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manual available on urban guerrilla warfare. There have been many books published on rural guerrilla fighting, but none on guerrilla warfare carried out in the. Prologue to Guerilla Warfare. Dedication To Camilo. The author would like to claim for this work the approval of Camilo Cienfuegos, who was to have read and . THE FIVE STAGES OF URBAN GUERRILLA WARFARE: CHALLENGE OF THE s. *. Brian Michael Jenkins. The RAND Corporation, Santa Monica.


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GUERRILLA warfare has been employed on innumer- able occasions throughout history in different circumstances, to achieve different aims. Of late it has. warfare is used in this manual to denote all of the United States. Army's associated responsibilities in the conduct of guerrilla warfare. The term guerrilla warfare. Guerrilla Warfare. I INTRODUCTION. Guerrilla Warfare, military or paramilitary operations conducted in enemy-held territory by irregular forces, often groups.

Insurrection was central to nineteenth-century revolutionary doctrine. By musa budeiri. The pattern of a suc- porters, gave am almost mythical and mys- N 19 cessful insurgency was once more applied; tical dimension to guerrilla warfare. He is every minority R 43 a splinter-group from the initial Peruvian who is now beginning to speak and every 44 Communist Party with its roots in the univer- majority that must shut up and listen. It was the 15 cal army existed there to assist it, the guerrilla imperialistic era and the Europeans were 16 became the main form of war. The Italian radical Carlo Bianco was the first to establish a link between guerrilla. The two ele- 10 guerrilla as we know it, however surpris- ments — small groups militias and civilian LY 11 ing, is a modern form of war.

These 17 — Episodes Polk Until then and well after 31 its heart in Turkey after the First World that in many territories , a non-military 32 War spread guerrilla warfare worldwide. Armed resistance against 35 ment in the Chinese resistance against any kind of oppression was sometimes asso- 36 Japanese aggression, and found its more ciated and almost always treated as such 37 important modern expert in the person with banditry.

This successful the way of waging war by setting new laws. R 43 reappearance initiated its renewed practice But the guerrilla fighters, engaged in an ille- 44 in the other continents as the high hopes gal practice, were still excluded from any 45 of an end to colonialism were frustrated protection, even if operating in co-operation 46 by the realities of the Cold War and the with tactical forces.

The Cuban Revolution became a sym- by conscription to the Revolutionary Wars 49 bol of the victorious guerrilla strategy and marked the turn from the professional 50 a paradigm for other insurrections. Forms armies of the monarchs to the modern mas- 51 of guerrilla warfare, usually combined with sive armies of the nation states.

Conceptualisations of Guerrilla warfare

Ironically 55 and their political goals are sometimes enough, the first conflicts characterised as 56 indistinct. Any reuse requests to be sent to rights palgrave. There, the victims. As no tacti- War, Europe remained peaceful. It was the 15 cal army existed there to assist it, the guerrilla imperialistic era and the Europeans were 16 became the main form of war.

But a crucial off to conquer the world.

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No distinction was 21 Foreign authorities or institutions loyal to made between fighters and civilian popula- 22 them were overthrown, popular support was tion and the extermination of the latter was 23 24 obtained and new authorities the juntas in the Spanish case were organised in liberated O a gloomy forerunner of the horrors of the Second World War.

The inequality between 25 areas.

This idea of continuing the resist- industrial revolution Traverso , 63— Aguinaldo against US occupation. Against 40 Having studied, and actively participated in the massive and brutal American colonial war 41 the Napoleonic Wars of his time, he formu- against the population waged by , US 42 lated a general war theory based on his expe- troops in , as in Iraq in , a guer- R 43 riences.

As British imperialism was reaching the 52 Therefore it was used by supporters of the edges of the world in search of rich resources, 53 guerrilla tactics and even thoroughly studied it came to confront previous Europeans set- 54 by partisan leaders until the Second World tlers of Dutch origin in South Africa. They deployed guer- was not waged to defend a prior state of 2 rilla tactics, setting ambushes and inflicting affairs but to combine national independence 3 serious damages on British tactical forces.

The civilian popula- ity, legitimised by the struggle against the for- 7 tion was imprisoned in concentration camps, eign aggressor and reforms in favour of the 8 behind barbed wire, where they died in their local peasant population.

To defeat the Boer guerrillas the The Chinese peasantry was for a long 10 British Empire had to wage its largest land period on the brink of insurrection against LY 11 campaign of the century, larger even than a central government whose cohesion and 12 its effort against Napoleon Joes The provinces were 13 The Boer War ended at the beginning of the exploited by local warlords and bandits, while 14 20th century. Sixty years later, another armed revolts erupted sporadically.

N 19 South African apartheid Seddon The use of modern weapons, ated areas and from there unleashed guerrilla 31 like machine guns and chemical weapons, warfare against their enemies.

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American O 38 guerrilla tactics. In the final 41 the nature and status of guerrilla warfare. After a four-year civil 49 But it was in China, where peasant revolts war, the revolution had won in this immense 50 periodically broke out, that the Communists country. They must be hounded systematically co-operated and supplied par- 2 and annihilated at every step, and all their tisan armies in occupied Europe.

Nearly 3 measures frustrated. This success led to the spread of Leaving aside Soviet and British goals, 8 such methods in the post-war world, from armed resistance in Europe emerged as a new 9 the anti-colonialist struggles to the recent phenomenon; it resulted from the quick col- 10 wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

At first, the den- of them. Especially ries long before the actual end of the war. The 18 in the Balkans, the mountainous landscape political forces of the resistance movement — N 19 multiplied the strength of forces necessary to characteristically the Communist Parties — 20 control it, just at the time that all resources were grossly designing a political programme 21 and manpower were required for Operation for the post-war period.

No intention for 22 Barbarossa against the Soviet Union. In the return to the status quo ante bellum existed in 23 24 critical period of autumn , partisan war- fare broke out in Yugoslavia, inaugurating a O this case. On the contrary, belief was strong in the coming of a new era which would 25 successful resistance against Axis occupation bring radical social changes, deep-rooted 26 in the Balkans.

Moreover, the military needs reforms or even revolution. These aspirations 27 of the German attack plans created two dif- were based not only in political programmes 28 ferent levels within the German army: The latter were an easier National Liberation Skalidakis Post-war Europe was no place for guerrillas.

With more than the two-thirds of the Ukraine and Poland against the Soviet Union.

Under these circum- the term was the Greek Civil War — This Doctrine for aid in Greece being the forerun- 55 unit, trained in sabotage and information ner of the Marshall Plan and eventually the 56 gathering, deployed guerrilla tactics and Cold War.

On the other hand, the ment strategy. What 8 that meant was foreshadowed by the symbolic 9 events in Algeria on 8 May It was the Third World that would from and lost another colonial war far away from 20 then on be the scene of endless wars.

Between the Mediterranean in Indochina. It was adopted by the vari- war began in Guerrilla warfare spread to Laos and F 30 ence from colonial powers and to defend Cambodia, while China and the Soviet Union 31 this independence from neo-colonialism and officially recognised the Democratic Republic 32 mainly imperialistic US intervention.

As the of Vietnam. Finally the Viet Minh forces, 33 colonial powers or the local settlers resisted under the leadership of Vo Nguyen Giap, O 34 the path to decolonisation, theatres of guer- crushed the French in their base at Dien Bien 35 rilla warfare opened up in Indochina, Malaya, Phu in The ous such incident being the Italian defeat in 39 strategy of the colonial powers facing this Ethiopia in Margaritis In a greatly inferior posi- 46 with the rest for a controlled disengagement.

During the war, the sion of the population grew. Between the Mediterranean in Indochina. It was adopted by the vari- war began in Guerrilla warfare spread to Laos and F 30 ence from colonial powers and to defend Cambodia, while China and the Soviet Union 31 this independence from neo-colonialism and officially recognised the Democratic Republic 32 mainly imperialistic US intervention.

As the of Vietnam. Finally the Viet Minh forces, 33 colonial powers or the local settlers resisted under the leadership of Vo Nguyen Giap, O 34 the path to decolonisation, theatres of guer- crushed the French in their base at Dien Bien 35 rilla warfare opened up in Indochina, Malaya, Phu in The ous such incident being the Italian defeat in 39 strategy of the colonial powers facing this Ethiopia in Margaritis In a greatly inferior posi- 46 with the rest for a controlled disengagement.

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During the war, the sion of the population grew. Guerrilla tactics 49 British made several concessions in order were then applied in the countryside, in the 50 to maintain it, but the dynamic of decolo- form of wilayah district war. British governments after detachments, seizing their weapons and 53 thus promoted a process of reforms aim- other supplies. Cabral Relocation of hundred of thousands, At the peak of the Cold War, the unexpected 15 incarceration in concentration camps and triumph of the Cuban Revolution and the 16 exploitation paved the way for another ascent to power of Fidel Castro, who had 17 guerrilla war waged by the experienced started the campaign with a handful of sup- 18 Vietnamese movement.

The pattern of a suc- porters, gave am almost mythical and mys- N 19 cessful insurgency was once more applied; tical dimension to guerrilla warfare. After 20 the insurgents gained popular support, abol- Vietnam and Cuba, guerrilla warfare became 21 ished previous structures of authority, and an irresistible method for revolutionaries 22 imposed their rule in liberated areas before worldwide.

A theory was even created preach- 23 24 finally accomplishing a military victory Polk The Popular Liberation revolution could triumph. The murder in Bolivia, after an unsuccessful attempt to 39 of Patrice Lumumba in Congo in con- expand the revolution. We spread of guerrilla wars in Latin America and 42 hear this realisation in the words of Amilcar Africa, as movements of national independ- R 43 Cabral in his address delivered to the first ence continued their struggle and a new spirit 44 Tricontinental Conference of the Peoples of of social revolution was growing all over the 45 Asia, Africa and Latin America held in Havana world in The symbol of Che and his cry 46 in January World revolution was envis- 50 national liberation struggles in the world aged as guerrilla wars broke out throughout 51 especially in Vietnam, the Congo and the Third World, leading to the dispersal and 52 Zimbabwe as well as the situation of per- defeat of the US military and the growth of 53 manent violence, or at least of contradic- support by Soviet Union, China or Cuba, as a 54 tions and upheavals, in certain countries contemporary writer formulated it Vega One of the most well- warfare affected also pre-existing conflicts in 4 known surviving guerrilla armies in Latin Europe.

In a country with long- to the left, adopting social demands. A signif- 7 standing political violence, guerrilla resist- icant part of it, Euzkadi ta Askatasuna ETA , 8 ance emerged in the s in the countryside, embraced armed struggle. In the ETA became an independent organisation LY 11 s it participated in political negotia- in and rapidly radicalised in the s. Since , the Colombian government until the late s, half of all labour protest 18 has received counter-terrorism funding from throughout Spain was Basque in origin.

This strat- egy was fully applied from the s onwards 25 s, gradually transforming into political and continued unchanged after the fall of the 26 parties and even taking governmental power. In recent decades, 33 current president of Uruguay, was a mem- a series of peace negotiations and ceasefires O 34 ber of the Tupamaros National Liberation have paved a way for a politicisation of the 35 Movement MLN-T , a former urban guer- conflict Dowling He is every minority R 43 a splinter-group from the initial Peruvian who is now beginning to speak and every 44 Communist Party with its roots in the univer- majority that must shut up and listen.

It started its armed struggle As the revolutionary tide began to ebb in the 48 in following the classic Maoist methods s and s, many guerrilla movements 49 of guerrilla warfare; that is, abolishing state faded away while others degenerated in inter- 50 institutions in the remote countryside and nal clashes for regional power.

The end of 51 creating counter-state organs. But, as the post-Cold War 55 and the downfall began.

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Princeton University Press, The International Encyclopedia of Revolution 18 The emblematic guerrilla of the globalisa- and Protest, Blackwell Publishing, , N 19 tion era has undoubtedly been the Zapatistas — Lincoln, NE: The Short 29 period.

A Historical, O 34 established. The wars in Afghanistan, last- Biographical, and Bibliographical Sourcebook, 35 ing from the resistance to the British and Westport, CN and London, Greenwood 36 the Soviets to the contemporary form of reli- Press, Publishers, , — The Short Life of Modern 46 the current phase of the capitalistic system.

Raging against the Machine, Perennial, Pall Mall Press, The www. Related Papers. The Algerian experience in guerrilla warfare ; By Abdelhafid Dib. The Anarchist and the Partisan—Two types of terror in the history of irregular warfare.

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