Sentences with 'upheaval'

Example sentences and phrases with the word upheaval and other words derived from it.

« The story of Moses leading the Hebrews out of slavery in Egypt could also have been based on events associated with the collapse of the Bronze Age, the great century of upheaval in which nomadic raiders joined forces with oppressed peasants and slaves to overthrow the great Bronze Age empires. »
« What do modernist art, Freudian psychology, gender change and the Great Depression have in common, apart from chronological coincidence? They were all, in different ways, symptoms of upheaval and (often) a profound sense of malaise that pervaded Western culture after the First World War. »
« The Fascists, who started with just 100 members in the northern Italian city of Milan, grew rapidly because of the incredible social upheaval in Italy in 1919 and 1920. »
« The upheaval produced in Spain by the French invasion and the imprisonment of King Ferdinand VII had profound repercussions in the Viceroyalty of the Río de la Plata and throughout Spanish America. »

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