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Top 10 Remarkable Revolutions for Social Changes are: –
The Spanish Civil War Between July 1936 to April 1939 among communism and anarchism – It resulted in a collapsed spanish economy which needed decades to recover. The political and emotional repercussions of the war extended everywhere and generated passion in international communities.
The French Revolution in the period between 1789 and 1799 was an uprising against the ruling monarch and their atrocities towards masses. Old privileged traditions was replaced by citizens rights. Around 50000 people were killed in the movement.
The American Revolution, a political uprising against British Empire in the eighteenth century, gave birth to the united states of America completely transforming social, political and intellectual system with the creation of a representative government responsible to the will of the people.
The October Revolution, a political revolution, bestowed the governance to local soviets from Russian Provisional Government resulting in the Russian Civil War from 1917 to 1922 with the creation of the Soviet Union in 1922.
The Taiping Rebellion was a large scale revolt waged from 1851 to 1864 against the Empire in China by both army and civil administration with loss estimating more than 200 millions lives.
Young Turk Revolution in 1908 united intellectual and dissidents with nationalist spirit restored the parliament with constitutional institution which was suspended by Sultan years ago.
The Chinese revolution which led to communist rule can be recollected political upheavals from 1911 to 1949 overthrowing Imperial Dynasty with the Republic of China.
Cuban Revolution say the rising of a young lawyer named Fidel Castro who revolted for seven years against the Batista’s Government forcing him to resign and flee. Castro rose to power and had Batista’s associates executed.
The Iranian Revolution which began in 1978 resulted in overthrowing of Iran’s monarchy with Islamic republic in 1979 by national referendum.
The Haitian Revolution started in 1791 by the slaves and soon rose to civil war with death over 125000 and formally abolishing slavery with civil and political rights to all black.