Exile (disambiguation)

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Exile is to be away from one's home while being explicitly refused permission to return.

Exile, exiled, or exiles or The Exile or The Exiles may also refer to:

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  • The Babylonian exile of the 6th century B.C., during which the Jewish people were exiled from Palestine to Babylon
  • Cuban exile, the large exodus of Cubans since the 1959 Cuban Revolution
  • Malta exiles, men of politics, high rank soldiers, administrators and intellectuals of the Ottoman Empire who were sent to exile in Malta
  • Marian exiles, more than 800 English Protestants who mostly fled to Germany, Switzerland, and France and joined with reformed churches
  • Project Exile, a controversial federal program started in Richmond, Virginia in 1997
  • Tax exile, one who chooses to leave their native country and instead to domicile themselves in a foreign nation where taxes are lower or nil
  • Exile of Republicans in Spain, the large amount of people who fled from Spain to other countries (France, Mexico, the United States) during the regime of Francisco Franco

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