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A government-in-exile is a group of people who claim they are the real government of a country, but who live in another country.[1] These were common during World War II. The Germans took over several countries, and the leaders of those countries went to England for refuge.

Today, there are some governments-in-exile. They include:

Few countries recognize (accept) these groups.

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