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  1. Nirvana played a concert in Beunos Aires where the crowd threw mud and trash at the all-girl opening act. Kurt Cobain was so upset that he sabotaged the show by playing mostly lesser known songs and teasing 'Smells Like Teen Spirit' without ever playing it.

  2. In 1972 some of Aircraft Carrier USS Ranger's crew carried out two-dozen acts of sabotage to prevent the ship from returning to Vietnam

  3. The Statue of Liberty's torch has been closed to the public since July 30, 1916 when it sustained structural damage from the Black Tom explosion - an act of German sabotage targeting a US munitions depot during WWI

  4. Sex-discrimination provisions were only introduced into the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as an attempt to sabotage the bill

  5. After the 1923 Great Kantō earthquake, 6,000 to 10,000 Koreans were murdered by vigilante groups, police, and soldiers, due to unconfirmed rumors that Koreans were rioting and committing acts of sabotage.

  6. The Black Tom Explosion, an act of sabotage by Germans at a munitions depot in New Jersey during WWI that was storing 2M pounds of ammunition and 100K pounds of TNT. The explosion was felt in Maryland and damaged the Statue of Liberty to the point that its crown remains closed to the public.

  7. During WWII, a Soviet Partisan named Zinaida Portnova participated in acts of sabotage that killed upwards of 100 German soldiers. At the time, she was only 16.

  8. During the Russo-Japanese war, the amount of Russian defeats caused massive discontent in Poland. More soldiers had to be stationed there than were actually fighting the Japanese. Polish representatives were even sent to Japan to discuss acts of sabotage against Russia.

  9. Nirvana played a concert in Beunos Aires where the crowd threw trash and mud at the all-girl opening act. Kurt Cobain was so upset that he sabotaged the show by playing mainly lesser known songs and teasing 'Smells Like Teen Spirit' without ever playing it.

  10. Nirvana played a concert in Buenos Aires where the crowd threw trash and mud on the all-female opening act. Kurt Cobain was so upset, he sabotaged the entire show by playing lesser known songs and teasing 'Smells Like Teen Spirit' without ever playing it.

What are some fun facts about acts sabotage?

Nirvana deliberately tried to sabotage a show in Buenos Aires after the crowed pelted their hand-picked, all-girl opening act with "money, and everything out of their pockets, mud and rocks". However, the extent of that sabotage was also later embellished by Kurt.

The Simple Sabotage Field Manual, declassified in 2008, which outlined ways to sabotage the Nazis in WWII, including urinating in gas tanks, "forgetting" to provide toilet paper, and acting stupid.

The United States Government interned hundreds of thousands of Japanese Americans during World War Two because it was thought they would commit acts of sabotage against the government.

About The Black Tom Explosion, An Act Of Sabotage Against The US By Imperial German Agents On 7/30/1916.

The Black Tom explosion which was an act of sabotage by German agents to destroy American-made munitions that were to be supplied to the Allies in World War I in NYC, This attack also damaged the Statue of Liberty

In 1942, in what is known as Operation Pastorius, Germany smuggled 8 agents into the U.S. via U-boat with the intent of conducting acts of sabotage and terrorism, a plan that failed miserably due to them being spotted by the coast guard and two of the agents later defecting.

About the costliest act of ecotage (ecological sabotage) ever performed in the USA, a condominium fire that caused $50 million in damages. The group that took responsibility - the Earth Liberation front - left banners that read, “If you build it — we will burn it,” “The E.L.F.s are mad.”

Vitka Kempner, a Jew who did one of the earliest acts of anti-Nazi sabotage on the eastern front by damaging a train line with bombs. She helped blow up 5 bridges, destroying 40 train carriages, more than 180 miles of track, and killing 212 soldiers. Post-war, she tried to poison German POWs.

The Emdrup Junk Playground was the first planned junk playground and is frequently cited as the "birthplace" of playwork. It grew out of a broader Danish resistance to Nazi occupation and parents' fears that "their children's play might be mistaken for acts of sabotage by soldiers."

The Emdrup Junk Playground in 1943 was the first planned junk playground and is frequently cited as the "birthplace" of playwork. It grew out of a broader Danish resistance to occupation and parents' fears that "their children's play might be mistaken for acts of sabotage by soldiers."

About The Churchill Club,a group of eight teenage schoolboys from Aalborg Cathedral School in the north of Jutland who performed acts of sabotage against the Germans during the occupation of Denmark in the Second World War. - fact check