Counterinsurgency: Theory and Reality Author Daniel Whittingham and Stuart Mitchell

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This concise history discusses the development of modern counterinsurgency over the last two hundred years, beginning with the origins of modern insurgency from the concept of 'small wars' and colonial warfare, through to the ideas of early insurgents including Clausewitz and the theories of Laurence of Arabia, to the methods of 20th century insurgents, including, Mao and Che Guevara.  It then examines a number of post 1945 insurgencies and how western armies have tried to counter them.

ISBN: 9781612009483


192 Pages

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