Julianus ben Sabar
Julianus ben Sabar (also known as Julian or Julianus ben Sahir and Latinized as Iulianus Sabarides) was a messianic leader of the Samaritans, who led a failed revolt against Byzantium during the early...
Ioanid Gang
The Ioanid Gang (Romanian: Banda Ioanid) was a group in Communist Romania named after two of its members, Alexandru and Paul Ioanid. On July 28, 1959, they carried out the most famous bank robbery...
Jan Jesenius
Jan Jesenius (also written as Jessenius or Ján Jesenský in Slovak or Jeszenszky János in Hungarian; December 27, 1566, Breslau – June 21, 1621, Prague) was a Slovak,Polish, Bohemian or German physicia...
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Benito Salas Vargas
Benito Salas Vargas (1770 – 18 September 1816) was a military and social leader during Colombia's (then known as New Granada) independence war (1810–1819). He fought against Pablo Morillo during the S...
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Luis Vargas Torres
Colonel Luís Vargas Torres (1855, Esmeraldas, Ecuador – March 20, 1887, Cuenca, Ecuador) was an Ecuadorian revolutionary and national hero and martyr in the cause of liberalism.
Vargas Torres was...
Nexhat Agolli
Nexhat Agolli (Albanian: Nexhat Agolli; Serbo-Croatian: Неџат Аголи, Nedžat Agoli) (1914–1949) was an Yugoslav Albanian jurist and politician. He had served as deputy president of the Anti-F...
Verner Lehtimäki
Verner Lehtimäki, born 8 June 1890, died 5 April 1938, was a Finnish socialist, soldier, pilot, aerospace engineer and revolutionary.
Lehtimäki was born as a peasant's son in Vahto, a small rural ...
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Long Boret
Long Boret or Long Boreth (January 3, 1933 – April 17, 1975) was a Cambodian politician who served as Prime Minister of the Khmer Republic from December 26, 1973 to April 17, 1975. Highly regarded for...
Adham Khanjar
Adham Khanjar (Arabic: أدهم خنجر‎) is a Lebanese Shia rebel who participated in an attempt to assassinate General Gouraud, the French High Commissioner in Syria and Lebanon.
Khanjar joi...
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Uganda Martyrs
The Uganda Martyrs are a group of 23 Anglican and 22 Catholic converts to Christianity in the historical kingdom of Buganda, now part of Uganda, who were executed between November 1885 and January 188...