The October Crisis began 5 October 1970 with the kidnapping of James CROSS, the British trade commissioner in Montréal, by members of the Front de Libération du Québec (FLQ).

The October Crisis began 5 October 1970 with the kidnapping of James CROSS, the British trade commissioner in Montréal, by members of the Front de Libération du Québec (FLQ).

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October crisis by Blaine Wiseman 971 WIS During October 1970, a group of terrorists known as the Front de Liberation du Québec (FLQ), kidnapped two politicians in an effort to extort money and to gain the release of government prisoners. Prime Minister Pierre Elliot Trudeau imposed the War Measures Act to try to stop the group. In the end, one of the kidnap victims was killed and the other was rescued. The October Crisis helped shape Canada, Québec, and their relationship with each other.

During October a group of terrorists known as the Front de Liberation du Quebec (FLQ) kidnapped two politicians in an effort to extort money and to gain the release of government prisoners.

Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau's October 7, 1970 speech to the nation about the Front de libération du Québec and the awakening October Crisis in Quebec.

Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau's October 1970 speech to the nation about the Front de libération du Québec and the awakening October Crisis in Quebec.

THIS is how you say "Just Watch Me" and mean it. Not on a cocktail napkin. October Crisis: Trudeau "Just watch me."

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Not on a cocktail napkin. October Crisis: Trudeau "Just watch me.

British trade commissioner James Cross, kidnapped by the FLQ on Oct. 5,  1970, precipitating the October Crisis in Quebec.

British trade commissioner James Cross, kidnapped by the Front de libération du Québec on October precipitating the October Crisis in Quebec.

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Jerome Choquette, Quebec justice minister during October crisis, dead at 89

Jerome Choquette, Quebec justice minister during October crisis, dead at 89

Cuban missile crisis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

President Kennedy and Secretary of Defense Bob McNamara in conference during the Cuban Missile Crisis.

Ottawa implements the War Measures Act in Quebec on Oct. 16, 1970, to deal with what is known as 'The October Crisis'; the only peacetime use of these powers in Canadian history.

The October Crisis reinterpreted

The implementation of the War Measures Act on Oct. 11 days after the kidnapping of James Cross and the day before Pierre Laporte was found dead in the trunk of a car by the FLQ. Know as the October Crisis.

The Cuban Missile Crisis - The October Crisis  The Cuban Missile Crisis, otherwise called the October Crisis, or the Missile Scare, was a 13-day (October 16–28, 1962) showdown between the United States and the Soviet Union concerning Soviet ballistic rocket organization in Cuba. Alongside being broadcast around the world, it was the nearest the Cold War came to growing into a full-scale atomic war.

The Cuban Missile Crisis - The October Crisis - The Caribbean Crisis Cold War History

The thirteen days referred to as the Cuban Missile Crisis (known as the October Crisis in Cuba or Caribbean Crisis (Russian: Kарибский кризис) in the USSR) was a confrontation between the Soviet Union and Cuba on one side and the United States on the other in October 1962, during the Cold War.

The thirteen days referred to as the Cuban Missile Crisis (known as the October Crisis in Cuba or Caribbean Crisis (Russian: Kарибский кризис) in the USSR) was a confrontation between the Soviet Union and Cuba on one side and the United States on the other in October 1962, during the Cold War.

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