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'Friends' and 'patriots': a comparative study of indigenous force cooperation in the Second World War

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From the deployment of Roger's Rangers in the Seven Years War to the Sunni Awakening in the Second Gulf War, indigenous force cooperation has been a hallmark of significant armed conflicts in modern history. Indigenous forces are, by definition, recruited locally and are paramilitary in nature, as, for the most part, are their activities. They are not regular police, gendarme, or military forces. Rather, they represent a subset of a broader category of force that includes paramilitaries, u...

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History Faculty
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DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford
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2016-11-01

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