Insurgents, Raiders, and Bandits: How Masters of Irregular Warfare Have Shaped Our World
Ivan R. Dee, Jul 16, 2011 - History - 336 pages
Insurgent, Raiders and Bandits explores the history of irregular warfare over the past 250 years through the lives and campaigns ofFrom w the greatest masters of this mode of conflict. The book not only tells their stories, but shapes an alternate history of the world as seen through the eyes of those who made up for their small numbers with clever, unorthodox methods that often brought them victory. Their lesson for military affairs in our time must not be ignored.
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