Battle (disambiguation)

Battle (disambiguation)

Generally, a battle is a combat in warfare between two or more parties.

Battle or battles may also refer to:

In military

* Battle (formation), military formation or subdivision of troops
* Battle class destroyer, class of 26 destroyers of the Royal Navy and Royal Australian Navy
* Fairey Battle, light bomber of the Royal Air Force built by Fairey Aviation in the late 1930s
* List of battles, partial list of battles that have entries in Wikipedia

In music

* Battle (Korean band), a Korean boy band
* The Battle (George Jones album), a country music album by George Jones
* Battle (band), an indie rock band from Surrey, England
* Battles (band), a rock band featuring Tyondai Braxton, Dave Konopka, Ian Williams, and John Stanier.
* "The Battle" (album), a power metal album by Symphony X vocalist Russell Allen and Ex-Masterplan vocalist Jørn Lande

In other fields

* Battle, a competition in street dance that can take place very informally between two crews of dancers
* Freestyle battle, a contest in which two or more rappers compete or battle each other using freestyle rap
* Battle, East Sussex, a place in England
*, online gaming service provided by Blizzard Entertainment
* "The Battle" ("TNG" episode), a season 1 episode of "Star Trek: The Next Generation"
* "Battle Picture Weekly", A British comic
* Battle, as Japanese street racers term for head-to-head racing
* "The Battle" (film), a 1911 film directed by D.W. Griffith
* Sgt Mike Battle, a fictional comic character created by Graham Pearce

ee also

* Battelle
* Battle Creek (disambiguation)
* Battle Royale (disambiguation)

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