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March (disambiguation)

March (disambiguation)

March is the third month of the year.

March or marching may also refer to:


  • Marching, the walking of military troops and such in procession according to a steady rhythm
  • March, a parade or procession of people, animals, time, or objects
  • Death march, a forced march of prisoners of war or other captives or deportees
  • The March (1945), death march during the final months of the Second World War in Europe
  • Demonstration (protest), if held in the form of a procession over a long distance
  • March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, a march that took place on August 28, 1963
  • March for Life (Washington, D.C.), annual event that takes place in Washington, D.C.


  • March (territory) or "mark", border regions, of importance in the Medieval history of various countries
  • March, Breisgau, a municipality in the rural district of Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald, Germany
  • March, Cambridgeshire, a town in England
  • March, Iran, a village in Mazandaran Province, Iran
  • March, Minnesota, an unincorporated community in the United States
  • March, Missouri, a community in the United States
  • Earl of March, earldoms in England and Scotland
  • March Air Reserve Base, a military base in Riverside, California named after Peyton C. March, Jr.
  • March District, Switzerland
  • Marches, Drôme, a commune in the Drôme department in France
  • Welsh Marches, a region of the UK on and near the border between England and Wales
  • Morava (river), German name March, a river in Central Europe, tributary of the Danube


  • March (surname), a surname (including a list of people and fictional characters with the surname)
  • March Avery (born 1932), American painter
  • March Fong Eu (born 1922), American politician

Arts, entertainment and media


  • March of Time, a US short film series broadcast from 1931 to 1951
  • March of the Wooden Soldiers, the US title of the film Babes in Toyland (1934)


  • March (novel), a novel by Geraldine Brooks
  • The March (novel), 2005 historical fiction novel by E. L. Doctorow


  • March (music), a genre of music associated with marching cadences
    • Funeral march, funeral music
    • Wedding march, wedding music


  • March (Lene Lovich album), an album by Lene Lovich
  • March (Michael Penn album), an album by Michael Penn


  • "March", by Avail from Satiate, 1992
  • "March", by Basement from I Wish I Could Stay Here, 2011
  • "March", by Cardiacs from Heaven Born and Ever Bright, 1992
  • "March", by George Tandy Jr.
  • "March", by North Sea Radio Orchestra from Leader of the Starry Skies: A Tribute to Tim Smith, Songbook 1, 2010
  • "March", or "March of the Toy Soldiers", from The Nutcracker
  • "Marching Song", a classical piece by Gustav Holst

Other uses in arts, entertainment, and media

  • March (comics), a graphic novel trilogy about the Civil Rights Movement by U.S. Congressman John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, and Nate Powell
  • The Marches: Border Walks With My Father, 2016 book by British politician Rory Stewart

Brands and enterprises

  • Banca March, Spanish bank
  • March Engineering, a Formula One Team and racing car constructor
  • March Entertainment, an animation production company
  • Nissan March, a compact car
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  • March of Dimes, a US nonprofit organization that works to improve the health of mothers and babies to prevent birth defects, premature birth, and infant mortality
  • Medically Aware and Responsible Citizens of Hyderabad (MARCH)

Other uses

  • Ides of March, March 15, an eventful day on the Roman calendar
  • M.Arch., Master of Architecture, a professional degree in architecture
  • March Madness (also known and branded as NCAA March Madness), NCAA Division I men's basketball tournament, a single-elimination tournament played each spring in the United States

See also

  • Marcha (disambiguation)
  • Marche (disambiguation)
  • Marsch (disambiguation)
  • The March (disambiguation)

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