New Order

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New Order may refer to:


  • L'Ordine Nuovo (The New Order), a socialist newspaper edited by Antonio Gramsci in the early 1920s
  • New Order in East Asia, propaganda term for Japanese-dominated East Asia announced by Japanese prime minister Konoe Fumimaro in 1938
  • New Order in the Middle East, the name informally given to Ariel Sharon's plans during the 1982 First Lebanon War
  • New Order (Indonesia) (Orde Baru), former Indonesian president Suharto's regime
  • New Order (Nazism) (Neuordnung), the mis-translated term for the geo-political and ideological future goals of the Third Reich during the 1940s
  • New Order (Venezuela), a far-right revolutionary nationalist political party 1974–2002
  • Ordine Nuovo, an Italian far right organization
  • Ordre Nouveau (1930s), a French non-conformist organization
  • Ordre Nouveau (1960s), a French nationalist organisation (1969–73)
  • Shintaisen ("New Order" in Japanese), the political movement promoted by the Taisei Yokusankai (Imperial Rule Assistance Association) in World War II

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Other uses[edit]

  • Novus ordo seclorum, Latin for "New Order of the Ages", appears on the back of the U.S. dollar bill since 1935
  • Novus Ordo Missae, the Roman-Rite Mass as revised after the Second Vatican Council (1962–65)
  • Wolfenstein: The New Order, a sequel to the 2009 video game Wolfenstein and a re-imaging of the franchise
  • Nizam-i Djedid (New Order), series of reforms made by the Ottoman government during the reign of Selim III

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