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White Russian may refer to:
People and groups
- White movement members during the Russian Civil War from 1918 to 1923
- A White émigré from the Russian Civil War
- A person from Belarus, which translates as "White Russia"
- Belarusian language, the language of the Belarusian people
- Old Believers, a religious group sometimes called White Russians
- White Russian (cocktail), an alcoholic beverage
Arts, entertainment, and media
- The White Russians, an Australian band fronted by Pinky Beecroft
- "Min kvite russer" ("My White Russian" in English), a song by Kaizers Orchestra from their album Evig pint
- "White Russian", a song by Marillion from their 1987 UK #2 album Clutching at Straws
- The White Russian, a novel by Tom Bradby
- The codename for OpenWrt version 0.9
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