American Revolution

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The American revolutionaries deemed Pennsylvania a sound location for prisoner of war camps because of the German ethnicity of many of the state's inhabitants, although major camps also existed in nearby Maryland, as well as Virginia and Connecticut.
Bonham's case was one of the two major legal cases cited by the American Revolutionaries to justify their rebellion on constitutional principles.
Paris as the haven for many Latin American revolutionaries of the 1960s; the swinging London of the 1970s; the post-Franco Spain of the 1980s).
Indeed as early as 1793 Haitian rebels justified their uprising on the same grounds as did French and American revolutionaries.
When she rescues a drowning British lord and takes him back to the tavern to nurse him, she runs afoul of the American revolutionaries.
One Chicano ex-convict tried to explain the allure of Islam for Latino inmates, and why Mexican Americans sympathize with Palestinians: "The old Latin American revolutionaries converted to atheism, but the new faux revolutionary Latino American prisoner can just as easily convert to Islam.
Nader rallies usually contained the classic elements of any IMF protest: "Fuck Capitalism" banners, middleaged American revolutionaries praising Fidel Castro, kids handing out Maoist newspapers, pig puppets for freeing Mumia.
John Stuart, whose property and church in upstate New York had been burned by American revolutionaries, followed his Loyalist flock across Lake Ontario.
NATASHA RICHARDSON stars in the true story of Patricia Hearst, a rich girl who was sensationally abducted by American revolutionaries in the '70s and who eventually sided with her captors.
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