RE: Guerilla Warfare (was War In Sartar)

From: Gareth Martin <gamartin_at_...>
Date: Tue, 30 Jan 2001 13:42:25 -0000

> Note the spanish reference is probably just the first use of the
> term. It can be retroactively applied to irregular warfare. Guerilla
> warfare is a type of warfare, fought behind enemy lines. The Maquis
> for example waged a guerilla war against occupying German troops in
> WWII. It is not just associated with revoloutionary struggle.

Oh no, certainly not - in fact I'd say it is more common in nationalist ideologies. But as has been pointed out before, the Orlanthi don't really have a sense of nationalism.

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