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  • 1 Red Guards — may refer to one of the following.Communist uses*Red Guards (Finland), during the Finnish Civil War *Red Guards (Russia), during the Russian Revolution of 1917 and the Russian Civil War *Red Guards (Bavaria), in the Bavarian Soviet Republic *Red… …

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  • 2 Red Guards — Paramilitary units of radical university and high school students formed during the Chinese Cultural Revolution. Responding in 1966 to Mao Zedong s call to revitalize the revolutionary spirit of the Chinese Communist Party, they went so far as to …

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  • 3 Red Guards —    The term refers to both the Bolshevik fighters established at the time of the 1917 Russian Revolution and also to the young, radical activists in the People’s Republic of China (PRC) who zealously carried out the Cultural Revolution. In the… …

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  • 4 Red Guards — militia made up of young Chinese communists who supported Mao Tse Tung in the Chinese cultural revolution (1966 67) …

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  • 5 Red Guards (China) — Red Guards on the cover of an elementary school textbook from Guangxi 1971 Red Guards (simplified Chinese: 红卫兵; traditional Chinese: 紅衛兵; pinyin: Hóng Wèibīng) were a mass movement of civilians, mostly students and other young people in the… …

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  • 6 Red Guards (Finland) — The Red Guards ( fi. Punakaarti) formed the army of Red Finland during the Finnish Civil War in 1918. The combined strength of the Red Guard was about 30,000 at the beginning of the Civil War, and peaked at 90,000 120,000 during the course of the …

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  • 7 Red Guards (Russia) — For other uses of the term see Red Guard In the context of the history of Russia and Soviet Union, Red Guards (Russian: Красная Гвардия ) were armed groups of workers formed in the time frame of the Russian Revolution of 1917. They were the main… …

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  • 8 Red — /red/, n. a male or female given name. * * * (as used in expressions) red blood corpuscle red blood cell Red Army Faction Barber Red Erik the Red Grange Red Great Red Spot Red Khmer Red Army Red Brigades Red Cloud …

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  • 9 Red Guard|ism — «GAHR dihz uhm», the movement of the Chinese Red Guards …

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  • 10 Red Army — This article is about the 1918 1946 Workers Peasants Red Army. For other uses, see Red Army (disambiguation). Soviet Armed Forces …

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  • 11 Red Guard Party (United States) — Infobox American Political Party party name= Red Guard Party foundation= 1967 headquarters= San Francisco, California ideology= Maoism Chinese nationalism The Red Guards were a Chinese American civil rights group active during the late 1960s and… …

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  • 12 Red Detachment of Women — The Red Detachment of Women is the title of a novel as well as a film and a ballet, both of the latter are based on the novel. This article is about the ballet. The Red Detachment of Women (Chinese: 红色娘子军, pinyin: Hóngsè Niángzǐjūn) is a Chinese… …

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  • 13 Red — This article is about the color. For other uses, see Red (disambiguation). Red   Spectral coordinates  Wavelength 620–740 …

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  • 14 red — red1 redly, adv. /red/, n. adj., redder, reddest. n. 1. any of various colors resembling the color of blood; the primary color at one extreme end of the visible spectrum, an effect of light with a wavelength between 610 and 780 nm. 2. something… …

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  • 15 Red coat (British army) — Red Coat or Redcoat is a term often used to refer to a soldier of the historical British Army, because of the colour of the military uniforms formerly worn by the majority of regiments. The uniform of most British soldiers from the late 17th… …

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  • 16 Red Lake massacre — Location Red Lake, Minnesota, United States Date March 21, 2005 (2005 03 21) 2:49–2:58 p.m. (UTC 5) Target Red Lake Senior High School …

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  • 17 Red Knight — is a title borne by several characters in Arthurian legend. The first is likely the Red Knight of the Heath in Chrétien de Troyes Perceval, the Story of the Grail ; he steals a cup from King Arthur and is killed by the protagonist Perceval, who… …

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  • 18 Guards unit — NOTOC Guards units are elite units and formations in the armed forces of the former Soviet Union, Belarus, Russia, and Ukraine. These units were awarded guards status after distinguishing themselves in service, and are considered to have elite… …

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  • 19 Red Horn (legend) — The legend of Red Horn (also known as He Who Wears Human Heads as Earrings [National Geographic December 1993 Going Head to Head with Indian Prehistory ] ) is found in the oral traditions of the Pawnee (?), Ioway, [ 6. Wâkx!istowi, the Man with… …

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  • 20 Red vs. Blue (season 4) — Infobox Machinima show name=Red vs. Blue Season Four caption=Official Red vs. Blue season 4 DVD cover. engine= Halo 2 genre=Comic science fiction runtime=101 min. (episodes) 99 min. (DVD) creator=Burnie Burns Matt Hullum Geoff Ramsey Jason… …

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