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Japanese Counterinsurgency, WW2 - Ruthless, Effective Japanese Tactics
Japanese Counterinsurgency, WW2
Ruthless, Effective Japanese Tactics
© 2010
224 pages; 18 chapters and 2 appendices
Few students of history realize that the brutally effective Japanese Army
of World War 2
, also fought many campaigns that may be described as
Japanese Counterinsurgency, WW2. The methods of Japanese
Counterinsurgency in WW2
were unhindered by any of the guilt, lack of
confidence, and/or confused thinking so apparent in the American-Marxist
approach to
counterinsurgency. In its own way, the Japanese Army
was pure, and its distilled ferocity was unburdened by the treasonous
misgivings of melting pot citizens harboring heterogeneous values and
treasonous notions.
Japanese Counterinsurgency, WW2 was carried
out to obtain victory. The clear-minded
Japanese Army did not bother to
invent false rules of war or self-defeating rules of engagement crafted by
non-warriors trying to work off their own poisoned karmic debt. Neither did
they subscribe to such insanely defeatist rules as those of the Geneva
Conference. The
Japanese Army knew that if they were defeated,
Japanese survivors would be murdered by the same fair-play hypocrites
who advocated “rules of war”. The
Japanese Army was not hypocritical
and the methods described in the e-book,
Counterinsurgency, WW2
, provide important lessons for those
uncorrupted by treasonous war rules, which favor enemy victory. Expose
yourself to a different type of anti-partisan warfare, one which was always
victorious and was feared as
Japanese Counterinsurgency, WW2.
Review Table of Contents
“The Japanese commander in the Philippines called for a minimum of 24 infantry battalions to secure his rear areas
against guerrilla action and seven divisions to break up the regular invasion effort."' This would mean a ratio of
approximately three front-line troops for every one soldier tied down in rear-area security. In China, where guerrilla action
was more fully developed, the requirements for rear-area security were greater and the number of troops so engaged at
times actually exceeded those forces engaged in front-line action.
Strong Points
The Japanese made extensive use of strong points to ensure greater security in the occupied areas. Most of these were
located in commanding positions, along railroad lines, near bridges, and adjacent to key industrial installations.
In China alone an estimated 30,000 strong points were constructed. Of this number approximately 10,000, or one-third,
were destroyed in the course of the struggle against the guerrillas.”
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