Famous Battle Cries

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Can you name the famous battle cries from history?

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A US Army crymore generally refers to or means anything besides 'no'
The cry of the Japanese suicide bomber pilots of Pearl Harbormore generally refers to a last, desperate military charge
A Soviet cry used in WWII and beyondconveys a nostalgic sense of nationalism
A Greek army battle cry that refers to 'sweeping away the enemy'during WWII each letter stood for an allied power: Greece, USA, England, Russia (but in Greek).
Cried when performing a high jumporiginally the name of a Native American of the Chiricahua Apache tribe
A US Marines cry popularized since WWIIan expression of enthusiasm, very similar to that of the US Army
Used by Muslim warriors (specifically the Pakistani army)refers to the power of Allah
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A call of the Confederates in the Civil Warthe exact sound and origin of this yell remain unknown; a Billy Idol song
The Japanese cry that Pearl Harbor had been a successthe Japanese codeword; became a movie in 1970
A World of Warcraft cry made popular after a gamer ignored his party's planning and caused a slaughterthe cry is this person's World of Warcraft character name
A Spanish Foreign Legion cry used since the 1920s'cinco de mayo' celebrates this
The cry of Texan volunteers in the Battle of San Jacinto versus the Mexicansrefers to the Texan army's revenge for a slaughter days before at a now famous fortress
Originally a nasty Viking seafarers' yellusually followed by 'matey' in popular culture
A stereotypical cry of a piratean expression of annoyance, dismay, or frustration

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