What is liberation?

  • (noun): The act of liberating someone or something.
    Synonyms: release, freeing
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on liberation:

National Liberation War Of Macedonia
... The National Liberation War of Macedonia (Macedonian Народноослободителна Борба на Македонија, Narodnoosloboditelna Borba na ... The operation was a regional conflict of the greater Yugoslav People's Liberation War but combatants also developed further aspirations over the geographic region of ...
Azawagh And Ayr Region - History
... sparked a rebellion by the region's Tuareg population, with groups such as Front for the Liberation of Aïr and Azaouak and the Front for the Liberation of Tamoust ...
National Liberation War Of Macedonia - 1943 - Formation of The Communist Party of Macedonia (CPM)
... Macedonian people in the anti-fascist struggle for national liberation ... into five operative zones, and efforts were made to make direct contact with the liberation movements in Albania, Bulgaria and Greece ... This allowed for the expansion of the National Liberation Committees and the creation of larger military units, as decided at a conference in Prespa on 2 August 1943 ...
Arab Liberation Front
... Arab Liberation Front (Arabic جبهة التحرير العربية, Jabhet Al-Tahrir Al-'Arabiyah‎) is a minor Palestinian political faction of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO ...
Juye County - History - Liberation
... In April 1953 Huxi was dismantled and its parts shared out ... Juye then came into its present municipal region of Heze ...

More definitions of "liberation":

  • (noun): The attempt to achieve equal rights or status.
    Example: "She worked for women's liberation"

Famous quotes containing the word liberation:

    Madness need not be all breakdown. It may also be break-through. It is potential liberation and renewal as well as enslavement and existential death.
    —R.D. (Ronald David)

    The women’s liberation movement at this point in history makes the American Communist Party of the 1930s look like a monolith.
    Nora Ephron (b. 1941)

    Whether we regard the Women’s Liberation movement as a serious threat, a passing convulsion, or a fashionable idiocy, it is a movement that mounts an attack on practically everything that women value today and introduces the language and sentiments of political confrontation into the area of personal relationships.
    Arianna Stassinopoulos (b. 1950)