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There have been mutinies throughout history. In ancient Greece, for example, a mutiny occurred in the Hellenic navy in 404 BCE after troops landed in Sicily to assistance the city of Syracuse. Led by the Spartan general Pausanias, the mutineers seized control of the ships and sailed back to Greece.

In the United States during the Revolutionary War, tensions between British troops and American colonists grew increasingly tense. On July 4, 1776, British troops stationed in Boston staged a parade in honor of King George III.

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