The long, long war; counterinsurgency in Malaya and Vietnam [by] Richard L. Clutterbuck. Foreword by Harold K. Johnson.

New York, Praeger [1966] .

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Subjects Guerrilla warfare.
Malaya -- History.
Vietnam -- History.
Description xiv, 206 pages illustrations, map 22 cm
Copyright Date [1966]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 191-197).
Summary Draws on experiences of the author, as well as his British, Malayan and American colleagues, in action against Communist guerillas.
Contents pt. 1. Defensive (1945-51): Growth of a communist party -- Recipe for chaos -- Strikes and subversion -- Riot and rebellion -- A state of emergency -- The big battalions -- The Briggs plan -- Malaya and Vietnam, the critical years -- part 2. Offensive (1952-55): Sir Gerald Templer -- Across the jungle fringe -- Intelligence agents, fact and fantasy -- Surrendered enemy personnel (SEP's) -- The anatomy of an offensive operation -- Intelligence and the killing stage -- part 3. Victory (1955-60): The way to independence -- Foreigners in an independent country -- Remote areas and the border problem -- Air support -- The crumble and the hard core -- Conclusions -- Appendixes: A. Chronological summary of events -- Abbreviations -- Maps and charts: Map of Malaya -- State and district war executive committees -- The parallel hierarchy -- An MCP branch and its supporters -- Map of a typical district -- Map of white areas -- A pattern of counterinsurgency.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Malaya
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1101439
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WorldCat Identities Clutterbuck, Richard L.
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