Terror

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Terror is a state of fear, an overwhelming sense of imminent danger.

Terror could also mean:

In history
  • Reign of Terror, a period of extreme violence, 1793 - 1794, during the French Revolution
    • The last weeks of the Reign of Terror are sometimes referred to as the "Red Terror" or "Great Terror"; see below for other uses of those terms.
  • Red Terror, a campaign of repression and violence by Bolsheviks in Soviet Russia 1918 - 1922
  • White Terror, acts of violence by reactionary groups as part of a counter-revolution
  • Great Terror, another name for the Great Purge, campaigns of repression and persecution in the Soviet Union during the late 1930s
In popular culture
In comics
Other uses

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