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Dumbledore’s Army

Dumbledore’s Army (often abbreviated to D.A.) is a secret organization founded by Harry Potter, Hermione Granger, and Ron Weasley at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Created in response to the Ministry of Magic’s refusal to accept Lord Voldemort’s return, the group’s goal is to teach students proper Defense Against the Dark Arts, outside the inadequate education provided by the school’s administration at the time.

Dumbledore’s Army /dʌɔːz ˈɑːr.mi/ noun

Dumbledore’s Army in the Wizarding World

  • Founding Date: 1995.
  • Key Members: Harry Potter, Hermione Granger, Ron Weasley, Neville Longbottom, Luna Lovegood, Ginny Weasley, and more.
  • Purpose: To learn and teach Defense Against the Dark Arts.

History of Dumbledore’s Army

  • Formation: Formed in resistance to Dolores Umbridge’s regime and her refusal to teach practical Defense Against the Dark Arts.
  • Impact: Played a significant role in training students and assisting in the fight against Voldemort and his followers.

People Also Ask

  • What happened to Dumbledore’s Army?
  • Who were all the members of Dumbledore’s Army?
  • Was Dumbledore directly involved in Dumbledore’s Army?

What happened to Dumbledore’s Army? Dumbledore’s Army continued to play a crucial role in the resistance against Voldemort, participating in several key battles, including the Battle of Hogwarts. Many members continued to fight for justice in their later lives.

Who were all the members of Dumbledore’s Army? In addition to the key members, there were many others, including Cho Chang, Fred and George Weasley, and various students from Gryffindor, Ravenclaw, and Hufflepuff houses.

Was Dumbledore directly involved in Dumbledore’s Army? No, Albus Dumbledore was not directly involved in the D.A., though he supported its aims. The group was named in his honor to symbolize defiance against the Ministry’s interference at Hogwarts.

Dumbledore’s Army represents the spirit of resistance, unity, and empowerment. Its formation and activities were a turning point in the fight against Voldemort’s forces. The bravery, commitment, and skill shown by the members of the D.A. were instrumental in building a strong community willing to fight for justice and freedom within the wizarding world. The legacy of Dumbledore’s Army continues to resonate as a symbol of hope, collaboration, and the belief in the power of young witches and wizards to create positive change.