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BC: "The Great Chemical Weapons Hoax." Internationalist Group -- Reforge the Fourth International! Web. 07 Mar. 2011. . "Vietnam, 35 Years Later - The Big Picture." Web. 07 Mar. 2011. . "Francis Marion : Map (The Full Wiki)." Google Maps Meets Wikipedia. Web. 07 Mar. 2011. . "Barker Year 10 Vietnam / Legacy of the War." Barker Year 10 Vietnam / FrontPage. Web. 07 Mar. 2011. . " - How Was Guerrilla Warfare Used in Vietnam." WikiAnswers - The Q&A Wiki. Web. 08 Mar. 2011. .

FC: Guerrilla Warfare | By: Katie Smith and Eloisa Dizon

1: Guerrilla Warfare: a type of military action using small, mobile, irregular forces to carry out surprise tactics against hostile regular forces

2: The history of this type of warfare is unknown because it was developed from many hit-and-run defenses. | Guerrilla warfare is very common when there is a difficult type of terrain that is unknown to attackers. This kind of warfare as been used since the American Revolution in 1775. | HISTORY

4: Guerrilla Warfare could be used on any terrian. There were not just bombs that you could hide under ground, but there are many other ways that you could to guerrilla warfare, such as tunnels, booby traps, and even safe base areas. | Tactics

5: Tunnels | Forest | Booby Trap

6: Some of the wars that guerrilla warfare was used in was the American Revolutionary War, the Peninsular War, in the Philippines in WW II, and in Vietnam. | WARS | Vietnam War

7: American Revolution | Philippines during WW2

8: Vietnam | Guerrilla Warfare was used throughout the war. The Vietnamese were the ones that used this type of warfare the most. The Viet Cong used the tunnel method.

9: They had tunnels underground that they would move men and supplies under ground. However, inside the tunnels were many booby traps and other weapons that would hurt the U.S troops.

10: Fun Facts: 1. Most common type of warfare since 1945. 2. U.S. 58,000 troops were killed 3. N. Vietnamese army 1.1 million deaths 4. 1,170,000 people were injured

11: Work Cited: Web. 07 Mar. 2011. . "Guerrilla Warfare." Spartacus Educational - Home Page. Web. 01 Mar. 2011. . Guerrilla warfare. (n.d.).'s 21st Century Lexicon. Retrieved March 01, 2011, from website: "Battlefield:Vietnam | Guerrilla Tactics." PBS: Public Broadcasting Service. Web. 07 Mar. 2011. . Strock, George. Japanese Booby Trap Found during the Campaign. 1943. Photograph. LIFE, New Guinea. Home - Vietnam War: Fighting Tactics. Web. 07 Mar. 2011. .

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