by Franklin Mark OsankaVery interesting, a very good view into what Americans thought about Guerilla warfare going into Vietnam. It really puts into perspective some ideas held back then, like "Domino theory", that seem unthinkable to Americans today.
The essay by the French Lt. Col. Geneste about his experience in Indochina is particularly chilling to read. To quote him "In a pillbox hit by my tank, I find only a forearm cut at the elbow by a shell. The man has fled. But he has left his weapon with his right hand-a crossbow...They have numbers. If they get more weapons..."
|Title||Modern Guerrilla Warfare|
|eBook format||Hardcover, (torrent)|
|Author||Franklin Mark Osanka|
|Publisher||The Free Press Of Glencoe|
|File size||1.4 Mb|
|Book rating||3.7 (4 votes)