Rebel Soldiers

Some articles on rebels, soldiers, rebel soldiers, rebel:

Oakwood Mutiny - The Siege
... The rebels took over Oakwood at past 100 am of July 27 ... Over three hundred (300) soldiers quietly entered the premises of Ayala Center in several groups ... The soldiers disarmed the security guards and took over Oakwood ...
Manila Peninsula Rebellion - Siege and Assault
... and Tactics commandos lined up outside The Peninsula Manila Hotel to enforce the arrest of rebel soldiers ... The commandos, who were carrying gas masks, went into formation after rebel soldiers refused to accept warrants for their arrest ... There were indications that the armed rebel soldiers inside the hotel were ready for battle ...
Siege Of Cawnpore - Satichaura Ghat Massacre
... to take their arms and ammunition with them, and were escorted by nearly the whole of the rebel army ... Ghat, and who fired the first shot, soon afterwards, the departing British were attacked by the rebel sepoys, and were either killed or captured ... Some of the British officers later claimed that the rebels had placed the boats as high in the mud as possible, on purpose to cause delay ...
2006 East Timorese Crisis - Continuing Violence - Protests, Allegations and Investigations
... UNOTIL representative Sukehiro Hasegawa, having met separately with Alkatiri and rebel leaders including Tarak Palasinyar and Reinhado, said that ... that they had instructions to kill all of the rebel soldiers, but after losing five of the group in armed combat in Dili came to "appreciate that the cost of arming ... April, the same day as the clash between the military and rebel soldiers that sparked the crisis, soldiers loyal to Alkatiri had shot and killed 60 civilians, before burying them in a mass grave ...

Famous quotes containing the words soldiers and/or rebel:

    Next year we shall be living in a country
    That brought its soldiers home for lack of money.
    Philip Larkin (1922–1986)

    It was evident that, both on account of the feudal system and the aristocratic government, a private man was not worth so much in Canada as in the United States; and, if your wealth in any measure consists in manliness, in originality and independence, you had better stay here. How could a peaceable, freethinking man live neighbor to the Forty-ninth Regiment? A New-Englander would naturally be a bad citizen, probably a rebel, there,—certainly if he were already a rebel at home.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)