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List of irredentist claims or disputes

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List of irredentist claims or disputes

Not all territorial disputes are irredentist, although they are often couched in irredentist rhetoric to justify and legitimize such claims both internationally and within the country.


  • Prominent irredentist disputes (by area) 1
    • Europe (continuing to the modern day) 1.1
    • Europe (historical) 1.2
    • Asia 1.3
      • Middle East 1.3.1
    • South and Central America 1.4
    • North America 1.5
    • Africa 1.6
  • See also 2
  • References 3

Prominent irredentist disputes (by area)

Prominent irredentist disputes during the past century have included:

Europe (continuing to the modern day)

Europe (historical)


Middle East

South and Central America

North America


See also


  1. ^ "Manifesto of the English Democrats" ( 
  2. ^ O Acre por um cavalo? - Terra - Antonio Luiz MC da Costa(Portuguese)
  3. ^ La question du Labrador
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