Index of World War II articles (X–Z)

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X

  1. X-10hir
  2. X Corps (United Kingdom)
  3. X Corps (United States)
  4. X Force
  5. X SS Corps (Germany)
  6. X. B. Saintine
  7. Xan Fielding
  8. Xavier Gravelaine
  9. Xavier Le Pichon
  10. Xavier Lesage
  11. Xavier Marmier
  12. Xavier Vallat
  13. Xavier, Duke of Parma
  14. Xawery Czernicki
  15. Xawery Dunikowski
  16. Xi'an Incident
  17. Xi Qia
  18. Xia Chuzhong
  19. Xia Wei
  20. Xian H-6
  21. Xian JH-7
  22. Xiang Ying
  23. Xie Jinyuan
  24. Xie Jishi
  25. XII Corps (United States)
  26. XIII Corps (United Kingdom)
  27. XIII Corps (United States)
  28. Xinghua Campaign
  29. Xingning airbase
  30. Xiong Guangkai
  31. XIV Corps (United States)
  32. XL Panzer Corps
  33. XLVIII Panzer Corps (Germany)
  34. Xu Shiyou
  35. Xu Tingyao
  36. Xu Xiangqian
  37. Xu Yuanquan
  38. XU
  39. Xue Yue
  40. XV Corps (United States)
  41. XVI Corps (United Kingdom)
  42. XVIII Airborne Corps (United States)
  43. XVth SS Cossack Cavalry Corps
  44. XX Bomber Command
  45. XX Corps (United Kingdom)
  46. XX Corps (United States)
  47. XXI Corps (United States)
  48. XXII Corps (United States)
  49. XXIV Corps (United States)
  50. XXVII Corps (Germany)
  51. XXVIII Army Corps (Wehrmacht)
  52. XXX Corps (United Kingdom)
  53. XXXIX Panzer Corps (Germany)
  54. XXXVI Corps (Germany)
  55. XXXVIII Corps (Germany)
  56. XXXXI Panzer Corps (Germany)

Y

  1. Y-12 National Security Complex
  2. Y-Gerät (navigation)
  3. Y-stations
  4. Yılmaz Güney
  5. Yōsuke Matsuoka
  6. Yōsuke Yamahata
  7. Yaacov Lozowick
  8. Yacine Abdessadki
  9. Yad Vashem
  10. Yahya Muhammad Hamid ed-Din
  11. Yakov Dzhugashvili
  12. Yakov Kreizer
  13. Yakov Pavlov
  14. Yakovlev Yak-1
  15. Yakovlev Yak-14
  16. Yakovlev Yak-3
  17. Yakovlev Yak-6
  18. Yakovlev Yak-9
  19. Yalta Conference
  20. Yamagata Aritomo
  21. Yamakawa Hiroshi
  22. Yamamoto Gonnohyōe
  23. Yamanashi Hanzō
  24. Yamaoka Tesshu
  25. Yamashita's gold
  26. Yamashita Gentarō
  27. Yamato (film)
  28. Yamato-classbattleship
  29. Yamato Ichihashi
  30. Yamaya Tanin
  31. Yan Pascal Tortelier
  32. Yang Aiyuan
  33. Yang Dezhi
  34. Yang Hucheng
  35. Yang Huimin
  36. Yang Jingyu
  37. Yang Ruifu
  38. Yank, the Army Weekly
  39. Yanks
  40. Yann Goulet
  41. Yann Lachuer
  42. Yannick Boli
  43. Yantarny
  44. Yanzhou Campaign
  45. Yao Aziawonou
  46. Yao Zhenshan
  47. Yaron Svoray
  48. Yaroslav Stetsko
  49. Yashiro Rokurō
  50. Yasuhiro Ishimoto
  51. Yasuhiro Nakasone
  52. Yasui v. United States
  53. Yasuji Kaneko
  54. Yasuji Okamura
  55. Yasukuni (2007 film)
  56. Yasuoka Detachment
  57. Yasutomi Nishizuka
  58. Yasuyo Yamasaki
  59. Ye Jianying
  60. Ye Ting
  61. Ye Zhao
  62. Yeardley Smith
  63. Yehiel De-Nur
  64. Yehuda Amital
  65. Yehuda Bauer
  66. Yekaterina Zelenko
  67. Yekusiel Yehuda Teitelbaum (II)
  68. Yekusiel Yehudah Halberstam
  69. Yellow badge
  70. Yellow Canary (film)
  71. Yellow Tapers for Paris
  72. Yelnya Offensive
  73. Yen Hsi-shan
  74. Yeshwant Ghadge
  75. Yevgeniy Savitskiy
  76. Yevgeniya Rudneva
  77. Yin Ju-keng
  78. Yisachar Shlomo Teichtal
  79. Yisrael Meir Lau
  80. Yitskhok Rudashevski
  81. Yitzchok Breiter
  82. Yitzhak Arad
  83. Yitzhak Gitterman
  84. Yitzhak Shamir
  85. YMS-1-classminesweeper
  86. YMS-282
  87. Yngvar Bryn
  88. Yo-Yo Ma
  89. Yoann Bouchard
  90. Yoann Folly
  91. Yogi Berra
  92. Yokosuka D4Y
  93. Yokosuka E14Y
  94. Yokosuka K5Y
  95. Yokosuka MXY5
  96. Yokosuka MXY9
  97. Yokosuka Naval Air Technical Arsenal
  98. Yokosuka naval airfield
  99. Yokosuka Naval Arsenal
  100. Yokosuka P1Y
  101. Yolande Beekman
  102. Yom HaShoah
  103. Yonassan Gershom
  104. Yorkie Doodle Dandy
  105. Yorkshire County Division
  106. Yorktown-classaircraft carrier
  107. Yoshiaki Yoshimi
  108. Yoshida Maru
  109. Yoshida Maru No. 1
  110. Yoshihide Hayashi
  111. Yoshijirō Umezu
  112. Yoshiko Kawashima
  113. Yoshinori Kobayashi
  114. Yoshinori Shirakawa
  115. Yoshio Kodaira
  116. Yoshio Muto
  117. Yoshio Shinozuka
  118. Yoshisuke Aikawa
  119. Yoshito Matsushige
  120. Yoshitoshi Tokugawa
  121. Yoshitsugu Saitō
  122. Yoshitsugu Tatekawa
  123. Yoshiyuki Kawashima
  124. Yossarian
  125. You're in the Navy Now
  126. You Came Along
  127. You, John Jones!
  128. Youness Bengelloun
  129. Young-Oak Kim
  130. Young Guard (Soviet resistance)
  131. Younousse Sankharé
  132. Your Job in Germany
  133. Youth Aliyah
  134. Ypatingasis būrys
  135. Ysmael R. Villegas
  136. Ysselsteyn
  137. Yu Chung-han
  138. Yu Han-mou
  139. Yu Hanmou
  140. Yu Hsueh-chung
  141. Yu Jishi
  142. Yu Xuezhong
  143. Yuanwang
  144. Yuba County Airport
  145. Yucca Army Airfield
  146. Yuch'in-class landing craft mechanized
  147. Yuch'in-class landing craft medium
  148. Yugoslav Partisans
  149. Yugoslavia in World War II
  150. Yui Mitsue
  151. Yuji Fujinawa
  152. Yuji Ichioka
  153. Yuki Shimoda
  154. Yukio Kasahara
  155. Yukio Okutsu
  156. Yukio Seki
  157. Yulia Barsukova
  158. Yulin-classgunboat
  159. Yuliya Samoylova
  160. Yumio Nasu
  161. Yumjaagiin Tsedenbal
  162. Yun Chung-Ok
  163. Yuri Kochiyama
  164. Yuriko (dancer)
  165. Yuzo Matsuyama
  166. Yvan Goll
  167. Yves Bonnefoy
  168. Yves Chauvin
  169. Yves Congar
  170. Yves Deroff
  171. Yves Godard (French officer)
  172. Yves Mariot
  173. Yves Mersch
  174. Yves Meyer
  175. Yves Montand
  176. Yves Pouliquen
  177. Yves Robert
  178. Yves Rocard
  179. Yves Triantafyllos
  180. Yvette Guilbert
  181. Yvon Le Roux
  182. Yvonne Claire Rudellat
  183. Yvonne Cormeau
  184. Yvonne Nevéjean
  185. Yvonne Rudelatt

Z

  1. Z Plan (Japan)
  2. Z3 (computer)
  3. Za dom spremni
  4. Załuski Library
  5. Zaharia Stancu
  6. Zaklików
  7. Zalman Grinberg
  8. Zambrów
  9. Zamość Uprising
  10. Zang Shiyi
  11. Zaslaw
  12. ZAVNOBiH
  13. ZAVNOCGB
  14. ZAVNOH
  15. Zawisza (Szare Szeregi)
  16. Zazie dans le metro (film)
  17. Zazie in the Metro
  18. Zazou
  19. ZB-30
  20. ZB vz. 26
  21. Zbigniew Gawlor
  22. Zbigniew Herbert
  23. Zbigniew Kabata
  24. ZBOR
  25. Zdeněk Nehoda
  26. Zdzisław Peszkowski
  27. Zealandia
  28. Zelig Kalmanovich
  29. Zemgor
  30. Zen at War
  31. Zeng Wanzhong
  32. Zengo Yoshida
  33. Zenon Kossak
  34. Zenshuji
  35. Zentralstelle für jüdische Auswanderung
  36. Zephyrhills Municipal Airport
  37. Zeppelin-Staaken R.VI
  38. Zgoda labour camp
  39. Zhang Aiping
  40. Zhang Fakui
  41. Zhang Guohua
  42. Zhang Guotao
  43. Zhang Jinghui
  44. Zhang Lingyun
  45. Zhang Side
  46. Zhang Xueliang
  47. Zhang Xuezhong
  48. Zhang Zhijian
  49. Zhang Zhizhong
  50. Zhang Zizhong
  51. Zhang Zuolin
  52. Zhao Chengshou
  53. Zhao Dengyu
  54. Zhao Nanqi
  55. Zhao Shangzhi
  56. Zhao Shoushan
  57. Zhejiang-Jiangxi Campaign
  58. Zheng Xiaoxu
  59. Zhengtai Campaign
  60. Zhetel ghetto
  61. Zhongma Fortress
  62. Zhou Baozhong
  63. Zhou Enlai
  64. Zhou Fohai
  65. Zhou Nie
  66. Zhoucun-Zhangdian Campaign
  67. Zhu Chenghu
  68. Zhu De
  69. Zhu Qi
  70. Zhu Shaoliang
  71. Zichenau (region)
  72. Zielgerät 1229
  73. Zig and Zag (Australian performers)
  74. Zimmerit
  75. Zinaida Portnova
  76. Zinovy Peshkov
  77. Zipang (anime)
  78. Zipang (manga)
  79. Zirkus Rosarius
  80. ZiS-30
  81. ZIS-6
  82. Zivia Lubetkin
  83. ZK-383
  84. Zodiac and Swastika
  85. Zofia Kossak-Szczucka
  86. Zog Nit Keynmol
  87. Zollgrenzschutz
  88. Zoltán Böszörmény
  89. Zoltán Halmay
  90. Zoltán Ozoray Schenker
  91. Zoltán Speidl
  92. Zoran Vulić
  93. Zorin Blitz
  94. Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya
  95. Zsiga Rozenberg
  96. Zsuzsa Almássy
  97. Zuzana Justman
  98. Zvesda (1953)
  99. Zvezda (2002)
  100. Zweites Buch
  101. Zygmunt Łempicki
  102. Zygmunt Bauman
  103. Zygmunt Bohusz-Szyszko
  104. Zygmunt Steuermann
  105. Zygmunt Szendzielarz
  106. Zygmunt Witymir Bieńkowski
  107. Zyklon B

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