National-liberation-front



noun
1.
the name taken by nationalist insurgent groups in various countries.
2.
Also called National Liberation Front of South Vietnam. a political organization formed by the Vietcong in South Vietnam in 1960 to carry out an insurgent policy.
noun
1.
(sometimes not capitals) a revolutionary movement that seeks the national independence of a country, usually by guerrilla warfare
2.
Also called National Liberation Front of South Vietnam. a political organization formed in South Vietnam in 1960 by the Vietcong

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