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مبادئ حرب الغوار

مبادئ حرب الغوار

  • Title: مبادئ حرب الغوار
  • Author: Ernesto Che Guevara إرنستو غيفارا
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  • Page: 389
  • Format: Hardcover



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He is ready to give his life, but the positive quality of this guerrilla warfare is precisely that each one of the guerrilla fighters is ready to die, not to defend an ideal, but rather the convert it to reality.Guerrilla Warfare by Che Guevara is the book of standards and tactics for guerrilla warfare for the 1960s. Guevara needs no introduction. He is either loved or hated with very few people not taking sides.Although dated in terms of weapons and the lay of the land after fifty years, the bo [...]

As out of date as this book is, it is still of use for a historical and psychological look at the tactics of the guerrilla warrior.Che's basic principles are simple - any guerrilla force, if properly trained and motivated and with popular support, can overthrow an unpopular repressive government and replace it with one which represents the popular will. Che's record was 1 for 3. Cuba being an unequivocal success, with the Congo less so, and Bolivia ending in his own death.Some of his principles [...]

No sé exactamente como este libro llego a mi lista de "To-Read", pero allí estaba.Me ha sorprendido gratamente, al principio parecía que iba a ser una sencilla guía sobre como montaron la guerrilla en Cuba y a partir de ella crear las bases para futuras revoluciones, pero aparte de eso el Che muestra una gran conocimiento sobre el cuerpo humano y la mente (se me había olvidado por un momento que se graduó en Medicina en Argentina) que incluso son más sencillos y correctos que los que tien [...]

Similar to Mao's treatise on guerrilla warfare, this one provides more pragmatic considerations than something like Sun Tzu (but, then again, there's nothing quite like Master Sun).This text includes a somewhat sympathetic introductory essay by a guy who advances a lukewarm critique of Guevara's foco theory of warfare, which is discredited by the mere fact of Guevara's death while enacting same in Bolivia. Fair enough.The text itself of the *Guerrilla Warfare* is likewise accompanied by two essa [...]

Many college kids have the classic image of Che Guevara either posted on their wall or t-shirt as a symbol of revolution and non-conformism, but few really know much about him. This book is his 1960 detailing of how to fight a populist guerrilla war against a powerful government. I got it while I was in Army basic training from the PX and my drill sergeants almost flipped out when the found it in my locker. It's more useful as an understanding of this type of warfare, than a how-to, though if yo [...]

تعريف حرب الغوار/حرب العصابات: هي حرب غير تقليدية، بين مجموعات قتالية صغيرة مدعمة بتسليح أقل عدداً ونوعية وتتبع أسلوب المباغتة في القتال في معارك صغيرة ذات أهداف استراتيجية يحددون هم مكانها وزمانها بحيث يكون تأثيرها موجع للخصم. الهدف منها استبدال النظام القديم بشيء جديد. وا [...]

Well I kinda skim read it BUT the parts that I did read were actually quite interesting. I didn't know there were so many ways to plan surprise attacks, but now that I do y'all better watch your back :P

My mate's Commie mum lent it some 6 years ago. I want it back

This is a good operational manual on conducting guerrilla warfare. The author however relies too much on the ability of the revolutionaries to win the population over to the cause and was probably why he was unsuccessful and killed in Bolivia. Always carry salt and shoes.

This book is a series of documents the first written in 1960, the last a pamphlet published in English a few months before Che Guevara was killed, a South American revolutionary and hero.The book looks at guerrilla warfare in particular fighting in places of a similar landscape to South America and elsewhere. He talks about tactics and how to survive as a fighter which clearly comes from experience. He extols the rights of ordinary people to rule themselves and not to be lead by colonialists, wi [...]

Read during my early teenage revolutionary days, and largely what put an end to them -- it became clear that revolution was a dirty, cold business most unlike a video game, largely the interest of people I'd likely despise and be despised by. I couldn't agree more with another reviewer -- this book is more of a historical relic than any relevant manual. I'd add, though, that it's important insight into the tumult of revolutionary Central and South America from the 50's through the 70's, and perh [...]

Interesting as a historical document but kind of dry. It's mostly an instruction manual so it really doesn't make for good reading.

This is a small book of 175 pages, and it serves as a good background book wherever guerrilla warfare was the main tactic. For example, any book on the revolution in Nicaragua. Che Guevara was a national hero here, and you see him in many places. With this book, you can also better visualize how the guerrillas fought, and the actual mindset and the living conditions of the guerrilla revolutionaries. I learned so many things I didn't know about them. For example, a guerrilla unit cannot survive w [...]

A pretty good how-to manual, written 58 years ago.Most would still stand true today, apart from the difficulty of communications - cell and satellite phones would transform that problem of laying miles of cables through jungles; yet would also make it near impossible to disrupt the established army's lines.I think Che alive today would be most shocked at how true his prediction was, that one of the biggest threats to The People was not the massive corrupt governments of the world, but the growth [...]

Fascinating, succinct. A very technical look at the means and methods by which Che organized a successful insurrection against a force with far superior numbers, weapons, and position. There's a minimum of philosophy (except for the Epilogue) and quite a lot of practical anecdotes and examples in a no-fuss, easy to read and comprehend style.

3.5

Interesting as an historical document and insight into Guevara's thought process and philosophy, but out of date in many respects.

A short but deep book by an enigmatic and charismatic revolutionary leader of the world - Ernesto Guveara or Che by his nickname. In this book Che theorized the nature, strategy and tactics of guerrilla warfare, and to an amazing degree, getting out some of the very details. For examples, the nature of the guerrilla warfare is one of the people that doesn't require all the revolutionary conditions ripe to fruition, that these conditions are but derived from the ongoing energy of guerrilla warfar [...]

A short but deep book by an enigmatic and charismatic revolutionary leader of the world - Ernesto Guveara or Che by his nickname. In this book Che theorized the nature, strategy and tactics of guerrilla warfare, and to an amazing degree, getting out some of the very details. For examples, the nature of the guerrilla warfare is one of the people that doesn't require all the revolutionary conditions ripe to fruition, that these conditions are but derived from the ongoing energy of guerrilla warfar [...]

I'm not really sure how effective a review I can write of this book - I am neither an expert on Cuba nor Communism, and my expertise on warfare is so far detached from Che Guevara's that it is impossible to judge on that basis either. I can say that, personally, I got more out of this book in 2015 than I did out of Reminiscences of the Cuban Revolutionary when I read it in 2009. I think I should re-read Che's diaries at some point, too.I was struck by the apparent usefulness of the book as a man [...]

This is a great complimentary book to Che Guevara Reminiscences of a Cuban War and for anyone who truly wants to understand Guevara's ideology and phycology. It discusses and tactics and strategies of Guerrila warfare in great detail, from the high level objectives to the practical day to day activities and nuisances. To the average reader it may seem slightly obscure if you are not engaged in a guerrilla war and many of the practical guides may seem slightly out of date (for example communicati [...]

Those with an academic interest in guerrilla warfare or Latin American history would do well to seek out the Loveman-Davies edition of this book. It includes not only the original (English-translated) text of "Guerrilla Warfare," but also two later essays that show Guevara's progression from an essentially "people's war" theorist to his better-known theory of "foco" (small-unit) guerrilla warfare.But the real value of this edition lies with the numerous case studies that Loveman & Davies hav [...]

I appreciate both the history and timeliness of this book. Che was an influential player in the Cuban Revolution as well as other conflicts of the Cold War. Additionally, his tactics seem to be increasingly used by terrorist organizations today. There is definitely something to be learned here by both historians and the current community.Major flaws. First is in editing. There are lots of flaws here. A few minor translation issues, some formatting issues (ex. random numbers appearing in the midd [...]

Worth reading, to dispel the myth from reality. Turns out Che was a purist of sorts, but didn't follow his own advice.On one hand, he did not thrive on violence; he fomented revolution, but did seek to minimize killing.- opposed to terrorism (rarely proportional benefit for the costs incurred), but a great proponent of sabotage. Primary target: communications, and lines of communication. Two categories: National- must be strategic target, and only at the right time. Other category was more tacti [...]

This is what it is. It's a handbook outlining the tactics of guerrilla warfare in 1950s and 60s South America. It attempts to outline tactics that apply to other conditions, but it openly acknowledges that it cannot be taken as a bible. There's no possible way to argue with the quality of *that* particular section, because it's simply a recounting of the tactics employed during a nonfiction, historical event.However, what can be reviewed is the additional content at the back of the book, namely [...]

Che's manual on guerrilla warfare is more of a historical relic than a pragmatic or philosophical work at this point. The book was written for a very specific purpose, which has little bearing on the situation in the US right now.Nevertheless there are some interesting concepts and strategic lessons here.For example, the "seven golden rules" could be applied creatively and nonviolently in many situations:1. Do not engage in a fight that cannot be won.2. Move continuously, hit and run.3. Use the [...]

Che Guevara is great, and this book does offer insight into the mind of the communist revolutionary. This is good to read if you aren't familiar with the Cuban revolution and are swayed by the bullshit floating around the US airways (such as calling Che a "terrorist," even though strategically they were recruiting the villagers that the Cuban military was terrorizing).However, this book really could have used a ghost writer. It's repetitive (the phrase "avoid encirclement" must be used 100 times [...]

A fascinating insight into the ideology and tactics of the Cuban Revolution. Here, Guevara looks to inspire others to follow his lead using his experience as a starting point but now to the political scholar, the book takes on more historical interest than practical guide to insurrection. Of particular interest was the personalities that are required for the guerrilla lifestyle; the self sacrifice, iron will and resourcefulness that make for an effective, covert fighting force. Not just a milita [...]

Guerrilla Warfare is sure to be a very handy primer for rural (as opposed to urban) guerrillas, but, for the rest of us, it is nothing more than a highly readable primary source on rural revolutionary tactics and strategy. Readers who are interested in Che's personal take on the Cuban Revolution should instead look for a copy of Reminiscences of the Cuban Revolutionary War, and those who are interested in the life of Che himself should pick up one of Che's more reputable biographies, be it Jon L [...]

To the trained military person, this sort of manual is very disappointing. First of all it is almost entirely plagiarized from Mao; not that Mao was such a great writer. Suffice it to say that Ernesto Che Guevara could not possibly give credence to the principles he was trying to teach in this book. He was killed defying the very premise to which he subscribed: guerilla warfare, for it to be victorious, must be waged by the indigenous populace. Guevara defied this principle by waging guerrilla w [...]


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