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The term "Blue Shirts", when used by itself, can refer to several organizations, mostly fascist organizations found in the 1920s and 1930s.
- Les Tuniques Bleues, a Belgian comic about the American Civil War
- Derogatory term for Transportation Security Administration Agents comparing them to the Nazi Brown Shirts
- The American National Blue Shirt Minutemen
- The British Fascists
- Blue Shirts (Canada), the paramilitary wing of the National Unity Party (Parti national social chrétien)
- The Chinese Blue Shirts Society
- The Free German Youth, the official socialist youth movement of the German Democratic Republic and the Socialist Unity Party of Germany
- The French groups:
- The Irish Blueshirts
- National Syndicalists (Portugal)
- The Romanian Lăncieri
- The Spanish Falange
- The Egyptian Blue Shirts (al-Qumsan al-zarqa')
- The Italian Blue shirts
- The swedish NSAP:s version of the SA had blue shirts.
- The Toronto Blueshirts
- "Broadway Blueshirts", a common nickname for the New York Rangers
- in American college sports, a colloquial designation for a walk-on assumed to eventually obtain a scholarship; derivative of redshirt
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