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A military council is an approach to organization by a council with representatives from various bodies.
The term "military council" applied to organisational groupings of senior ranking officers in the European armies of the 19th century during operational planning, also refers to the practice retained in the Soviet's Red Army until 1947.
As a proper noun term it may refer to:
- Military Council for Justice and Democracy, the supreme political body of Mauritania
- Military Council of National Salvation, a military group administering Poland during the period of martial law, 1981–1983
- Revolutionary Military Council, the supreme military authority of Soviet Russia from 1918 to 1934
- Transitional Military Council, a council created to lead Sudan, lasted from April 1985 to April 1986
- Shura Council of Benghazi Revolutionaries
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