Insurgency Angola History : North of the red line : recollections of the Border War by members of the SAAF, SADF and SWATF, 1966-1989 / Hanlie Snyman Wroth ; translation by Gerry van Tonder.; Wroth, Hanlie Snyman.
Insurgency Controversial Literature : Come bring in Maye with me : my Maye is fresh and greene: (a subiectes harte, an humble mind) to serue a mayden Queene. A discourse of rebellion, drawne forth for to warne the wanton wittes how to kepe their heads on their shoulders.; Churchyard, Thomas,
Insurgency England Norwich Early Works To 1800 : Bloody nevves from Norvvich : or, a true relation of a bloody attempt of the papists in Norwich, to consume the whole city by fire. VVhich they had begun to put in practice setting a house a fire, at the lower end of High-Bridge-street, burning it to the ground, but by Gods mercy, they were hindered from doing any more mischiefe. Likewise here is added the last bloody newes from Ireland. Consisting of a bloody tragedy acted upon the body of the Lord Coffeld a Protestant, conspired by Sir Philip Moneale a trecherous and bloody rebell, with the like cruelty done to Mr. Ironmonger, by the rebels, also after what manner he being slaine, they committed his father to prison, and threw his wife and children out of doores naked. VVith the relation of how many vvagons went out of London, laden vvith ammunition to be conveigh'd to Ireland, for the use of our distressed brethren, the Protestants the 2. of Decemb.
Insurgency England Sermons Early Works To 1800 : The unreasonableness of rebellion in a sermon preached at St. Peters, Exon. On the 26th of July, 1685. Being the day appointed for thanksgiving for His Majesties victory over the rebels. By Tho. Long on of the prebendaries.; Long, Thomas,
Insurgency Europe History : Popular culture and popular protest in late medieval and early modern Europe.; Mullett, Michael A.,
Insurgency Great Britain : The vnlawfvlnesse of subjects, taking up armes against their soveraigne, in what case soever : together with an answer to all objections scattered in their severall bookes, and a proofe that not withstanding such resistance as they plead for were not damnable, yet the present waree made upon the King is so, because those cases, in which only some men have dared to excuse it, are evidently not now, His Majesty fighting onely to preserve himselfe, and the rights of the subjects / written by Dvdley Diggs ...; Diggs, Dudley,