Red Terror (disambiguation)
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The Red Terror was a campaign of mass arrests and executions conducted by the Bolshevik government of Soviet Russia in 1918–1922.
Red Terror may also refer to:
- Communist terrorism
- Cultural Revolution, mass violence by the Red Guards in China from August 1966 to September 1967
- Revolutionary terror
- The last six weeks of the "Reign of Terror" of the French Revolution in 1794
- Red Terror (Hungary), a series of atrocities during the 1919 regime of Hungarian Soviet Republic
- Red Terror (Spain), various atrocities by Spanish Republicans during the Spanish Civil War of the 1930s
- Red Terror (Ethiopia), a violent political campaign to annihilate the Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Party in Ethiopia in 1977–1978
- Red Terror (Finland), various brutal acts committed by Red Guards during the Finnish Civil War in 1918
- Leftist errors (Yugoslavia), sometimes called the "Red Terror", a period in Yugoslavia (1941–42) during World War II
- NZR RM class (Red Terror), a NZR railcar used by a former General Manager Garnet Mackley
- Red Terror or Phar Lap, a champion race horse
- The Red Terror, a figure in the Warhammer 40,000 game
- The Red Terror (film), the English title for G.P.U., a German 1942 film directed by Karl Ritter
- The mascot of the sports teams at Glynn Academy High School in Brunswick, Georgia.
- White Terror (disambiguation)
- Terror (disambiguation)
- Mass killings under Communist regimes
- Crimes against humanity under Communist regimes
- Red Scare
- The Red Wedding
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