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  :: Rebellion.co.uk ::
Rebellion, the UK Super-Developer, has had one of its most successful starts to any year during its 15-year history with all 3 of its recent PSP products enjoying Top 10 UK chart status...
Rebellion has reached an agreement with SCi Entertainment Group plc to purchase the staff and physical assets of Core Design.
Rebellion is proud to announce that we have been nominated in 4 categories at this years Develop awards: Best PC IP - Sniper Elite, Best use of IP license - Rogue Trooper, UK Independent Studio and Most Improved Studio.
www.rebellion.co.uk   (715 words)

  
  The Emergence of Kurdish Nationalism and the Sheikh Said Rebellion, 1880-1925
The Sheikh Said rebellion represented an incipient nationalism that was also challenged by a strong nationalism that had mobilized in the course of the past thirty years, gathered strength during World War I, and further energized by the war of liberation with the power of an organized state behind it.
The vehicles created and the laws passed for the suppression of the rebellion and the symbols of opposition to the Kemalist program that it generated meant that the consolidation of the Turkish state and of Turkish nationalism were greatly expedited by the suppression and perceived threat of Kurdish nationalism.
The suppression of the Sheikh Said rebellion contributed to the consolidation of the new Turkish republic, the evolution and domination of the Republican People's Party (Cumhuriyet Halk Firkasi) and the one-party state it represented up to 1950, and the greater articulation of Turkish nationalism on which the party and the state were based.
www.xs4all.nl /~tank/kurdish/htdocs/his/said.html   (3996 words)

  
 Shays' Rebellion
Shays' Rebellion "had a great influence on public opinion," as Samuel Eliot Morison notes; it was the fiercest outbreak of discontent in the early republic, and public feeling ran high on both sides.
After the rebellion was defeated, the trial of the insurgents in 1787 was closely watched and hotly debated.
Shays' Rebellion had a generally unifying effect upon the supporters of a stronger national government, and it was a lesson frequently invoked on the floor of the Federal Convention during the summer of 1787.
www.calliope.org /shays/shays2.html   (2511 words)

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