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OLD ANAMBRA STATE
COUNTRY
GREECE
PERIOD
REBELLIONS
BURMA
REVOLUTIONARIES
DECEMBER 27
PRESIDENT
DEMOCRATICALLY
POWER
COUPS
RIVERA
FREE ELECTIONS
TOKUGAWA SHOGUNATE
MILITARY DICTATORSHIP
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Old Anambra State

  1. In 1991, the military dictatorship of Ibrahim Babangida divided the old Anambra State into two new states, Enugu State and Anambra State.

Country

  1. Fonseka who has only a military background and a military knowledge will definitely lead this country to a military dictatorship eventually.
  2. When the country was put under the military dictatorship of the major-generals, Harrison was sent to rule Wales. (Web site)

Greece

  1. April 21 - Greece is taken over by military dictatorship led by George Papadopoulos, forcing King Constantine II to flee. (Web site)

Period

  1. Greece is democratic again after a period of military dictatorship, and an atom is proudly pictured on one of their coins. (Web site)

Rebellions

  1. Since independence from France in 1960 it has suffered droughts, rebellions, a coup and 23 years of military dictatorship. (Web site)

Burma

  1. Another Nobel Peace Prize winner is Aung San Suu Kyi from Burma for her peaceful and non-violent struggle under a military dictatorship in Burma.
  2. On Aug. 8, 1988, demonstrations against the military dictatorship spread across the country, then known as Burma, and propelled Suu Kyi into prominence. (Web site)

Revolutionaries

  1. In 1966 - 67, he led a nucleus of revolutionaries from Bolivia, Cuba, and Peru who fought to overthrow the military dictatorship in Bolivia. (Web site)

December 27

  1. December 27 - The Spanish Constitution is approved in a referendum, officially ending 40 years of military dictatorship. (Web site)

President

  1. November 28 - Ricardo Lagos, President of Chile, promises economic compensation to 28,000 torture victims of Augusto Pinochet 's military dictatorship.

Democratically

  1. Nepal is an absolute monarchy, Burma is a military dictatorship, and Zimbabwe is governed by a once democratically chosen leader gone bad. (Web site)

Power

  1. After his assassination, the Second Triumvirate usurped power in Rome in a military dictatorship.

Coups

  1. He provided a period of stable leadership to a country that had witnessed multiple coups and military dictatorship from 1975. (Web site)

Rivera

  1. In 1923 a new outbreak in Catalonia was suppressed and resulted in the establishment of a military dictatorship under Primo de Rivera. (Web site)

Free Elections

  1. He then threatened to invade Rwanda.[12] A military dictatorship persisted in Burundi for another 27 years, until the next free elections, in 1993.

Tokugawa Shogunate

  1. Honjo Masamune, Sword of the Tokugawa shogunate, a feudal military dictatorship of Japan established in 1603.

Military Dictatorship

  1. Japan In 1603, a Tokugawa shogunate (military dictatorship) ushered in a long period of isolation from foreign influence in order to secure its power.
  2. Using the popular title Quaid-e-Awam ("Leader of the People,") Bhutto launched a nationwide tour, agitating against the military dictatorship.
  3. March 29 - The military dictatorship of General Jorge Videla comes to power in Argentina. (Web site)

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