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Removed AAA remarks
I just deleted a sentence which asserts that the AAA (Alianza Anticomunista Argentina) a group with government links born in 1974, supressed Montoneros and leftist ERP (Ejército Revolucionario del Pueblo) guerrillas . The counter-terror of AAA was limited to selective assassinations of supporters and affiliated politicians, without facing these organizations in open combat, as the Army and other security forces did. The guerrilla in Argentina was actually defeated after the military dictatorship overthrew the constitutional government in 1976. DagosNavy 03:25, 8 February 2007
Charles due ghale
how is he a pionerr of a gurrila warfare
Anti-Soviet resistance during WW2
This article fails to mention that there were also anti-soviet resistance movements in eastern europe , and also in Chechnya during WW2.The whole reistance wasnt just against axist nations.Ukrainian insurgent army for example was pretty much active against soviet forces , but it also fought against axis.
George washington and the American revolution
I have thought consistently that George Washington and his later tactics in the American revolution were guerrilla tactics and should be added as an early example of such tactics, as he tried to avoid direct confrontation with the British army and tried to tire them out, while also gaining support from foreign nations such as France. The political unrest against the British could be considered as completion of the political wing of guerrilla warfare. Could we add this as an example?
It seems likely that 'la guerilla' derived from the French term 'la petite guerre', as used by Maurice de Saxe in his posthumously published notes 'Mes Reveries,' (1757), and which was common use by professional soldiers from the mid-C18th onwards, French being the intellectual and professional lingua franca (pun unavoidabe) in Europe at that time.JF42 (talk) 20:01, 2 December 2016 (UTC)
See Talk:Shivaji#Guerrilla_warfare.2C_Ganimi_Kava.2C_Har_Har_Mahadev. In short: source contradicts this very idea, in any case, we can't say stuff like "pioneer" etc. Ugog Nizdast (talk) 16:35, 28 December 2016 (UTC)