Hearts of Oak
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Hearts of Oak may refer to:
- "Heart of Oak," the official march of the Royal Navy and other navies
- Hearts of Oak (New York militia), a volunteer military unit formed during the American Revolutionary War
- Hearts of Oak (Ireland), an agrarian protest society in the province of Ulster, Ireland
- Hearts of Oak (play), an 1879 play by James Herne and David Belasco
- Hearts of Oak (1914 film), a 1914 film directed by Wray Physioc
- Hearts of Oak (film), a 1924 film directed by John Ford
- Hearts of Oak (album), an album by the band Ted Leo and the Pharmacists
- Accra Hearts of Oak SC, a football (soccer) club from Ghana
- Hearts of Oak (supporters group), a football (soccer) supporters group for New York City Football Club
- HMS Heart of Oak - one of three vessels named "Heart of Oak" that served the British Royal Navy
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