Index of World War II articles (C)

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  1. C-108 Flying Fortress
  2. C-46 Commando
  3. C-47 Skytrain
  4. C-54 Skymaster
  5. C-76 Caravan
  6. C-87 Liberator Express
  7. Cabinet Schwerin von Krosigk
  8. Cactus Air Force
  9. Cairo Conference
  10. Cairo Declaration
  11. California World War II Army Airfields
  12. Call of Duty
  13. Cambridge American Cemetery and Memorial
  14. Campaign along the Southern Section of Datong-Puzhou Railway
  15. Campaign at the China-Burma Border
  16. Campaign in the Eastern Foothills of the Funiu Mountains
  17. Campaign of the North China Plain Pocket
  18. Campaign to Defend Siping
  19. Campaign to Suppress Bandits in Central and Southern China
  20. Campaign to Suppress Bandits in Dabieshan
  21. Campaign to Suppress Bandits in Liuwandashan
  22. Campaign to Suppress Bandits in Northeast China
  23. Campaign to Suppress Bandits in northeastern Guizhou
  24. Campaign to Suppress Bandits in Shiwandashan
  25. Campaign to Suppress Bandits in the Border Region of Hunan-Hubei-Sichuan
  26. Campaign to Suppress Bandits in Western Hunan
  27. Campaign to the North of Baoding
  28. Campaign to the North of Daqing River
  29. Campaign to the North of Nanchuan County
  30. Campaign to the South of Baoding
  31. Campaigns of World War II
  32. Camps in Poland during World War II
  33. Canada in the World Wars and Interwar Years
  34. Canadian Army Film and Photo Unit
  35. Canadian Automobile Machine Gun Brigade
  36. Canadian Battlefield Memorials Restoration Project
  37. Canadian Corps (World War II)
  38. Canadian Ethnic Cleansing Team
  39. Canadian Siberian Expeditionary Force
  40. Canadian Women's Army Corps
  41. Canicattì massacre
  42. Cannock Chase German war cemetery
  43. Canton Operation
  44. Capitulation in the Netherlands and Denmark
  45. Captain America
  46. Captain Hans Geering
  47. Captain Nazi
  48. Captured armour in German use on the Eastern Front
  49. Captured German equipment in Soviet use on the Eastern front
  50. Captured US firearms in Axis use in WW2
  51. Caretaker Government 1945
  52. Carpathian Half-Brigade of National Defence
  53. Carpatho-Ukraine
  54. Carrie's War
  55. Casablanca Conference
  56. Casemate d'Auenheim Nord
  57. Casemate de Rountzenheim Nord
  58. Casemate de Rountzenheim Sud
  59. Cases of controversial relations with the Axis of World War II
  60. Cash and carry (World War II)
  61. Castle Wolfenstein
  62. Caucasian Front (Soviet Union)
  63. Caucasian Mohammedan Legion
  64. Caucasian Muslim Legion
  65. Causes of World War II
  66. Center of Jewish Studies Shanghai
  67. Central Bank of Manchou
  68. Central Front (Soviet Union)
  69. Central Hopei Operation
  70. Central Hupei Operation
  71. Central Labour Camp Jaworzno
  72. Central Labour Camp Potulice
  73. Central Office for Jewish Emigration
  74. Central Office of the State Justice Administration for the Investigation of National Socialist Crimes
  75. Central Pacific Area Fleet
  76. Centre de la mémoire d'Oradour
  77. Centro di Documentazione Ebraica Contemporanea
  78. Ceux de la Libération
  79. Ceux de la Résistance
  80. Chahar People's Anti-Japanese Army
  81. Changjiao massacre
  82. Channel Islands Occupation Society
  83. Chant des Partisans
  84. Characters in Call of Duty
  85. Charles de Gaulle
  86. Charles H. Coolidge
  87. Charles Lindbergh
  88. Chelmno extermination camp
  89. Chenogne massacre
  90. Chester W. Nimitz
  91. Chetniks of Kosta Pećanac
  92. Chiang Kai-shek rifle
  93. Chiang Kai-shek
  94. China Burma India Theater of World War II
  95. China Coast Guard
  96. China Expeditionary Army
  97. China Girl (1942 film)
  98. China Station
  99. Chinchow Operation
  100. Chinese armies in the Second Sino-Japanese War
  101. Chinese Civil War
  102. Chinese Expeditionary Force in Burma
  103. Chinese Order of battle, Battle of Xuzhou
  104. Chinese People's National Salvation Army
  105. Chinese Republic Ministry of War
  106. Chinese Righteous Among the Nations
  107. Chinese Soviet Republic
  108. Chinese submarine 361
  109. Chronological overview of the liberation of Dutch cities and towns during World War II
  110. Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms
  111. Civil decorations of Nazi Germany
  112. Civilian life under the German occupation of the Channel Islands
  113. Claus Schenk Graf von Stauffenberg
  114. Clementine Churchill, Baroness Spencer-Churchill
  115. Close Combat (video game)
  116. Close Combat Clasp
  117. Close Combat III: The Russian Front
  118. Close Combat series
  119. Close Combat: A Bridge Too Far
  120. Coalition Government 1940–1945
  121. Coastal defences of Australia during World War II
  122. Coastal Forces of the Royal Australian Navy
  123. Coastal Forces of the Royal Canadian Navy
  124. Coastal Forces of the Royal New Zealand Navy
  125. Coastal Forces of World War II
  126. Coastal fortifications of New Zealand
  127. Coins of the Slovak koruna (WWII)
  128. Cold War
  129. Colditz (TV series)
  130. Colditz Castle
  131. Collaboration during World War II
  132. Collaborationism
  133. Collaborationist Chinese Army
  134. Collaborator (novel)
  135. Collected Poems (Primo Levi)
  136. Colonel Kurt Von Strohm
  137. Color of War (TV Series)
  138. Colorado World War II Army Airfields
  139. Combat (French Resistance)
  140. Combat Elite: WWII Paratroopers
  141. Combat Flight Simulator 2
  142. Combat Flight Simulator 3: Battle for Europe
  143. Combat Flight Simulator WWII Europe Series
  144. Combined Chiefs of Staff
  145. Combined Fleet
  146. Combined Operations (United Kingdom)
  147. Comfort women
  148. Comitato di Liberazione Nazionale
  149. Command & Conquer: Red Alert
  150. Commanders of World War II
  151. Commandos (series)
  152. Commandos 2: Men of Courage
  153. Commandos Strike at Dawn
  154. Commandos: Strike Force
  155. Commencement Bay-class escort carrier
  156. Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians
  157. Committee for the Liberation of the Peoples of Russia
  158. Communist Party of China
  159. Company of Heroes Online
  160. Company of Heroes: Opposing Fronts
  161. Company of Heroes
  162. Comparative military ranks of World War II
  163. Comparison of early World War II tanks
  164. Component Units, British 48th (South Midland) Infantry Division (World War II)
  165. Concentration camps in France
  166. Concentration camps Lety and Hodonín
  167. Condor Legion
  168. Confessions of a Nazi Spy
  169. Connecticut World War II Army Airfields
  170. Conscription Crisis of 1944
  171. Conscription in Mexico
  172. Conseil National de la Résistance
  173. Consequences of German Nazism
  174. Consolidated B-24 Survivors
  175. Consolidated PB4Y-2
  176. Continuation War
  177. Coral Sea order of battle
  178. Council of Relief Agencies Licensed to Operate in Germany
  179. Council on Books in Wartime
  180. Counter-Attack
  181. Counties of the Independent State of Croatia
  182. Coventry Blitz
  183. Coventry Cathedral
  184. Cretan resistance
  185. Crete order of battle
  186. Crimea Campaign
  187. Crisis: The Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor and Southeast Asia
  188. Criticism of Holocaust denial
  189. Croatian Righteous Among the Nations
  190. Croix de Guerre
  191. Cross-Channel guns in the Second World War
  192. Crveni krst concentration camp
  193. Cryptanalysis of the Enigma
  194. Cultural depictions of Anne Frank
  195. Cultural representations of the Warsaw Uprising
  196. Cyprus internment camps
  197. Cyriel Verschaeve
  198. Czech resistance to Nazi occupation
  199. Czechoslovak 11th Infantry Battalion
  200. Czechoslovak border fortifications
  201. Czechoslovak government-in-exile
  202. Czechoslovak Legion (1939)
  203. Czechoslovak military units on Eastern front

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Resistance movements during World War II occurred in every occupied country by a variety of means, ranging from non-cooperation, disinformation and propaganda, to hiding crashed pilots and even to outright warfare and the recapturing of towns. In many countries, resistance movements were sometimes also referred to as The Underground.

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Campaign to Suppress Bandits in Liuwandashan was a counter-guerrilla / counterinsurgency campaign the communists fought against the nationalist guerrilla that was mostly consisted of bandits and nationalist regular troops left behind after the nationalist regime withdrew from mainland China. The campaign was fought during the Chinese Civil War in the post-World War II era in the region of Liuwandashan in Guangxi and resulted in communist victory. This campaign is part of Campaign to Suppress Bandits in Guangxi, which in turn, was part of Campaign to Suppress Bandits in Central and Southern China.

Campaign to Suppress Bandits in Dabieshan was a counter-guerrilla / counterinsurgency campaign the communists fought against the nationalist guerrilla that was mostly consisted of bandits and nationalist regular troops left behind after the nationalist regime withdrew from mainland China. The campaign was fought during the Chinese Civil War in the post-World War II era in the region of Dabieshan and resulted in communist victory. This campaign was part of Campaign to Suppress Bandits in Central and Southern China.

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to World War II:

This is an Index of World War II articles, that can be found on Wikipedia.

  1. La Courneuve – 8 Mai 1945
  2. La Fondation pour la Mémoire de la Déportation
  3. La Liberation de Paris
  4. Lack of outside support in the Warsaw Uprising
  5. Lamason, Phil
  6. Landing Operation on Hainan Island
  7. Landing Ship, Tank
  8. Landing Vehicle Tracked
  9. Language of Nazi concentration camps
  10. Lapland War
  11. Last will and testament of Adolf Hitler
  12. Latvian Legion
  13. Latvian resistance movement
  14. Laws against Holocaust denial
  15. Lead up to the Warsaw Uprising
  16. Leadership ranks of the Sturmabteilung
  17. League of German Girls
  18. Lebensborn
  19. Lebensraum
  20. Legal purge in Norway after World War II
  21. Legion of French Volunteers Against Bolshevism
  22. Legionnaires' rebellion and Bucharest pogrom
  23. Leni Riefenstahl
  24. Leningrad Front
  25. Leningrad People's Opolcheniye Army
  26. Leopold III of Belgium
  27. Letters from Iwo Jima
  28. Lexington-class aircraft carrier
  29. Liberation Front of the Slovenian People
  30. Liberation of Arnhem
  31. Liberation of Paris
  32. Liberty ship
  33. Lichtenburg
  34. Lieutenant Hubert Gruber
  35. Lili Marleen
  36. List of Adolf Hitler books
  37. List of Adolf Hitler speeches
  38. List of air operations of the Battle of Europe
  39. List of aircraft engines in use by Japan during World War II
  40. List of Aircraft engines in use of Japanese Army Air Force
  41. List of aircraft engines of Germany during World War Two
  42. List of Aircraft engines used by Japanese Navy Air Service
  43. List of aircraft of Italy, World War II
  44. List of aircraft of Japan, World War II
  45. List of aircraft of Russia, World War II
  46. List of aircraft of the French Air Force during World War II
  47. List of aircraft of the British, World War II
  48. List of aircraft of the Japanese Navy
  49. List of aircraft of the Luftwaffe, World War II
  50. List of aircraft of the U.S. military, World War II
  51. List of aircraft of World War II
  52. List of Allied forces in the Normandy Campaign
  53. List of Allied propaganda films of World War II
  54. List of Allied ships at the Japanese surrender
  55. List of Allied traitors during World War Two
  56. List of Allied warships in the Normandy Landings
  57. List of armour used by the Imperial Japanese Army in the Second Sino-Japanese War
  58. List of armoured fighting vehicles of World War II
  59. List of artillery weapons of the Imperial Japanese Navy
  60. List of Australian divisions in World War II
  61. List of Australian divisions in WWII
  62. List of Axis war criminals
  63. List of B-29 Superfortress operators
  64. List of basic World War II topics
  65. List of battleships of Japan
  66. List of Bombs in use by Imperial Japanese Army
  67. List of British armies in World War I
  68. List of British armies in WWII
  69. List of British divisions in WWII
  70. List of British Empire divisions in World War II
  71. List of broadsides of major World War II ships
  72. List of Brothers in Arms characters
  73. List of Canadian divisions in World War II
  74. List of Canadian divisions in WWII
  75. List of Coastal Batteries in Australia and Territories during World War II
  76. List of common World War II infantry weapons
  77. List of component units of British 1st (African) Division
  78. List of component units of British 1st Armoured Division
  79. List of component units of British 1st Infantry Division
  80. List of component units of Fighter Command
  81. List of composers influenced by the Holocaust
  82. List of cruiser classes of the Imperial Japanese Navy
  83. List of demolished entertainment venues in Paris
  84. List of diplomatic missions during World War II
  85. List of Eastern Fleet ships
  86. List of engines and weapons used on Japanese tanks during World War II
  87. List of escort aircraft carriers of the Royal Navy
  88. List of Female SOE Agents
  89. List of films about Anne Frank
  90. List of films based on war books — 1927–1945
  91. List of Finnish armies in WWII
  92. List of Finnish corps in the Continuation War
  93. List of Finnish corps in the Winter War
  94. List of Finnish divisions in the Continuation War
  95. List of Finnish divisions in the Winter War
  96. List of Flower-class corvettes
  97. List of foreign aircraft tested by Japanese forces from 1930s to WW2
  98. List of foreign recipients of the Knight's Cross
  99. List of foreign vehicles used by Nazi Germany in World War II
  100. List of Gaue of Nazi Germany
  101. List of Gauleiters
  102. List of German Army Groups in WWII
  103. List of German concentration camps
  104. List of German corps in WWII
  105. List of German divisions in World War II
  106. List of German divisions in World War II
  107. List of German military units of World War II
  108. List of German World War II jet aces
  109. List of German World War II night fighter aces
  110. List of Hawker Hurricane operators
  111. List of helicopters used in World War II
  112. List of Holocaust films
  113. List of Holocaust survivors
  114. List of IJA Independent Mixed Brigades
  115. List of IJA Mixed Brigades
  116. List of Imperial Japanese Navy admirals
  117. List of Indian corps in WWII
  118. List of Indian divisions in WWII
  119. List of individuals in the Warsaw Uprising
  120. List of infantry weapons of the Imperial Japanese Navy
  121. List of Italian divisions in WWII
  122. List of Japanese-run internment camps during World War II
  123. List of Japanese aircraft in use during the Second Sino-Japanese War
  124. List of Japanese armored divisions
  125. List of Japanese Army military engineer vehicles of World War II
  126. List of Japanese Auxiliary Cruiser Commerce Raiders
  127. List of Japanese campaigns of the Second Sino-Japanese War
  128. List of Japanese dreadnought battleships
  129. List of Japanese government and military commanders of World War II
  130. List of Japanese HEAT Shells in WW2
  131. List of Japanese hell ships
  132. List of Japanese Infantry Divisions
  133. List of Japanese infantry weapons used in the Second-Sino Japanese War
  134. List of Japanese military detachments in World War II
  135. List of Japanese military equipment of World War II
  136. List of Japanese Mixed Brigades
  137. List of Japanese nationalist movements and parties
  138. List of Japanese naval commanders
  139. List of Japanese Navy Air Force aces
  140. List of Japanese Navy ships and war vessels in World War II
  141. List of Japanese steam battleships
  142. List of Japanese tanks and armoured vehicles of the WWII period
  143. List of Japanese trainer aircraft during World War II
  144. List of Japanese World War II explosives
  145. List of Japanese World War II military specialists on the USSR
  146. List of Japanese World War II navy bombs
  147. List of Japanese World War II radar
  148. List of Japanese WW2 Weapons
  149. List of jet aircraft of World War II
  150. List of Knight's Cross with Oak Leaves recipients: 1940
  151. List of Knight's Cross with Oak Leaves recipients: 1941
  152. List of Knight's Cross with Oak Leaves recipients: 1942
  153. List of Knight's Cross with Oak Leaves recipients: 1943
  154. List of Knight's Cross with Oak Leaves recipients: 1944
  155. List of Knight's Cross with Oak Leaves recipients: 1945
  156. List of Kriegsmarine ships
  157. List of leaders of Independent State of Croatia
  158. List of Liberty ships: A-F
  159. List of Liberty ships: G-L
  160. List of Liberty ships: M-R
  161. List of Liberty ships: S-Z
  162. List of Liberty ships
  163. List of limited service World War II combat vehicles
  164. List of living Knight’s Cross recipients
  165. List of Luftwaffe aircraft prototype projects during World War II
  166. List of Maginot Line ouvrages
  167. List of major U.S. Commands of World War II
  168. List of Mauthausen-Gusen inmates
  169. List of Medal of Honor recipients for the Battle of Iwo Jima
  170. List of Medal of Honor recipients for World War II
  171. List of Medal of Honor recipients: World War II
  172. List of members of the July 20 Plot
  173. List of military aircraft of Germany
  174. List of military engagements of World War II
  175. List of military equipment of the Canadian Army during the Second World War
  176. List of Military Operations in the West European Theater during WW2 by Year
  177. List of Military operations on the Eastern Front European Theater during WW2
  178. List of military operations on the Eastern Front of World War II
  179. List of military operations
  180. List of military units in the Warsaw Uprising
  181. List of military vehicles of World War II
  182. List of National Socialist publishers
  183. List of Naval and land based operations in Mediterranean Sea Area during WW2
  184. List of Naval and land based operations in Pacific Theater during WW2
  185. List of Nazi-German concentration camps
  186. List of Nazi Party leaders and officials
  187. List of networks and movements of the French Resistance
  188. List of New Zealand divisions in World War II
  189. List of North African Campaign Battles
  190. List of officers and commanders in the Battle of Stalingrad
  191. List of officers of the People's Liberation Army
  192. List of people involved with the French Resistance
  193. List of people who assisted Jews during the Holocaust
  194. List of Polish armies in World War II
  195. List of Polish armies in WWII
  196. List of Polish divisions in World War II
  197. List of Polish divisions in WWII
  198. List of posthumous publications of Holocaust victims
  199. List of POW camps in Australia
  200. List of POW camps in Britain
  201. List of POW camps in Canada
  202. List of POW camps in Italy
  203. List of POW camps in Japan
  204. List of POW camps in occupied Germany
  205. List of POW camps in the Soviet Union
  206. List of POW camps in the United States
  207. List of prisoner-of-war camps in Germany
  208. List of Pro-Axis Leaders and Governments or Direct Control in Occupied Territories
  209. List of prototype World War II combat vehicles
  210. List of prototype WWII combat vehicles
  211. List of Radars in use by Imperial Japanese Army
  212. List of Righteous Among the Nations by country
  213. List of Royal Air Force aircraft squadrons
  214. List of Second World War Victoria Cross recipients
  215. List of secondary and special-issue World War II infantry weapons
  216. List of ships of the Free French Naval Forces
  217. List of ships of the Japanese Navy
  218. List of ships sunk by Axis warships in Australian waters
  219. List of ships sunk by the Imperial Japanese Navy
  220. List of SOE Agents
  221. List of SOE establishments
  222. List of South African Divisions in World War II
  223. List of Soviet Union divisions 1917–1945
  224. List of Special Operations Executive Operations in WW2
  225. List of SS personnel
  226. List of subcamps of Auschwitz
  227. List of subcamps of Buchenwald
  228. List of subcamps of Dachau
  229. List of subcamps of Flossenbürg
  230. List of subcamps of Gross-Rosen
  231. List of subcamps of Herzogenbusch
  232. List of subcamps of Kraków-Płaszów
  233. List of subcamps of Mauthausen
  234. List of subcamps of Mittelbau
  235. List of subcamps of Natzweiler-Struthof
  236. List of subcamps of Neuengamme
  237. List of subcamps of Ravensbrück
  238. List of subcamps of Sachsenhausen
  239. List of subcamps of Stutthof
  240. List of successful U-boat commanders
  241. List of tanks and armoured vehicles of the Imperial Japanese Navy
  242. List of territories occupied by Imperial Japan
  243. List of the 108 Martyrs of World War Two
  244. List of theaters and campaigns of World War II
  245. List of U-boat aces
  246. List of U-boats never deployed
  247. List of undersea-carried planes during World War II
  248. List of uniforms and clothing of WWII
  249. List of United States Army Air Forces Air Force Component Commands
  250. List of United States Army divisions during World War II
  251. List of United States Navy escort aircraft carriers
  252. List of United States Navy losses in World War II
  253. List of United States Navy ships present at Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941
  254. List of units using the B-26 Marauder during World War II
  255. List of V-1 storage depots
  256. List of V-2 test launches
  257. List of Vichy France Air Aces
  258. List of victims of Nazism
  259. List of victims of the Babi Yar massacre
  260. List of Victory ships
  261. List of Waffen SS units
  262. List of war apology statements issued by Japan
  263. List of weapons of military aircraft of Germany during World War Two
  264. List of weapons of the Japanese Navy
  265. List of weapons of World War II Japanese aircraft
  266. List of weapons on Japanese combat aircraft
  267. List of World War II aces by country
  268. List of World War II aces from Australia
  269. List of World War II aces from Austria
  270. List of World War II aces from Belgium
  271. List of World War II aces from Bulgaria
  272. List of World War II aces from Canada
  273. List of World War II aces from China
  274. List of World War II aces from Croatia
  275. List of World War II aces from Czechoslovakia
  276. List of World War II aces from Denmark
  277. List of World War II aces from Finland
  278. List of World War II aces from France
  279. List of World War II aces from Germany
  280. List of World War II aces from Greece
  281. List of World War II aces from Hungary
  282. List of World War II aces from Italy
  283. List of World War II aces from Japan
  284. List of World War II aces from New Zealand
  285. List of World War II aces from Norway
  286. List of World War II aces from Poland
  287. List of World War II aces from Rhodesia
  288. List of World War II aces from Romania
  289. List of World War II aces from Slovakia
  290. List of World War II aces from South Africa
  291. List of World War II aces from Spain
  292. List of World War II aces from the Soviet Union
  293. List of World War II aces from the United Kingdom
  294. List of World War II aces from the United States
  295. List of World War II aces from United States
  296. List of World War II aces from Yugoslavia
  297. List of World War II air aces
  298. List of World War II artillery
  299. List of World War II Battles
  300. List of World War II battles
  301. List of World War II British naval radar
  302. List of World War II conferences
  303. List of World War II convoys
  304. List of World War II electronic warfare equipment
  305. List of World War II evacuations
  306. List of World War II films
  307. List of World War II firearms of Germany
  308. List of World War II firearms
  309. List of World War II flying aces from Romania
  310. List of World War II guided missiles of Germany
  311. List of World War II Infantry Anti-Tank Weapons of Germany
  312. List of World War II military aircraft of Germany
  313. List of World War II military equipment
  314. List of World War II military gliders
  315. List of World War II military operations
  316. List of World War II military units of Germany
  317. List of World War II military vehicles by country
  318. List of World War II military vehicles of Germany
  319. List of World War II POW camps
  320. List of World War II ship classes
  321. List of World War II ships of less than 1000 tons
  322. List of World War II ships
  323. List of World War II torpedoes of Germany
  324. List of World War II video games
  325. List of World War II weapons of France
  326. List of World War II weapons of Germany
  327. List of World War II weapons of Italy
  328. List of World War II weapons of the Soviet Union
  329. List of World War II weapons of the United Kingdom
  330. List of World War II weapons of the United States
  331. List of World War II weapons
  332. List of WW2 Luftwaffe aircraft by manufacturer
  333. List of WWII POW camps in Kenya
  334. Lists of World War II topics
  335. Lithuanian 1941 independence
  336. Lithuanian Activist Front
  337. Lithuanian Security Police
  338. Lithuanian Territorial Defense Force
  339. Little Boy
  340. Liverpool Blitz
  341. Living with the enemy in the German-occupied Channel Islands
  342. Local Self-Defence in Lithuania during the Nazi German occupation (1941–1944)
  343. Lockheed Model 10 Electra
  344. Lockheed Model 18 Lodestar
  345. Lockheed P-38 Survivors
  346. Lom prisoner of war camp
  347. London and Paris Conferences
  348. London Can Take It!
  349. London Charter of the International Military Tribunal
  350. London Victory Parade of 1946
  351. Los Alamos National Laboratory
  352. Los Alamos National Security
  353. Los Alamos Primer
  354. Los Alamos Ranch School
  355. Los Alamos, New Mexico
  356. Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust
  357. Losses during the Second Battle of the Atlantic
  358. Lost Battalion
  359. Lower Silesian Offensive Operation
  360. LSM-1-class landing ship medium
  361. Lublin-Brest Offensive Operation
  362. Lublin Army
  363. Lublin R-VIII
  364. Lublin R-XIII
  365. Luftflotte 1
  366. Luftflotte 2
  367. Luftflotte 3
  368. Luftflotte 4
  369. Luftflotte 5
  370. Luftflotte 6
  371. Luftflotte Reich
  372. Luftlande-Sturm-Regiment
  373. Luftstreitkräfte
  374. Luftvärnskanonvagn L-62 Anti II
  375. Luftwaffe Central (Weissrutenische) detachment
  376. Luftwaffe Commander
  377. Luftwaffe Field Division
  378. Luftwaffe Fliegerführer
  379. Luftwaffe Institute of Aviation Medicine
  380. Luftwaffe North (Ostland) detachment
  381. Luftwaffe Northern (Arctic) detachment(Luftflotte 5)(Finland-Norway)
  382. Luftwaffe Order of Battle August 1940
  383. Luftwaffe serviceable aircraft strengths (1940-1945)
  384. Luftwaffe Southern (Balkan-Ukraine) detachment
  385. Luftwaffe units before the 1939 invasion of Poland
  386. Luftwaffe
  387. Luftwaffen-Legion Lettland
  388. Luftwaffenhelfer
  389. Luftwaffenmuseum der Bundeswehr
  390. Luger P08 pistol
  391. Luxembourg in World War II
  392. Luxembourgish government-in-exile
  393. Luxembourgish Patriot League
  394. Luxembourgish Red Lion
  395. Luxembourg Resistance
  396. LVI Panzer Corps
  397. Lviv Civilian Massacre (1941)
  398. Lviv pogroms
  399. Lvov-Sandomierz Offensive
  400. Lwów Ghetto
  401. Lwów Uprising
  402. LXIV Corps (Germany)
  403. Léon Degrelle

The Special Group Bergmann or the Bergmann Battalion was a military unit of the German Abwehr during World War II, composed of five German-officered companies of the Caucasian volunteers.

Josef Buršík was a Czech resistance fighter, general, dissident, and political prisoner. During World War II, while fighting with the First Czechoslovak Independent Field Battalion, later reorganized as the First Czechoslovak Independent Brigade he was awarded the Gold Medal of the Hero of the Soviet Union.

Slovak National Uprising rebellion

The Slovak National Uprising or 1944 Uprising was an armed insurrection organized by the Slovak resistance movement during World War II. This resistance movement was represented mainly by the members of the Democratic Party, but also by social democrats and Communists, albeit on a smaller scale. It was launched on 29 August 1944 from Banská Bystrica in an attempt to resist German troops that had occupied Slovak territory and to overthrow the collaborationist government of Jozef Tiso. Although the resistance was largely defeated by German forces, guerrilla operations continued until the Soviet Army, Czechoslovak Army and Romanian Army liberated Fascist Slovakia in 1945.