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Memoirs of a Chinese Marshal—The autobiographical notes of Peng Dehuai (1898-1974)

This book presents the memoirs of Marshal Peng Dehuai, the outstanding general who was one of the builders of the Chinese Red Army and who served as Vice-Premier of the State Council and Minister of Defence until mid-1959. The autobiographical notes were written…



China vs USA wargame simulation over Spratly Islands

This is a very small channel that is simulating a conflict (excepted to grow up to a full war) between China and the USA over the Spratly Islands. …


Please excuse the source material, but to my knowledge all modern armies follow this template to a certain extent. …

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The Eastern Front of WW2 - Youtube videos

These animated youtube videos are, I think, an excellent overview of the Eastern Front of WW2 from a tactical and strategical perspective. They show mostly the battle plans and how the formations advanced and why. It’s very detailed and the takeaway I have from it is: always do pincer attacks. Cut t…


[Torrent] [Documentary] Soviet Storm: WW2 in the East

This is a documentary series on the eastern front of WW2. Not a book, but it contains a lot of dissections of tactical situations the red army found themselves in, and how they got out of them. …


Sun Tzu: The art of war

I’m pretty sure everyone knows this book by now. I think to some extent you can thank capitalism for commodifying such an old work written far before capitalism, and much further than the author could ever anticipate. At the same time, the wide reach of this very short book turned it into something …


Che Guevara: Guerilla Warfare

Of course it would be meaningless to introduce Che Guevara to ML comrades. But nonetheless, for the newcomers, Ernesto “Che” Guevara was an Argentinian revolutionary who grew up in a petty bourgeois background. After travelling throughout South America and noticing the conditions in which the prolet…


Carlos Marighella: Minimanual of the Urban Guerilla

Carlos Marighella was involved with the communist party of Brasil against the fascist junta. He went to prison several times, and also visited the USSR, China and Cuba. He wrote this manual in 1969, during his last year of life, before he died in an ambush. …


General Von Clausewitz: On War

von Clausewitz was a liberal and a bourgeois living in the 18th century, and yet his defining work, On War, is still relevant today. …


Unknown author : 36 Strategies

This short book comes from Ancient China, and is possibly even older than Sun Tzu’s Art of War. As the story goes, the parchment was discovered by a KMT officer in the 40s completely by accident. The parchment he discovered was a reprint done under the Qing dynasty of an older parchment, so who kn…


Major H. Von Dach: Total Resistance

H. Von Dach was a Swiss major who wrote his book on guerilla resistance after WW2, expecting a soviet invasion that never came. The idea was to distribute this book to pockets of resistance fighting guerilla warfare against an occupying force. …


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