White Terror may refer to: First White Terror (1794–1795), a movement against
the French Revolution; Second White Terror (1815), a movement against the ...
Reaction set in; the National Convention began to debate a new constitution; and
, meanwhile, in the west and in the southeast, a royalist “ White Terror” broke ...
Feb 8, 2017 ... Rep. Sean Duffy said Tuesday "there is a difference" between terror acts by white
people and those committed by Muslims.
Mar 13, 2016 ... Calls are mounting in Taiwan for the government to look into the White Terror, a
dark period in its history when hundreds of dissidents were ...
Mar 8, 2014 ... One man recounts his journey through a dark chapter in Taiwan's history.
Oct 12, 2012 ... But as Wu and others like him began digging into the pasts of victims of the White
Terror, they found that many had made proud declarations of ...
The second White Terror (1815–18) again occurred in France, at the time of louis
xviii's restoration. While the Chambre Introuvable prosecuted alleged regicides ...
Aug 3, 2013 ... The Terror known as 'White' started in 1794 and lasted until the last years of the
eighteenth century. It was an attack on those ex-terrorists who ...
Jul 14, 2015 ... The so-called 'White Terror' was an attack launched against the terrorists, and all
who could properly be accused of doing well out of the ...
Jun 25, 2015 ... Since 9/11, white, right-wing terrorists have killed almost twice as many
Americans in the U.S. than radical Islamists have, a study says.