• (adj): Used of independent armed resistance forces.
    Example: "Guerrilla warfare"
    Synonyms: guerilla, underground, irregular
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on guerrilla, guerrillas:

Minimanual Of The Urban Guerrilla
... Minimanual Of The Urban Guerrilla (Portuguese Minimanual do Guerrilheiro Urbano) is a book written by Brazilian guerrilla fighter Carlos Marighella in June 1969 ... It is necessary for every urban guerrilla to keep in mind always that he can only maintain his existence if he is disposed to kill the police and those dedicated to ... The book is still used by some guerrilla organizations, but its importance has declined in the past few decades ...
Hubert Lanz - World War II - Greece - Anti-partisan Operations in Epirus
... Collective punishment of entire localities for guerrilla attacks was common, with directives to execute 50 to 100 hostages for each German casualty only four days before Lanz assumed command, men of the 98th ... reprisals remained a standard tactic following the death of Lieutenant-Colonel Salminger in a guerrilla ambush in late September, Lanz issued an order demanding "ruthless ... proved to have little permanent effect on the guerrilla groups themselves, the reprisals instilled sufficient terror in the local population to deter cooperation with the guerrillas ...
Stephen Marshall (writer) - Guerrilla News Network
... In 2000, Marshall co-founded the Guerrilla News Network, Inc ... company that seeks to "expose people to important global issues through cross-platform guerrilla programming." GNN produces original articles and republishes commentary and news from a number ...
Campaign To Suppress Bandits In Central And Southern China - Outcome
... Although sharing the common anti-communist goal, the nationalist guerrilla and insurgency warfare was largely handicapped by the enlistment of bandits, many of whom had fought and killed nationalist ...
Leftist Guerrilla Groups Of Iran
... Several leftist guerrilla groups attempting to overthrown the pro-Western regime of Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi were notable and active in Iran from 1971 to 1975 ... While the guerrilla movement did not lead the revolution that overthrew the Pahlavi regime, four guerrilla organizations — the Feda'i, the pro-Tudeh Feda'i Munsh'eb, the Islamic Mujahedin and the ...

More definitions of "guerrilla":

  • (noun): A member of an irregular armed force that fights a stronger force by sabotage and harassment.
    Synonyms: guerilla, irregular, insurgent