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White Guard may refer to:
- White Guard (Finland), part of the White Army during the 1918 Finnish Civil War
- White Guard, a name given collectively by the Partisans to collaborators in Slovenia during World War II : referred to the Slovenian Alliance or its armed force the Legion of Death, the Slovene Anti-Communist Volunteer Militia and later to the Slovene Home Guard
- Military arm of the Russian White movement
- The White Guard, a 1966 novel by Mikhail Bulgakov about the Russian White movement
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