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reconcentration

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The act of concentrating again; concentration; specifically, the concentrating of the Cuban insurgents in the towns. See reconcentrado, n.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun The act of reconcentrating or the state of being reconcentrated; esp., the act or policy of concentrating the rural population in or about towns and villages for convenience in political or military administration, as in Cuba during the revolution of 1895-98.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun A second or subsequent concentration.

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Examples

  • I do not know of any comparable period, although Cuba experienced Weyler's reconcentration, which is what imperialism is trying to repeat today in Cuba, with more, and more blockade, and every possible effort to stop us from taking a breather, an all out effort to asphyxiate us through deprivation, hunger, disease, and everything.

    Fidel Castro Women's Congress Address

  • In Los Altos, the rebellion's focal area, the government adopted a policy of "reconcentration," where civilians were ordered into population centers and the countryside was declared a free-fire zone.

    Cristero Rebellion: part 2: the combat phase

  • In Los Altos, the rebellion's focal area, the government adopted a policy of "reconcentration," where civilians were ordered into population centers and the countryside was declared a free-fire zone.

    Cristero Rebellion: part 2: the combat phase

  • The drastic measures, especially the policy of "reconcentration" adopted by

    Outline of Universal History

  • "reconcentration" order, promulgated by Valeriano Weyler,

    The United States Since the Civil War

  • Then and now, soldiers and civilians compared this policy with the “reconcentration” campaign Spain had applied in Cuba that killed thousands of civilians.

    Between War and Peace

  • Then and now, soldiers and civilians compared this policy with the “reconcentration” campaign Spain had applied in Cuba that killed thousands of civilians.

    Between War and Peace

  • American tactics predictably turned oppressive as General “Howling Jack” Smith created “reconcentration camps” to separate civilians from guerrillas and then ordered his men to kill any Filipinos over age ten who ventured outside the camps.

    Sands of Empire

  • American tactics predictably turned oppressive as General “Howling Jack” Smith created “reconcentration camps” to separate civilians from guerrillas and then ordered his men to kill any Filipinos over age ten who ventured outside the camps.

    Sands of Empire

  • American tactics predictably turned oppressive as General “Howling Jack” Smith created “reconcentration camps” to separate civilians from guerrillas and then ordered his men to kill any Filipinos over age ten who ventured outside the camps.

    Sands of Empire

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