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Log In Sign Up. Stadtguerilla von Heinz Duthel. Heinz Duthel. Als ihr Erfinder gilt Michael Collins Irland. Die Methodik der so verstandenen Stadtguerilla wird von einer herrschenden Regierung in aller Regel mit Terrorismus gleichgesetzt. Die entsprechenden Gruppen gelten als terroristische Vereinigungen. Geschichte Lateinamerika Kuba In der kubanischen Revolution — entstanden zwei unterschiedliche und miteinander konkurrierende Widerstandsstrategien, die damals Llano und Sierra genannt wurden.
Dort operierten die Tupamaros relativ erfolgreich in der Hauptstadt Montevideo. Sie machten das Konzept der Stadtguerilla weltweit bekannt. Stadtguerilla 2 Brasilien In Brasilien entstand ebenfalls eine Stadtguerilla, die meist aus den kommunistischen Parteien hervorging. Ihr wichtigster Theoretiker war Humberto Ortega. Juni zusammen. Rote Armee Fraktion. Einleitender Essay von Sebastian Haffner. Eine Methode, in: Joachim Schickel Hg. Das Modell der Stadtguerilla. In: Wolfgang Kraushaar Hrsg.
Band 2. Hrsg: Otto-Suhr-Institut Berlin. The new face of political violence, London Sage The Washington Papers Vol. Elmar Dinter: Der Stadtguerilla. Aspekte des Guerillakampfes in den industrialisierten westlichen Demokratien, in: Truppenpraxis. Stadtguerilla in den USA, Hamburg ISBN September , S.
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