Historically guerrilla warfare was a rural phenomenon it was not until the 1960s that the limitations of this form were clearly demonstrated the technique was almost entirely ineffective when used outside of the later colonial environment as was shown by the cuban sponsored efforts in latin america during the 1960s culminating in the foco campaign headed by che guevara in bolivia that . Other revolutionary models and urban guerrilla warfare are usefully discussed in terms of two dimensions mass vs guerrilla participation mass line armed line axis and urban vs rural setting urban rural axis organization strategy and tactics are explored each case is then set in historical context some irrelevant periods are included uruguay descriptions of the . Urban guerrilla warfare in latin america preview preview google preview close drawer urban guerrilla warfare in latin america by james v kohl and john litt buying options buying options buy amazon print or kindle buy barnes noble buy indiebound buy indigo buy powells buy waterstones . Urban guerrilla warfare in latin america by james kohl and john litt lawrence massachusetts the mit press 1974 pp 425 bibliography index 1250 volume 32 issue 1 herman hattaway. Urban guerrilla redirects here for the hawkwind song see urban guerrilla an urban guerrilla is someone who fights a government using unconventional warfare or domestic terrorism in an urban environment during the cold war many were on the left wing of the political spectrum
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