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Rearmament is the process or policy of replacing or modernising weapon stocks for a country, military force, or organisation which has previously disarmed or been defeated.
- German re-armament, Adolf Hitler's policy to rearm Germany in the 1930s
- Rearmament (UK, 1930s), a controversial policy of Neville Chamberlain to modernise Britain's forces in response to German rearmament
- Wiederbewaffnung (rearmament), refers to the United States plan to help build up Germany after World War II
- Rearmament (album), album by American singer/songwriter Happy Rhodes
- Moral Re-Armament (MRA), an international religious movement that, in 1938, grew out of the Reverend Frank N. D. Buchman's Oxford Group
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