Ljubljuana is significant because the area had relatively more independence than other parts of Yugoslavia during the early occupation, and because of what happened to anti-partisan
forces from this region after the war.
frustration mounts in the aftermath of a series of assassinations in Libya.
Mostly, though, he's relying on the anti-partisan
Their brutality while carrying out anti-partisan
operations for the Germans in Yugoslavia and northern Italy was notorious.
The Chicago Tribune came out in support of its home state senator on Friday as well, breaking with an anti-partisan
policy that went back to the 19th century.
So Smith's considerable campaign resources - $9 million, as of April 30 - are being deployed to burnish an anti-partisan
One interesting footnote in the beginning of the book shows how the early post-World War II doctrine relied heavily on the German Wehrmacht's anti-partisan
doctrine, including the notion of "hammer and anvil," a concept which continued to appear in the US doctrinal lexicon on counterinsurgency until the end of the twentieth century.
He writes of the way in which, for example, the Spanish-American War, begun for ostensibly the purest humanitarian motives, turned into an anti-partisan
struggle against Filipino guerrillas in which American soldiers replicated the brutalities of the other Western colonial armies.
Ventura's election was not a Reform Party triumph as much as it was an anti-partisan
strategies proved vital in creating such a vicious atmosphere and the investigation of these policies and, more importantly, the motivations behind them, forms the basis of Ben Shepherd's concise, yet provocative study.
Kulongoski and Saxton have left little room in the middle for an anti-partisan
campaign such as Westlund's.
Yet, they proved adept at anti-partisan
operations (such as the Canadian army fought against the Taliban) on the Eastern Front.