Protracted Conflict

February 1973
National Review Bulletin;2/9/1973, Vol. 25 Issue 6, pB15
This article focuses on the new guerrilla campaign in Salisbury, Rhodesia. Counter-guerrilla units are difficult to establish in the region because of the rough terrain that is covered with thick bush. Guerrillas have adopted the Maoist tactic of disappearing during confrontations with troops. The objectives of the guerrillas are to terrorize and subvert the native villagers.


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