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List of nationalist organizations

This is a list of nationalist organizations. Clarification of which sort of nationalism is given after some entries. This list does not include governments and formal armies.

Africa

Egypt

South Africa

Zimbabwe

Europe

Albania

Armenia

Austria

Belgium

Nationwide

Flanders

Wallonia

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnian

Croatian

Serbian

Croatia

Cyprus

  • EOKA - a defunct a Greek Cypriot nationalist guerrilla organisation that fought a campaign for the end of British rule in Cyprus, for the island's self-determination and for eventual union with Greece
  • EOKA-B - defunct Greek Cypriot paramilitary organisation
  • TMT - Turkish Cypriot pro-taksim paramilitary organisation
  • Union of Cypriots - Cypriot nationalist

Denmark

Estonia

Finland

France

National

Breton

Corsican

Georgia

Germany

Greece

Hungary

Ireland

Italy

Kosovo

Albanian

Serbian

Latvia

Montenegro

North Macedonia

Albanian

Macedonian

Norway

Poland

Portugal

Romania

Serbia

Slovakia

Spain

Nationwide

Asturias

Basque Country

Canary Islands

Catalonia

Galicia

Sweden

Switzerland

Turkey

Nationwide

Ukraine

United Kingdom

Union-wide

Cornwall

England

Northern Ireland

Scotland

Wales

Asia

Bangladesh

China

India

Iran

Iraq and Syria

Israel

Japan

Korea

North Korea

South Korea

Lebanon

Pakistan

Nationwide

Balochistan

Pashtunistan

Sindh

Palestinian Authority/occupied territories

Sri Lanka

Vietnam

The Americas

Brazil

Canada

Canadian nationalism

Quebec nationalism

United States

Oceania

Australia

Fiji

New Zealand

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