Guerrilla warfare

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Guerrilla warfare (Spanish: guerrilla "small war") is warfare where one or more sides use unconventional tactics such as stealth, intelligence, sabotage, assassination and espionage, combined with small raids against larger more conventional forces. The Spanish resistance to Napoleon after their nation had been "defeated" is a classic example of guerrilla warfare. Other oft drawn-upon examples of guerilla warfare are those of the Colonial troops during the Revolutionary War and the Viet Cong resistance during the Vietnam War.

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