Defence League

Defence League (or Defense League) may refer to:

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Other articles related to "defence league, defence":

Estonian Defence League - Personnel - Uniforms
... Standard uniforms of the Estonian Defence Forces are issued to Defence League personnel ... been worn on civilian clothing to distinguish members of the Defence League from civilians during periods when Defence League units did not have sufficient inventories to supply every member with a ...
Meir Weinstein - English Defence League
... In 2011, Weinstein's Jewish Defence League organized a "support rally" for the controversial English Defence League featuring a live speech, via Skype, by EDL leader Tommy Robinson ...
Estonian Defence League
... The Estonian Defence League (Estonian Kaitseliit) is the name of the unified paramilitary armed forces of the Republic of Estonia ... The Defence League is a paramilitary defence organization which aim is to guarantee the preservation of the independence and sovereignty of the state, the integrity of its ... The Defence League possesses arms and engages in military exercises, fulfilling the tasks given to it by the law ...
Arsenal Crossley - Operational History
... the cars that were built, the vast majority (11) of them were issued to the Estonian Defence Forces and formed an armored car company with four platoons which was assigned to an Auto-ta ... The remaining two cars were ordered by the Estonian Defence League and these were delivered in 1927 ... "Pikker" (Arsenal Crossley cars in the Estonian Defence Forces had no names) ...

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