British Counterinsurgency by John Newsinger

By John Newsinger

British Counterinsurgency demanding situations the British Army's declare to counterinsurgency services. It offers well-written, obtainable and updated debts of the post-1945 campaigns in Palestine, Malaya, Kenya, Cyprus, South Yemen, Dhofar, Northern eire and extra lately in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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