US Army Psychological & Unconventional Warfare between 1941 & 1952


Title

Psychological and Unconventional Warfare. 1941-1952: Origins of a “Special Warfare” Capability for the United States Army.

Outline

This study examines the United States Army’s activities in psychological and unconventional warfare during and after World War II to determine the impetus for, and origins of, the formal special warfare capability created in 1952 with the establishment of the Psychological Warfare Centre at Fort Bragg
North Carolina.

Document

Psychological & Unconventional Warfare 1941-52, Origins of a Special Warfare Capability for the US Army (Paddock, 1979)

Reference

Paddock Jr, A.H. (1979) Psychological and Unconventional Warfare. 1941-1952: Origins of a “Special Warfare” Capability for the United States Army. Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania: US Army War College.

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