Cover: Symposium on the Role of Airpower in Counterinsurgency and Unconventional Warfare

Symposium on the Role of Airpower in Counterinsurgency and Unconventional Warfare

Unconventional Warfare in the Mediterranean Theater

Published 1963

by A. H. Peterson, E. E. Conger, George C. Reinhardt

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A description of three types of unconventional warfare operations conducted in the Mediterranean theaters during World War II, with emphasis on the roles that airpower performed. The operations were: (1) air drops to partisans and underground elements; (2) French underground (Maquis) activities; (3) liaison with Yugoslav partisans.

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