Definition of Hunger march
1. Noun. A march of protest or demonstration by the unemployed.
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Literary usage of Hunger march
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1. The Underlying Principles of Modern Legislation by William Jethro Brown (1920)
"A leader of the Bradford unemployed, on a " hunger-march " in 1909, attributed the ... They had joined the hunger-march for what they could make out of it. ..."
2. Essays in Biography and Criticism by Peter Bayne (1860)
"... of fatigue and crush down the gnawing of hunger, march through mountain paths all night and spring exultant on the foe at break of dawn, if only the way ..."
3. The Foundations of English Bankruptcy: Statutes and Commissions in the Early by W. J. Jones (1979)
"We are aware of contemporary fears of vagabondage and thus of a hunger march of peasants driven of? the land. These fears were exaggerated, but there was at ..."
4. Italy in the Thirteenth Century by Henry Dwight Sedgwick (1912)
"Pisa, Ugolino dies in the Tower of Hunger, March. " Florentine Guelfs defeat Ghibellines of Arezzo at Cam- paldino, Dante in the Florentine army. June 11. ..."
5. Italy in the Thirteenth Century by Henry Dwight Sedgwick (1912)
"Pisa, Ugolino dies in the Tower of Hunger, March. " Florentine Guelfs defeat Ghibellines of Arezzo at Cam- paldino, Dante in the Florentine army, June 11. ..."
6. Paris by Peter Eckerlin, Elke Pastre (2001)
"On October 5, the famous hunger march to Versailles takes place. Louis XVI is forced to move with his family back to Paris. 1792 Proclamation of the First ..."
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