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Guerrillas by Night By Stephen McMillion
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Guerrillas by Night is a unique look at the forces driving America as it heads into the 21st Century. Through years of research, the author has uncovered the hidden war for America that has been... More > raging behind the scenes since the very inception of the country, a war which is about to conclude in the most unimaginable way possible. You'll read the words of some of America's most powerful men as they reveal their secret designs for our future, thus providing a dire warning to unknowing Americans. In addition, you'll discover the direct link between ancient philosophies and the American founding that haunts us to this day, learn the identity of the group of men who, with the unknowing consent of the American people, have seized control of the government from within, and see how they use their power to manipulate events, create wars, commit assassinations, and bring about financial and social chaos, all to their own advantage.< Less
Psychological Operations in Guerrilla Warfare By Central Intelligence Agency
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Originally written by the Central Intelligence Agency and distributed to the Contra's in South America this manual details how to apply Psych-War concepts, tactics and strategy in an asymmetrical... More > (4th Generation Warfare) insurgency/guerrilla war.< Less
Guerrilla Parties Considered With Reference to the Laws and Usages of War By Francis Lieber
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A legal examination of the use of guerrilla parties and irregular warfare, by the foremost scholar of the laws of war, Francis Lieber and commissioned in 1862 by Major General Henry Halleck.
Pinoys at War: Guerrilla Warfare in the Philippines During World War II By Matthew Andres
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"Pinoys at War" is an historical work that explores the Filipino guerrilla movement during World War Two. The book utilizes research techniques from oral history, political science and... More > anthropology in order to tell the stories of Filipino guerrillas of Luzon, Philippines during World War II.< Less
The Patriots and Guerrillas of East Tennessee and Kentucky By J. A. Brents
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Description of Civil War conditions in Eastern Kentucky and East Tennessee during 1862. Commentary about several of the individuals on both sides including Champ Ferguson. Indexed and a few... More > editorial explanations by Jeffrey C. Weaver.< Less
No Time For Tears: World War II American guerrilla in the Philippines opposing Japan's tyranny 1941-1945 By James Murphy
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A World War II novel about Guerrilla Force 47 and an American guerrilla opposing Japan's tyranny in the northern mountain jungles of Luzon Philippines,waging a guerrilla war seen thru the eyes of Tex... More > Bradley from 1941 to 1945.< Less
No Time For Tears: World War II American guerrilla in the Philippines opposing Japan's tyranny 1941-1945 By James Murphy
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A World War II novel about Guerrilla Force 47 and an American guerrilla opposing Japan's tyranny in the northern mountain jungles of Luzon Philippines,waging a guerrilla war seen thru the eyes of Tex... More > Bradley from 1941 to 1945.< Less
WARS OF THE DYNASTIES By VINCENT OCHEN
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With the advent of the fifth dynasty-there were signs of political difficulties: the Pharaoh’s officials, the nobles who served as district governors, became important figures in their right... More > and a threat to his omnipotence. This combination of strains grew during the reign of Pharaoh Misaphris. When he was killed by his own half brother, centralized rule died with him and peace and prosperity gave way to disorder and hardship. Pharaoh Misaphris’ daughters were chased, meant to be destroyed along with their loyal servants, but they run to Upper Egypt and began a guerrilla war. Not to be undone, the leaders in Egypt sent thousands of soldiers into Sesebi territory to quench the rebellion. With the advent of total war, the organization necessary for keeping the Nile harnessed broke down; crops suffered and shortages of food, and disease plagued Upper Egypt.Ushering in the first intermediate period. Only through the resilience of Pharaoh’s warlike daughters was order restored.< Less
Drug War Chronicles By Mark Stoiko
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Miguel Santos lives on a coca plantation in a remote region of Colombia, situated on the Amazon jungle basin. He resides in an area where the civilian population is caught in the middle of the... More > ongoing civil war between paramilitary forces and the guerrilla resistance. He lost his family at a young age amidst the conflict. But he has tried his best to carry on with his life ever since then, and avoid picking up a rifle to join the violent struggle. However special interest groups in the United States initiate an aggressive military campaign in Colombia, which is launched by elite American soldiers and their paramilitary allies. Miguel is unable to escape the violence, and he is forced to confront the danger when his home is targeted by enemy forces. He can no longer escape the peril, and he is forced to enter a new war that he cannot avoid.< Less
Let Slip the Dogs of War By John W. Connor
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A few weeks after North Korea invaded South Korea, Gen. MacArthur authorized the creation of a Provisional Raider Co. to blow up bridges and railway tunnels behind enemy lines. Of 800 volunteers, 115... More > made the cut, enduring weeks of grueling training. Raiders went ashore at Inchon with the Marines, and X Corps at Wonsan. They conducted long-range intelligence-gathering patrols in which they also inserted and removed Korean agents. During the Chosin Reservoir campaign they took and held open the mountain passes for the withdrawal of the Marines and the 7th Division. The Raiders were evacuated from North Korea on 14 December 1950, and assigned anti-guerrilla activities in South Korea. At Chang-to they were cut off and surrounded by two North Korean regiments. On 1 April 1951, all Ranger and Special Operations units were disbanded because the army high command believed they were not being utilized properly. This is their story, as told by a member of the unit. 32 photos, 7 documents.< Less