Accession Number : AD0436814


Title :   CASE STUDIES IN INSURGENCY AND REVOLUTIONARY WARFARE: ALGERIA 1954-1962


Corporate Author : AMERICAN UNIV WASHINGTON DC


Personal Author(s) : Jureidini, Paul A


Full Text : https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/436814.pdf


Report Date : Dec 1963


Pagination or Media Count : 148


Abstract : The objective of this case study is to contribute to increased analytic understanding of revolutionary (internal) war. Specifically, the study analyzes the Algerian Revolution by examining two types of information in terms of their relationship to the occurrence, form, and outcome of the revolution: (1) social, economic, and political factors in the prerevolutionary and revolutionary situations; (2) structural and functional factors of the revolutionary movement, such as the composition of actors and followers, revolutionary strategy and goals, organization and technique& - The study is not focused on the strategy and tactics of countering revolutions.


Descriptors :   *COUNTERINSURGENCY , *GUERRILLA WARFARE , ALGERIA , MILITARY STRATEGY , POLITICAL SCIENCE , LEADERSHIP , ECONOMICS , SOCIAL COMMUNICATION , PROPAGANDA , POPULATION , ERRORS , LABOR , MILITARY ORGANIZATIONS , SOCIOLOGY , FEDERAL BUDGETS , SOCIAL SCIENCES


Subject Categories : Unconventional Warfare


Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE