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 No.6507

Post Military, Insurgency, General warfare and Military history and Insurgency history books and miscellaneous guides, preferably in pdf format, ZIP Files or torrents of these would also be apricated
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 No.6509

Clausewitz is probably the most important one.

Military science is neither "left" nor "right"
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 No.6515

from the soviet wars thread
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 No.6526

>>6509
/thread

Napoleon's Art of War is also good.
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 No.6527

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 No.6539

Ismail just dropped this
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 No.6540

Some classics.
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 No.6542

Only thing you shall need
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 No.6548

File: 1627081393483.pdf ( 982.37 KB , 205x300 , Mao_Tse-tung,_Samuel_B_Gri….pdf )

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 No.6550

>>6542
mm yes, very based
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 No.6560

fucking /edu/ is full of /his/nerds
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 No.6595

File: 1627404007274.png ( 632.71 KB , 666x799 , Comfy.png )

>>6560
And that's why it's good
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 No.6767

File: 1628345796074.pdf ( 29.65 MB , 225x300 , Fry The Brain The Art of U….pdf )

Fry the Brain
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 No.6780

File: 1628425215033.pdf ( 833.9 KB , 232x300 , 719d82d049d12e8bc927f5c692….pdf )

>>6507
>torrents of these would also be apricated

yo gonna be saving this pdfs
in case someone need they in the future
here is my small contribution
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 No.6781

File: 1628425458940.pdf ( 254.09 KB , 232x300 , On Guerrilla Warfare - Che….pdf )

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 No.6782

File: 1628425522856.pdf ( 273.01 KB , 232x300 , Mini-Manual of the Urban G….pdf )

here is from our boys in brasil
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 No.6783

File: 1628425765001.pdf ( 4.66 MB , 398x300 , mini manual.pdf )

>>6782
here is a old times version
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 No.6794

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 No.6795

>>6595
"Stay comfy, Stalin"
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 No.6796

I think the IRA had a short pamphlet that gave their tl;dr which was basically
>don't talk
>go train

Also, honestly, were Mao and Trotsky *really* that good, or is that more legacy building based on a few texts?
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 No.6804

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>>6796
Can't speak for Trotsky, but the PDF anon posted here >>6548, shows Mao as being an incredibly ingenious military leader, and this is said by a fucking US marine of all people.

He had a very good understanding on how raise, maintain and expand a guerrilla force, talking about its importance in helping orthodox troops, its role in revolutionary warfare (as opposed to national guerrilla warfare), how the people must be won to their side and so on.
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 No.6809

>>6780
maybe, I have tons of pds where I'm coastally organizing, editing and deleting useless stuff
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 No.6810

>>6796
taken from r/Ask Historians comment
>Trotsky's success with the Red Army wasn't as a general as such, he wasn't directing the battles for example. It was more a question of organsiation, getting the Red Army up to a standard where it could pose a threat to the Whites. The initial phases of the civil war had been fought on a relatively small scale and that could be carried by the militias and relatively small units like the Latvian Riflemen. As the conflict continued and the Whites got organised, the Bolsheviks needed to put together a larger force. That meant conscription, marshalling their forces and so forth. I forget whether it was Mawdsley or Lincoln who made the argument that the Bolsheviks actually had a really good position to win the civil war despite being surrounded by enemies, for example they had a large chunk of the population, controlled key transport hubs and even had a lot of the industrial base. But without someone to actually put all that together, the Reds would have been finished.

>Trotsky's prior political work gave him some background in organising under pressure and with mixed resources. His skill and understanding of the use of propaganda etc. probably helped contribute to Red Army morale too (though he wasn't alone in this area). The armoured trains used during the civil war often had an attached Agitprop (agitation and propaganda) unit for this purpose.

>Trotsky's support for former Tsarist officers makes sense in light of his not taking a field command role. He was willing to acknowledge his own (and his fellow Bolsheviks) lack of qualification (and also noting that elected officers were not a great idea) and hence left field command to the 'experts' essentially.
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 No.6811

Based thread
Pls don't get vanned uploaders
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 No.6813

>>6810
>He was willing to acknowledge his own (and his fellow Bolsheviks) lack of qualification (and also noting that elected officers were not a great idea) and hence left field command to the 'experts' essentially.

This lack of idealism fill my heart with joy;
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 No.6821

>>6809
very cool
>>6810
interesting, and yes >>6813 I've often believed even i my own life, if the goal needs a certain objective achieved, get the best person to use their skills to achieve it and put one's personal ego aside

probably how while I've not recieved many promotions in my life, I've always been able to get a better job or more compensation for less work via "this dude is chill and helps be do the thing I like doing, let's hire him/give him more days off"

/ramble
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 No.6883

dumpin'
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 No.6884

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 No.6905

Are there any current year protesting guides? Arab Spring, Ukraine, Chile, Hong Kong x2 happened in past 10 years. Btw, posting the best one :^)

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