Blackshirts (disambiguation)

Blackshirts (disambiguation)

Blackshirts or Blackshirt may refer to the following:

; Politics and Government :

* Blackshirts, a paramilitary movement of the Fascist Party in Italy during World War II and the interbellum years
* Blackshirts (India), an Atheist political movement in India
* British Union of Fascists, whose party nickname was "Blackshirts"
* Schutzstaffel (SS), Nazi military organization who had the nickname as they wore black and brown uniforms, compared to the "brownshirts" Sturmabteilung (SA)
* [ Blackshirts (Australia)] , a militant fathers' rights group in Australia

; Media and Entertainment :

* Blackshirts (football), the informal name for the University of Nebraska football team defense

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