10 Ferocious Acts Of Revenge In The History!

Over the centuries, humans have learned that one should always have a taste of their own medicine. In this article, you will witness 10 vicious act of revenge in the history that will send a shiver down your spine.

The Avenger of Jallianwala Bagh

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Udham Singh was the part of the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre (1919)where he lost his parents. If you don’t know about the massacre. It was an act of brutal open firing on civilians by British officers. This man waited for 21 years to kill General Michael O’Dyer, the former lieutenant governor of Punjab in India, who was responsible for the whole massacre.

Alan Ralsky, the godfather of spam.

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In 1996, Alan Ralasky bought a large volume of stocks of the companies with no real potential. A few years ahead, he started spamming the millions of inboxes to place fraudulent stocks. However, after a magazine revealed his lavish lifestyle, people got to know about his physical address, the people started dumping hundreds of pounds of junk each day for months!

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The Celtic Queen buried Romans into the ground.

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Queen Boudica, the British Celtic Queen’s kingdom was taken by Roman after her husband’s death. This didn’t stop here. The queen and her daughters were captured, tortured, and raped by Roman soldiers. Well, he promised his daughter that she would take revenge on them. In 60AD, she led a revolt and cut, hanged, and crucified every roman who was in her way.

The Forbidden love story of Peter.

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Peter I, was in love but her father King Afonso IV was against his son’s marriage. He hired assassins to kill his lover Inês de Castro. Following the murder of the woman, Peter I took revenge by ripping the heart of assassins out of their body.

The Jewish who didn’t forget the pain

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Post World War II, countries were heading for the peace except for one group, the Jewish Avengers who survived the Nazi concentration camps. They carried out a mass poisoning of former SS men in an American prisoner-of-war camp in 1946 which led to the killing of 400 German soldiers.

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The modern-day revenge

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Video game player stabbed the man who killed him with the knife in the Counter-Strike game. The man after plotting the revenge for months went to his home and stabbed him with the knife.

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“Wrath of God” operation

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The “Wrath of God” operation purpose was to kill the people involved in the 1972 Munich Massacre, in which  11 members of the Israeli Olympic team lost their lives. The operation was handled by Mossad agents where they sent the letter to the families of the Palestinian terrorists, who were involved in the massacre.

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Rapist killed by 200 women

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In 2014, Akku Yadav was mob lynched by 200 women. It took only 15 minutes for women to put him on death bed. Chilli powder and stones were hurled at him and after that, a knife was stabbed in his genital organ. Following this, more than 70 stab wounds were left in her body.

Julius Ceasar crucified his abductors.

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Julius Caesar was sailing on the Aegean Sea, where he was captured by pirates. Initially, the pirates asked for 20 pieces of silver as ramson; however, he felt insulted and told them to increase the ransom. Following this, they increased it to 50 silver which was still low in his eyes. He gave him the silver coins but vowed that he will crucify once he becomes free and no doubt he kept his word.

Alexandra The Great

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Alexandra The great was known for settling out the things before going on a battle. Thus, he sent his soldiers to the island of Tyre to negotiate with them. While Tyre dynasty who didn’t know about him killed his soldiers. The Greek King got furious and told his soldiers to build a causeway which took them to seven months. While the causeway was ready, he invaded the island and slaughtered more than 8,000 people and sold about 3,000 people to slavery.