government in exile

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  • Info A government in exile is a political group which claims to be a country's legitimate government, but is unable to exercise legal power and instead resides in a foreign country. more...
  • This new government considered itself to be a government in exile.
  • He remained in France when the government in exile moved to London.
  • Her mother and husband remained in Britain with the Dutch government in exile.
  • Other countries, such as occupied France, formed related units under their governments in exile.
  • The white-red-white flag is still used by the Republic's government-in-exile.
  • Governments in exile may have little or no recognition from other states.
  • They then transferred to Egypt, where a government in exile was established.
  • Thus, the National Committee was a failed attempt to establish a government in exile.
  • There they were placed under the royal government-in-exile, and continued the fight along the Allies.
  • In the early years of the war, contact with the government in exile was difficult to establish.
  • He returned to England, where he formed a government in exile for Hungary.
  • During this period, the property was also the seat of the Norwegian government in exile.
  • During the war, the three governments in exile signed a customs convention between their countries.
  • The government in exile was now only recognized by the Allied powers.
  • At the meeting founding the group, they formed a "government in exile".
  • The government in exile, including the royal family, escaped to London.
  • During World War II he was a member of the Polish government in exile.
  • The gold was gradually sold in America - partly to fund the government in exile.
  • He was also a member of the Polish government in exile during World War II.
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