No man's land

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"No man's land" between German and Australian forces during World War I.
No man's land in Jerusalem, between Israel and Jordan, about 1964

No man's land is land that is not part of any country. More precisely, it is an area that is under dispute and not occupied because of fear or uncertainty. During war (especially World War I), it is a term used for the area of land between two enemy trenches.

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