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Walter "Wat" Tyler (4 January 1341 - 15 June 1381) was the leader of the English Peasants' Revolt of 1381

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Q: Who was waltor tyler in the peasants revolt?
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Who started the peasants revolt?

Wat Tyler started the peasant revolt in 1381.

Who was killed in the peasants revolt and how?

Wat Tyler was killed.

Where did Wat Tyler live?

A Leader of The Peasants' Revolt, Wat Tyler was from Kent, in England.

What happend to what tyler after the peasants revolt?

He had his head chopped off

Who is involved in the peasants revolt of 1381?

Wat Tyler and John Ball were involved in the peasants revolt of 1381 .But the person who started was actually Wat TylerWat Tyler (pronounced = What Tiler)

Why did what tyler take charge of the peasants revolt?

because he knew he was good enough and he could help the peasants to victory

Why was the peasants revolt marked as a failure?

It was a failure because their leader, Tyler Watt was killed

How did Wat Tyler become leader of the peasants revolt?

Any one in year 100

Who was the three leaders in the peasants revolt?

Wat Tyler, John Ball and Jack Straw

How did the king deal with the peasants revolt?

He dealt with it by killing wat tyler and this made the peasants mentally weaker because they had no strong leader!

What is the peasants revolt about?

The Peasants' Revolt, Wat Tyler's Rebellion, or the Great Rising of 1381 was one of a number of popular revolts in late medieval Europe and is a major event in the history of England.

Why was there a peasants revolt in 1381?

Apart from thousands of rebels who were rounded up and executed after the revolt, the preaching priest John Ball was drawn and quartered, Wat Tyler was killed at Smithfield after an argument with the King's squire, the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Treasurer were executed by the peasants... it goes on and on!