Definition of Revolutionary group
1. Noun. A political unit organized to promote revolution.
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Literary usage of Revolutionary group
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Behind the Label: "Made in China" by Charles Kernaghan (1998)
"... for organizing and leading a counter revolutionary group fried: July 4,1994, Beijing Intermediate People's Court Sentenced: December 16,1994,11 years' ..."
2. Bolshevism and the United States by Charles Edward Russell (1919)
"The revolutionary group in the Socialist party of France. 22. The Revolutionary element of the Syndicalists of France. 23. The Left Wing of the Social ..."
3. Bolshevism and the United States by Charles Edward Russell (1919)
"A revolutionary group in Denmark. 19. The Communist party of Holland. 20. ... The revolutionary group in the Socialist party of France. 22. ..."
4. Methodist Magazine and Review by Methodist Church (Canada (1905)
"I went to Kief, joined a revolutionary group, and travelled from town to town, spreading our ideas among the liberals, both Jews and Russians. ..."
5. Washington and Lincoln, Leaders of the Nation in the Constitutional Eras of by Robert William McLaughlin (1912)
"find by suggestion an enumeration of the conditions which give meaning to the protest of the revolutionary group. First, there was the sense of vastness. ..."
6. Report on Labor Situation of Australia [Austria, Hungary, Czecho-Slovak by United States Dept. of State (1919)
"... the Russian revolutionary group, the Russian Social Revolutionists, the Russian Worker's Union, the Ukrainian revolutionary group, the Ukrainian Social ..."