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'''Free peoples''' is a term that collectively refers to the peoples of [[Middle-earth]] during the [[Third Age]], that opposed [[Sauron]]. These have been the remaining [[Elves]], the [[House of Durin]], [[Hobbits]]. Of [[Men]], the [[Dúnedain]] along with the [[Middle Men]] (as opposed to the [[Men of Darkness]]) were accounted to the Free peoples.
 
'''Free peoples''' is a term that collectively refers to the peoples of [[Middle-earth]] during the [[Third Age]], that opposed [[Sauron]]. These have been the remaining [[Elves]], the [[House of Durin]], [[Hobbits]]. Of [[Men]], the [[Dúnedain]] along with the [[Middle Men]] (as opposed to the [[Men of Darkness]]) were accounted to the Free peoples.
 
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Free peoples is a term that collectively refers to the peoples of Middle-earth during the Third Age, that opposed Sauron. These have been the remaining Elves, the House of Durin, Hobbits. Of Men, the Dúnedain along with the Middle Men (as opposed to the Men of Darkness) were accounted to the Free peoples.