Leonard Cohen: The Partisan Meaning
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Song Released: 1969
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anonymous Oct 3rd, 2016 10:45pm report
Part of ''The Partisan'' is a song about the Jewish struggle and The French Resistance of the individual who was resisting someone's foreign ideology, not to be captured and enslaved by it's takeover during the ''unknown war of The Partisan'' in WW2. Like it was during the Nazi invasion of Europe, where in Yugoslavia the Islamo Fascist Nazi ideology and The Communist ideology got themselves bogged down to fight in many forms between the east and western ideas. Using ''the partisan'' cause all over the world for good and bad reasons to fight the Nazis and completely destroy the German morale and it's people along with The Chetniks guerilla fighters that wanted to save the Royal Serbian Christian Crown and King for Yugoslavia to stay a free soverign nation.
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