The term Lebanon War can refer to any of the following wars, fought in Lebanon:
- Lebanese Civil War (1975–1990)
- Hundred Days' War 1978 (part of the Lebanese Civil War)
- 1982 Lebanon War (part of the Lebanese Civil War, also known as the First Lebanon War)
- Mountain War (Lebanon) 1983–1984 (part of the Lebanese Civil War)
- War of the Camps 1984–1989 (part of the Lebanese Civil War)
- 2006 Lebanon War (also known as the Second Lebanon War or Israel-Hezbollah war)
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Famous quotes containing the word war:
“The British blockade won the war; but the wonder is that the British blockhead did not lose it. I suppose the enemy was no wiser. War is not a sharpener of wits.”
—George Bernard Shaw (18561950)