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October Revolution,

1917, in Russian history: see Russian RevolutionRussian Revolution,
violent upheaval in Russia in 1917 that overthrew the czarist government. Causes

The revolution was the culmination of a long period of repression and unrest.
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Thus the period in which Greeves copied the poems is between the week visit in October 1917 and the end of that month when he evidently had offered to return the notebook, resulting in Lewis's letter of [28?
48) "Canada's Plain Duty," Christian Guardian, 15 August 1917, 5; "Union Government for Canada," Christian Guardian, 17 October 1917, 6; "The Union Government's Policy," Christian Guardian, 24 October 1917, 6; "Canada's War Election," Christian Guardian, 14 November 1917, 5; "The Coming Election," Christian Guardian, 21 November 1917, 5; "Canada' s Great Day of Destiny," Christian Guardian, 28 November 1917, 5; Edward Trelawney, "Party or Union Government?
In October 1917, Groome was granted a leave of absence from his position as superintendent of the constabulary, enabling him to serve with the U.
In 2 months, the first DH-4 was rolled off the assembly line and made its first test flight on 28 October 1917.
Ninety-two years later, the original owner of the Bible has been traced to Private Richard Cook of the Otago Regiment of the New Zealand Expeditionary Force, who died aged 26 of wounds on 8 October 1917 and is buried in Etaples Military Cemetery in France.
The first of these units, the 1st Reserve Field Signal Battalion, was organized from March to October 1917 in New York.
Benedict made those comments aboard the papal plane en route from Rome to Lisbon, for a four-day trip to Portugal whose centerpiece was a May 13 Mass commemorating the reported appearances of the Virgin Mary in Fatima between May and October 1917.
80) In October 1917 the Wilson Administration had established the Office of Alien Property Custodian to assume control and dispose of enemy-owned property in the United States and its possessions.
Susan Hacker, born in October 1917, had a most interesting life.
First, as its title suggests, it was response to the new international political atmosphere produced by the Bolshevik Revolution of October 1917 and Woodrow Wilson's Fourteen Point speech in January 1918, in which, although not actually mentioning the words 'self-determination', the American President made explicit reference to the need to settle colonial questions in the interests of the 'native populations'.
By late October 1917, after many months of maneuvers, the Zionists and the British finally agreed upon a statement that would signal British commitment to Zionism.
A BULLET remained in William Lawlis's skull for 89 years, after the American was accidentally shot in October 1917 when he was eight.