Mark Traugott, author of a study of Parisian workers during France's 1848 Revolution, offers a comprehensive history of the barricade
, covering its origins, construction, and spread.
While the barricades
were removed, security forces will continue to be stationed around the ministry, and the rolls of razor wire currently in place in front of the ministry will remain.
Ron Mondor, President, Zantek said, "Barricades
and Signs is experiencing tremendous growth.
Protesters enraged by the results of Haiti's troubled presidential election have set up barricades
and political offices ablaze, traded blows with UN peacekeepers and shut down the country's lone international airport, creating the social upheaval many have feared since the January 12 earthquake.
More than 30 people, including 10 children, have been killed after a bus in southern India hit a police barricade
, flipped over and burst in flames, news reports said.
The sell-out musical theatre show Beyond the Barricade
will be performed at the free Songs in the Park event in Crow Nest Park, Dewsbury on Saturday, August 22.
The interior minister, Hanif Atmar, said in response that he will take on the barricades
seriously and that a commission will be assigned to assess how to deal with the issue.
"For two years, concrete barricades
have had a profound effect on me.
The hydraulic barricade
can be towed in place by a relatively light vehicle.
A review of plans for storing ammunition at the Theater Storage Area at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, has led to a significant change in the rules for constructing safety barricades
at ammunition storage sites.
Water-filled longitudinal channelizing barricades
provide clear visual guidance to vehicles and pedestrians approaching and traversing sudden, unusual, or unexpected traffic patterns around temporary work zones.
AROUND 800 protesters surged past Secret Service barricades
in a bid to prevent US president George Bush from visiting the grave of Martin Luther King on what would have been the civil rights leader's 75thbirthday.
In a study of 1,912 incidents of hostage taking or barricades
, nearly 2 percent of the subjects were 65 years of age or older.
Certains endroits en particulier excitaient leur colere, par exemple, toute mention des quartiers revolutionnaires ("la rue Antoine" ou "la rue Honore"), des champs de bataille imperiaux ("l'on se bat sur le Rhin"), ainsi que des barricades
de 1830, 1848 ou de 1871, les mauvais lieux, les "bouges," les chambres entretenues par des "vieilles." Comme je l'ai suggere ailleurs (La Subversion silencieuse), ces lieux inquietaient les censeurs car ils etaient hautement narratifs, porteurs de plusieurs mondes possibles dont il etait difficile de prevoir et ainsi de controler les interpretations.
Everywhere are military checkpoints, soldiers toting automatic rifles, accordion-wire barricades
, and sandbagged machine guns and bazookas.