(on behalf of: Jason Ridler)
Do you have favorite war novels that primarily concern guerrilla warfare, insurgency, or other brands of unconventional or irregular warfare?
I'm compiling a list, and will share it when I am done. It will include C. S. Forrester's Rifleman Dodd and The Gun, Kipling's Kim, Larteguy's The Centurion, and more. I would be very interested in novels from Africa, Asia, and the Balkans that are available in English. Please note: I am only interested in fiction in print such as: short stories, plays, novels, etc. I am not interested in memoirs, unless they are fictionalized (feel free to insert a dozen jokes about how all memoirs are fiction here!).
Also, the latest FM on COIN in the US (2014) does not include an annotated bibliography (which the 2006 did). I would love to know why it was removed, if folks know.
Jason S. Ridler, MA, Ph.D.
Writer, Historian, Storyteller
Adjunct Professor, Norwich University
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