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Map showing the Worldwide expansion of the Salvation Army as listed on w:Salvation Army (some areas shown are countries, other are regions). Since the map refers to locations over a 140 year period, some countries may not correspond exactly to the area of the original historic country where the Salvation army was originally founded in.

Note that countries where Salvation army recommenced are shown with a dot in the appropriate colour, while the whole country is shown in the colour of the original founding date.


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