The Niasviž uprising, or Nieśwież uprising (Polish: Powstanie nieświeskie, Belarusian: Нясвіжскае паўстанне) was a failed anti-Soviet pro-Polish insurrection residents of the town of Niasviž (Polish: Nieśwież, now Belarus. It took place on March 14–19, 1919, during the Polish-Soviet War. As a result, the victorious Bolsheviks shot five leaders of the uprising. The Niasviž Uprising was later commemorated by two monuments, one of which still exists.
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