Guerrilla Warfare

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U of Nebraska Press, 1961 - 175 pages
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"Che's insights are just as alive today as they were when he first wrote them down in 1960, and his work has been placed alongside that of Mao Tse-Tung and Vo Nguyen Giap. Armed struggle, based on the Cuban example of hit-and-run tactics by small and mobile rural partisan bands is, he argues, the proper path to revolution in Latin America."-Latin America in Books. "Among Cuban revolutionary leaders, Ernesto 'Che' Guevara was unique in discerning that the Cuban Revolution could be a powerful influence in promoting insurgency elsewhere in Latin American."-American Historical Review. This indispensable book includes three of Che Guevara's most influential essays describing his tactical philosophy of fighting a guerrilla war in Latin America. "Guerrilla Warfare, " written in 1960, outlines Guevara's doctrine for guerrilla fighters, especially against Caribbean-style dictatorships. In "Guerrilla Warfare: A Method" (1963) and "Message to the Tricontinental" (1967), Guevara modified some of his earlier tenets. These latter two works move away from his earlier dogmatism, suggesting that Marxist revolution was possible even in purportedly democratic regimes. All three essays reflect his deeply held belief that a small, rural-based guerrilla army could trigger a revolution. Introducer Marc Becker is a visiting scholar at Gettysburg College in Pennsylvania and the author of Mariategui and Latin American Marxist Theory.
  

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Avis d'utilisateur  - Troy - Goodreads

Che Guevara was an incredibly intelligent man and learned the art of guerrilla warfare being a guerrilla. He spent most of his adult life in pursuit of the perfect guerrilla war which ultimately led ... Consulter l'avis complet

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Avis d'utilisateur  - Eric - Goodreads

Simple but not outstanding, uilding alot on Tzun zu, move like fish among fishes, alot of ideas that doesnt get straightened out fully, more of people managing in the field then of actually small ... Consulter l'avis complet

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Dedication to Camilo
3
General Principles of Guerrilla Warfare
7
The Guerrilla Band
38
Organization of the Guerrilla Front
80
Appendices
115
Epilogue
123
A Method 1963
141
Message to the Tricontinental 1967
159
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Introducer Marc Becker is a visiting scholar at Gettysburg College in Pennsylvania and the author of Mariætegui and Latin American Marxist Theory.

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