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Tovarishch or tovarisch is a Russian word meaning comrade, friend, colleague, or ally. It may also refer to:
- Gorch Fock (1933), a German three-mast barque, used by the USSR under the name Tovarishch, later a museum ship
- Tovaritch (play), a 1933 play by French writer Jacques Deval
- Tovarich, a 1935 play by Robert E. Sherwood based on Jacques Deval's play
- Tovaritch (film), a 1935 French film based on the Deval play
- Tovarich (film), a 1937 American film based on the Sherwood play and starring Claudette Colbert and Charles Boyer
- Tovarich (musical), a 1963 musical based on the play and featuring Vivien Leigh
- Tovarich, a comic strip by Antonio Prohías
- Tovarishch (1906), a bourgeois daily paper published in St. Petersburg, Russia, from 1906 to 1908
- Towarzysz, cavalry soldiers in the Polish army since the 16th century
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