Corpus ID: 115370969

The Theory and Practice of Insurgency and Counterinsurgency

@article{Fall1965TheTA,
  title={The Theory and Practice of Insurgency and Counterinsurgency},
  author={Bernard B. Fall},
  journal={Naval War College Review},
  year={1965},
  volume={18},
  pages={46}
}
IF WE LOOK AT THE 20TH CENTURY ALONE we are now in Viet-Nam faced with the forty-eighth "small war." Let me just cite a few: Algeria, Angola, Arabia, Burma, Cameroons, China, Colombia, Cuba, East Germany, France, Haiti, Hungary, Indochina, Indonesia, Kashmir, Laos, Morocco, Mongolia, Nagaland [an Indian state on the Burmese border], Palestine, Yemen, Poland, South Africa, South Tyrol, Tibet, Yugoslavia, Venezuela, West Irian [Indonesia, on New Guinea], etc. This, in itself, is quite fantastic. 
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