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By Gregory Fremont-Barnes

ISBN-10: 1440804257

ISBN-13: 9781440804250

This two-volume heritage of counterinsurgency covers the entire significant and plenty of of the lesser recognized examples of this frequent and enduring kind of clash, addressing a number of the measures hired within the try to triumph over the insurgency and studying the contributors and businesses accountable for every little thing from counterterrorism to infrastructure building.

• presents an incredibly vast assurance of counterinsurgency that spans the interval from 1900 to the current day and addresses geographical components resembling Algeria, India, Northern eire, Iraq, Afghanistan, Malaya, Cyprus, Vietnam, and plenty of different areas and countries

• provides historic and geographical views that permit the reader to ascertain every one bankruptcy as an self reliant case learn and examine and distinction every one occasion with others to attract classes throughout time

• comprises an intensive bibliography that covers all elements of recent counterinsurgency-based subject matters, together with nation-states, concept, and tactics

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As for military affairs, he reported to Brodrick in mid-September that: We are constantly reducing the enemy forces, and they are becoming more and more discontented with their leaders; but I fear the war will go on until we reduce their numbers to a very small residue. I am glad to say our bag!!! , the number of prisoners] has not fallen off as [I] rather expected it would. Considerable areas are being entirely cleared and kept clear of boers [sic] & this makes them thicker in the positions they still occupy so that our columns get at them almost better than they did before as boers [sic] are forced out of their own country and hiding places.

But the Boers had not surrendered the initiative and carried out operations of their own, such as on March 3, when Generals de la Rey and Jan Smuts, together with Commandant Hendrik Vermaas, with a force of 1,500 men and one gun, vigorously attacked Lieutenant Colonel C. G. m. in a fight lasting until midnight, after which the Boers withdrew, repulsed with losses of 60 dead and wounded and seven prisoners. The garrison suffered 16 killed and 26 wounded. Other Boer forays included an attack by de la Rey with 500 men and three guns near Geduld on March 22 against a strong patrol of the 1st Imperial Light Horse, consisting of 200 men and a pom-pom.

We usually burn from six to a dozen farms a day; these being about all that in this sparselyinhabited country we encounter. I do not gather that any special reason or cause is alleged or proved against the farms burnt. If Boers have used the farm; if the owner is on commando; if the [railway] line within a certain distance has been blown up; or even if there are Boers in the neighbourhood who persist in 22 A History of Counterinsurgency fighting—these are some of the reasons. Of course the people living in the farms have no say in these matters, and are quite powerless to interfere with the plans of the fighting Boers.

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