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Zanzibar Revolution
Spice Islands (Zanzibar highlighted).svg
Unguja and Pemba, the two main islands of Zanzibar
Date 12 January 1964
Location Zanzibar
Result Revolutionary victory
Belligerents
Mainly African revolutionaries Zanzibar-dec-1963-jan-1964.svg Sultanate of Zanzibar
Commanders
John Okello Zanzibar-dec-1963-jan-1964.svg Sultan Jamshid bin Abdullah
Strength
600–800 men[1][2] Zanzibar Police Force
Casualties and losses
At least 80 killed and 200 injured during revolution (the majority were Arabs)[3]

Up to 20,000 civilians killed in the aftermath[4]



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  1. Parsons 2003, p. 107
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