Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Kvyatkovsky (Александр Александрович Квятковский in Russian) (January, 1853 — 11.4(16). 1880) was a Russian revolutionary and member of the Executive Committee of Narodnaya Volya. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aleksandr Kvyatkovsky"
Aleksandr Ilyich Ulyanov (Александр Ильич Ульянов in Russian) ( 1866- May 8, 1887) was a Russian revolutionary, one of the leaders of Pervomartovtsi, older brother of V.I. Lenin. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aleksandr Ulyanov"
Zhelyabov, Andrey Ivanovich (Желябов, Андрей Иванович in Russian) ( August 17(29), 1851 – April 3(15), 1881), Russian revolutionary, member of the Executive Committee of Narodnaya Volya. ...more on Wikipedia about "Andrei Zhelyabov"
Dedan Kimathi ( 1920 – 1957) was a Kenyan who was convicted and executed for terrorism. The British colonial government that ruled Kenya at the time considered him a terrorist, but many kikuyu viewed him as a freedom fighter. He was born on October 31, 1920 in Thenge Village Tetu division, Nyeri district and executed on February 18, 1957. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dedan Kimathi"
Gabriel (ca. 1775- 1800), also known as Gabriel Prosser, was a negro slave born in Henrico County, Virginia. In the summer of 1800, he planned a slave rebellion of 1000 to 4000 (the exact number is unknown) Africans in Richmond, Virginia. The rebellion was put down by state militia and Gabriel was hanged. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gabriel (rebel)"
Vincent Ogé, (c. 1755-91), was a free man of color in the French colony of Saint-Domingue. Though he was not a slave, Ogé was an important figure in the events that led to the outbreak of the Haitian Revolution in 1791. Ogé was the son of a white colonist and a mulatto woman. By the 1780s he owned valuable real estate in the major colonial city of Cap Français, today's Cap Haitien, as well as small boats that participated in the coastal trade. In the late 1780s he went to France on business, and became active in the French Revolution. In Paris he joined Julien Raimond in trying to convince the Constituent Assembly to overturn colonial racism against wealthy free men like himself. In October 1790, Ogé returned to Saint-Domingue, believing that at ambiguous law passed in March of that year had given him the right to vote in upcoming colonial elections. When the colonial governor Count de Blanchelande refused his demands for voting rights, Ogé and several hundred men of color armed themselves and won a few battles against colonial militias from Cap Français. Ultimately, they fled to Spanish territory to escape a large royal force. After receiving guarantees of their safety, they were turned back to the French. Ogé and his associates were brutally executed. He became a important symbol for both free people and slaves of the injustices of a colonial society that wanted to restrict the benefits of the French Revolution to whites. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jacques Vincent Ogé"
Nikolai Ivanovich Kibalchich ( 1850 – April 3, 1881) was a pioneer of rocketry, a revolutionary and a terrorist. ...more on Wikipedia about "Nikolai Kibalchich"
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Nikolai Rysakov (Рысаков, Николай Иванович in Russian)( 1861 - 1881) was a member of Narodnaya Volya, a Russian revolutionary organization. ...more on Wikipedia about "Nikolai Rysakov"
Pakhomiy Ivanovich Adreyushkin (Андреюшкин, Пахомий Иванович in Russian) ( May 15(27), 1865 – May 8(20). 1887), Russian revolutionary, member of Narodnaya Volya. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pakhomiy Andreyushkin"
(Petr Shevyrev) Pyotr Yakovlevich Shevyryov (Пётр Я́ковлевич Шевырёв in Russian) (6.23(7.5). 1863 — 5.8(20). 1887), Russian revolutionary, member of Narodnaya Volya. ...more on Wikipedia about "Petr Shevyrev"
Sophia Lvovna Perovskaya (Перовская, Софья Львовна in Russian) (9.1(13). 1853 - 4.3(15). 1881), Russian revolutionary, member of Narodnaya Volya. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sophia Lvovna Perovskaya"
Stepan (Stenka) Timofeyevich Razin (Степан (Стенька) Тимофеевич Разин in Russian) ( 1630 - 6.6(16). 1671) was a Cossack leader who led a major uprising against the nobility and Tsar's bureaucracy in South Russia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Stenka Razin"
Mikhailov, Timofei Mikhailovich (Михайлов, Тимофей Михайлович in Russian) (1859 - 1881), Russian revolutionary, member of Narodnaya Volya. ...more on Wikipedia about "Timofei Mikhailov"
Udham Singh ( December 26, 1899 – July 31, 1940), born Sher Singh and also known as Ram Mohammed Singh Azaad, was a Punjabi revolutionary and freedom fighter, considered to be one of the most famous martyrs of the Indian freedom struggle. For this reason, he is also sometimes referred to as Shaheed-i-Azam Sardar Udham Singh (the expression Shaheed-i-Azam means "king of martyrs"). He is also believed by many to be one of the earliest Marxists in India. He was known at various stages in his life by the following names: Sher Singh, Udham Singh, Udhan Singh, Ude Singh, Uday Singh, Frank Brazil, and Ram Mohammed Singh Azaad. Whilst living in England in 1940, Singh Shot dead Sir Michael O'Dwyer, former Governor of the Punjab. This was in revenge for the heinous criminal massacre, which General Reginald Edward Harry Dyer had perpetrated on innocent Indians under Michael O'Dwyer's rule, and which O'Dwyer had, unfortunately defended. Although condemned by few conservatives at the time, numerous patriotic Indians however, regarded this justified revenge as an important step in India's struggle to end British colonial rule. ...more on Wikipedia about "Udham Singh"
Vasili Denisovich Generalov (Генералов, Василий Денисович in Russian) (3.8(20). 1867 - 5.8(20). 1887), Russian revolutionary, member of Narodnaya Volya. ...more on Wikipedia about "Vasili Generalov"
Vasili Stepanovich Osipanov (Осипанов, Василий Степанович in Russian) (2.21(3.5). 1861 — 5.8(20). 1887), Russian revolutionary, member of Narodnaya Volya. ...more on Wikipedia about "Vasili Osipanov"
Fahd, the nom de guerre of Yusuf Salman Yusuf ( Baghdad 1901 – 14 February 1949), was one of the first Iraqi communist activists and was first secretary of the Iraqi Communist Party from 1941 until his death on the gallows in 1949. He is generally credited with a vital role in the party’s rapid organizational growth in the 1940s. For the last two years of his life he directed the party from prison. ...more on Wikipedia about "Yusuf Salman Yusuf"
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