Item #15808 French Revolutionary Warfare from Indochina to Algeria : The Analysis of a Political and Military Doctrine. Peter Paret.
French Revolutionary Warfare from Indochina to Algeria : The Analysis of a Political and Military Doctrine
French Revolutionary Warfare from Indochina to Algeria : The Analysis of a Political and Military Doctrine
French Revolutionary Warfare from Indochina to Algeria : The Analysis of a Political and Military Doctrine

French Revolutionary Warfare from Indochina to Algeria : The Analysis of a Political and Military Doctrine

New York: Frederick A Praeger, 1964.

Hardcover. Very Good- in Good+ dust jacket. Item #15808

Front hinge creak, otherwise light wear; Dust Jacket with taped tears and chipping. Solid hardcover. ; "From its experience in the field, the French Army evolved one of the most coherent and encompassing doctrines yet formulated in the West of this unconventional warfare, involving subversion, insurrection, revolution ...To define the doctrine of guerre révolutionnaire and explore its implication not only for France, but for the West as awhole, Peter Paret, co-author of Guerrillas in the 1960's, examines official reports and directives and the large body of writings by French officers who participated in these campaigns. He describes the destructive and constructive components of counterrevolutionary warfare, stressing the use of psychological tools - reindoctrination centers, health services, and other techniques - to construct a superior ideological base." ; Princeton Studies in World Politics; Vol. 6; 163 pages.

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