White Eagle

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White Eagle or White Eagles may refer to:




  • The White Eagle Lodge, a spiritual organisation based in England, founded in 1936
  • The White Eagles (paramilitary), a Serbian paramilitary group under the command of Vojislav Šešelj during the Croatian War of Independence (1991–95) and Bosnian conflict (1992–1995)
  • Vulturii Albi (White Eagle), former name of the Crusade of Romanianism, a Romanian fascist group formed in 1934

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