Partisan

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Partisan may refer to:

Politics[edit]

Military[edit]

Films[edit]

Music[edit]

  • Po šumama i gorama, a Yugoslav Partisan version of the traditional song of Red Partisans in Serbia during 1918–1920 Russian Civil War
  • "Chant des Partisans", a song written by Anna Marly in 1943, with French lyrics by Joseph Kessel and Maurice Druon
  • "La Complainte du partisan", a song written by Anna Marly in 1943, with French lyrics by Emmanuel d'Astier de la Vigerie
    • "The Partisan", an English language adaptation of "La Complainte du partisan" by Hy Zaret, made popular by Leonard Cohen in 1969
  • The Partisans (band), a 1980s punk and Oi! band
  • Partisan Records, an American independent record label based in Brooklyn, New York
  • The Partisan Seed, music moniker for Filipe Miranda, a Portuguese singer/songwriter

Other uses[edit]

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