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guerrilla_warfare

See also Guerrilla

Guerrilla warfare (Spanish: guerrilla “small war”) is warfare where one or more sides use unconventional tactics such as stealth, intelligence, sabotage, assassination and espionage, combined with small raids against larger more conventional forces.<ref>

</ref> The Spanish resistance to Napoleon after their nation had been “defeated” is a classic example of guerrilla warfare.<ref name=“Dwyer2014”>

</ref> Other oft drawn-upon examples of guerrilla warfare are those of the Colonial troops during the Revolutionary War and the Viet Cong resistance during the Vietnam War.

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