Facts on the Peasants Revolt?

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Medieval England experienced few revolts but the most serious was the Peasants’ Revolt which took place in June 1381. A violent system of punishments for offenders was usually enough to put off peasants from causing trouble. Most areas in England also had castles in which soldiers were garrisoned, and these were usually enough to guarantee reasonable behaviour among medieval peasants.
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The peasant revolt was a revolt that took place in medieval England in June 1381. An army of peasant farmers marched from Kent and Essex onto London and took over the tower of London a fete which had never been accomplished before. The present king at the time was king Richard II who was only 14 years old.
Peasants Revolt took place in 1381. A part from a few revolts that were experienced by the Medieval England, the most severe was the Peasants' Revolt. A violent system of castigations for offenders was typically enough to suspend peasants from causing trouble.
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