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    Guerrilla Warfare

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    Guerrilla Warfare: An Instruction Manual that Provides Little Success From July 26, 1953 to January 1, 1959, Fidel Castro led an uprising against the incumbent Cuban president, Flugencio Batista. This insurrection, known as the Cuban Revolution, was successful in the overthrow of the Batista government and implemented a socialist state under Castro’s rule. By 1961, Fidel Castro became the undisputed leader of Cuba with strong popular and military support. Although Castro was the figurehead for

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    T. E. Lawrence is still known to be a Guerrilla warfare genius. It is not used in European regions, but guerrilla warfare is very common in the Arabian area. This style of fighting is so common, it is known as traditional Arab warfare. As mentioned before, Guerrilla warfare is a form of irregular warfare that uses a small group of combatants (civilians) who fight their enemies by practicing tactics like ambush, camouflage

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    period in relation to insurgent guerrilla warfare in urban and agrarian societies across the globe share universal themes. These commonalities will be explored relating why combatants in guerrilla warfare fight. Moreover, what objectives guerrilla leaders wanted to achieve with their theories of social revolution. The works discussed are Mao Tse-tung, On Guerrilla Warfare, Ernesto Che Guevara, Guerilla Warfare, and Carlos Marighella, Minimanual of The Urban Guerrilla. All three of these historical

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    Guerrilla Warfare: The Vietnam War

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    No 7. The guerrilla wins if he does not lose, and the conventional army loses if it does not win. 'We Fought a military war; Opponents our Fought a political one. We sought physical attrition, Opponents Aimed for our psychological exhaustion. In the process, we lost sight of one of the cardinal maxims of guerilla war. The guerilla wins if he does not lose, the conventional army loses if it does not win. The North Vietnamese used their forces the way a bullfighter uses its cape - to keep us lunging

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    the American Civil War. This book “Black Flag Guerrilla Warfare on the Western Border, 1861-1865” depicts some of the most violent guerrilla fighting that took place along the Kansas and Missouri border. He is very objective about presenting this sinister side of the Civil War. Mr. Goodrich’s book portrays the horrific death, destruction, merciless killings, rapes, and the millions of dollars worth of property seized or destroyed by the guerrillas on both the Union and Confederate side. This

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    forcefully liberate itself from its colonizers and oppressors mainly through warfare. For instance, America had to fight a long and exhausting revolutionary war against the British before it could attain its independence in 1783, likewise is the fate of many other nations. It is important to understand the two distinct types of wars that exist and their implications. Guerrilla warfare and the conventional military warfare are two types of war that are very different in their execution and military

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    On Guerilla Warfare. In it, Mao gave his case for the implementation of revolutionary guerrilla forces against the militarily superior Japanese invaders.

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    Dbq Guerrillas

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    Women of the Confederate cause, especially those close to the guerrillas, came to play a crucial part in the guerrillas’ success. Historian Jonathon Earle writes, “when the Civil War swept on to the border, women became the quartermasters of the guerrilla war effort, with their domestic skills becoming highly valued military tools.” One example to support Earle’s claim, is the event that arguably was the cause of the raid on Lawrence Kansas. Union General Thomas Ewing Jr. issued General Orders Number

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    Columbia’s Growing Human Rights Violations

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    groups; the Andean and central area, controlled by the constitutional armed forces; and the southeast, where the leftist guerrillas prevail.” (Romero) This hotbed of confrontation has been raging for decades and the bloodshed appears to have no end in sight. The [FARC] Revolutionary Armed Forces of Columbia and the [ELN] National Liberation Army comprise the majority of the guerrillas in the nation. Both groups, although not united, believe in instituting a Marxist polity, with the ELN deemed as having

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    William “Bloody Bill” Anderson was a barbaric, gruesome confederate guerrilla who played a major part in the guerrilla conflict during the Civil War and much more. Anderson was born in 1838 and was dubbed “Bloody Bill” because he murdered and butchered union soldiers and supporters during the Civil War. Anderson conducted multiple, brutal raids while joining forces with William Clarke Quantrill and the James brothers along the line. Anderson was considered a quiet, polite child. He was born to William

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