September 28

Ep. 0079: History of Irregular Warfare with Bill Buppert (Part 3)

Join CJ & Bill as they discuss:

  • Col. T.E. Lawrence’s operations in Arabia during the First World War
  • The Anglo-Irish War and its primary mastermind, Michael Collins
  • The concept of “peak guerrilla” or “peak G” in the West in the years 1916-1922
  • Mao Tse Tung as theorist and practitioner of guerrilla warfare in the Chinese Civil War

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Posted September 28, 2015 by profcj in category "Interviews", "Military History", "Podcasts


  1. By Richard Raymond on

    This is the third installment of your podcast on Irregular Warfare I’ve listened to and I love the wide ranging topics of warfare, history, philosophy, cinema ect…. you both make a good team, keep up a very interesting and informative series!
    P.S.- Would love to hear more about the movie, I believe you said was “Intimate Enemies” about the French Algerian conflict.


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