... split developed within the party between the Bolshevik faction, led by Lenin, and the Menshevik faction, led by Martov ... Another issue which divided the two factions was Lenin's support of a worker-peasant alliance to overthrow the Tsarist regime as opposed to the Menshevik's support of an alliance between ...
Neturei Karta - Factionalism
... consists of two branches a larger and more moderate faction led by Zelig Reuven Katzenellenbogen, and a smaller and more radical faction led by the descendants of Rabbi Moshe Hirsch in ... The larger branch of Neturei Karta, led by Rabbi Zelig Reuven Katzenellenbogen, issued a strongly worded condemnation of the radical branch, after several of its members had visited Iran ... Neturei Karta scholar, published a book in which he severely criticized the radical faction for their deep involvement in “the Internet and the international media ...
Phot Phahonyothin - Revolutionary Leader and Usurper
... After the 1932, three factions had formed among the group of Siamese political and military leaders in the Khana Ratsadon ... These were first, the senior military faction led by Phraya Phahon second, the junior army and navy faction led by Luang Phibunsongkhram and third, the civilian faction led by Pridi ... On the 20 June a Bloodless Coup was instigated, led by Phraya Phahon ...
Tijuana Cartel - History
... point, his old organization broke up into two factions the Tijuana Cartel led by his nephews, the Arellano Félix brothers, and the Sinaloa Cartel, run by former lieutenants Héctor Luis Palma ... was a result of conflicts within the Tijuana cartel on one side, the faction led by Teodoro García Simental (a.k.a ... The other faction, led by Luis Fernando Sánchez Arellano (a.k.a ...

Famous quotes containing the words led and/or faction:

    In enterprise of martial kind,
    When there was any fighting,
    He led his regiment from behind—
    He found it less exciting.
    Sir William Schwenck Gilbert (1836–1911)

    A state of war or anarchy, in which law has little force, is so far valuable, that it puts every man on trial. The man of principle is known as such, and even in the fury of faction is respected.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)