Joy Division (disambiguation)

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Joy Division was an English post-punk band, active 1976 to 1980, which took its name from the novel House of Dolls.

Joy Division may also refer to:

  • Freudenabteilung ("Joy Division"), name of the German camp brothels in World War II in the 1955 Israeli novel House of Dolls (titled Freudenabteilung in its German edition)
  • Kippumjo or "Joy Division," an alleged collective of females maintained by the head of state of North Korea for the purpose of providing pleasure and entertainment to officials
  • Joy Division (2006 film), a 2006 film about a German teenager during World War II who later becomes a KGB spy
  • Joy Division (2007 film), a 2007 documentary film about the band Joy Division
  • "Joy Division", a song by English girl group Sugababes on the 2005 album Taller in More Ways

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