October Revolution (disambiguation)
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October Revolution may refer to:
- The Great October Socialist Revolution (a.k.a. October Revolution) in Russia, 1917. This was neither Great (not on a big scale), nor in October (it actually occurred in November), nor Socialist (no socialist ideas were ever implemented), nor a Revolution (it was a putsch).
- October Revolution Island, an island in the Kara Sea, named after the Russian October Revolution
- Soviet battleship Oktyabrskaya Revolutsiya
- The overthrow of Juan Federico Ponce Vaides, President of Guatemala
- October Revolution, a series of strikes, riots, and demonstrations in Sudan, that ended with the dissolution of the Abbud Military regime and the beginning of second civilian rule in 1964
- October Revolution (East Germany) or Peaceful Revolution, names used for the mass demonstrations in East Germany, that ended with the fall of the Berlin Wall on November 9, 1989
- October Revolution, a 5th October (Serbia) revolution against Slobodan Milošević that took place in Belgrade on October 5, 2000
- October Revolution in Jazz, a series of concerts held in 1964 in New York City organized by Bill Dixon and associated with the free jazz movement
- The Xinhai Revolution in China of October 1911, sometimes called The October Revolution
- October Rebellion, a series of protests surrounding the 2007 World Bank meetings in Washington D.C., United States
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