War of liberation

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For the Napoleonic "War of Liberation", see War of the Sixth Coalition. For the "War of Liberation" of the People's Republic of China, see Chinese Civil War. For the "Liberation War" of the People's Republic of Bangladesh, see Bangladesh Liberation War.

A War of liberation is a conflict which is primarily intended to bring freedom or independence to a nation or group. Examples might include a war to overthrow a colonial power, or to remove a dictator from power. Such wars are often unconventional.[1][2][3] When a war is large - but not complete - overlap between a War of liberation and a War of Independence can occur.

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