October 1

Ep. 0080: History of Irregular Warfare with Bill Buppert (Part 4)

Join CJ & Bill as they discuss:

  • Some of the post-WWII wars of ‘decolonization’ the British & French fought in places like Malaya, Kenya, & Algeria
  • Vietnam, comparing the French performance there in the 19th century to the French & American performance there in the mid-20th century
  • Some thoughts on the recent wars in the Middle East and Southwest Asia

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Posted October 1, 2015 by profcj in category "Interviews", "Military History", "Podcasts


  1. By profcj (Post author) on

    Yeah, language barriers are a shame in so many ways. Like most Americans, I myself am only really competent in English. Back during grad school I could read German reasonably well, but I’m so rusty now that I’d probably have a tough time making it through a German edition of Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss.

    As far as I know, Fabricius’ work is not available in English.


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