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In the Russian revolution the Bolsheviks (communists) overthrew the provisional government.

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well, they use many tactics during this war, an example of a tactic they used was to under tunnels and ambushed government/south Vietnam soldiers

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What is communist inferior tactics?

Communist inferior tactics refers to underhanded comments or behaviors. This saying has come from communists and is used to describe sneaky behaviors.


What tactics were used by the superpowers during the Cold War to influence Third World nations?

The union with allied countries.


How did communist vietnam dominate parts of southeast asia after the vietnam war?

The communist Vietnamese controlled parts of South East Asia through direct application of military force. They used insurgency tactics to undermine Laos and the Khmer Rouge took over in a military rebellion. The communists from the north murdered over 300,000 people and cause nearly a million to flee south Vietnam as boat people. The Khmer Rouge killed 3 million people to gain control. The communist Vietnamese then attacked the Khmer rouge and gained control of that country. It should be known that the communist killed more people after the war during the peace forged by the American Democratic Party than all the soldiers that died in the war. Most of the Viet Gong (southern communist working for the north) that survived the war was killed by the north after it. Just a Stalin killed most of the partisans that fought the Nazi behind the line. The socialist philosophy is that if you are disloyal to your country even if helps them then the communist will kill you. It also might be noted here that in the 15 years of the Vietnam war 1960-1975, the northern communist won only the battle in Saigon in 1975. And only after the DNC in Congress cut their gas and ammunition.


What is the difference between war and terrorism?

War is the fighting of nations in an armed conflict, usually over territory or resources. War can also be the liberation of a nation under the control of a dictator by multiple other nations. Terrorism is the use of scare tactics to get a point a cross. While war usually has rules of conflict, such as the treatment of prisoners, terrorist do not follow the same rules, and often target civilians to put fear into the populace. They are usually a rebel force and are usually small in size.


What tactics did the superpowers use during the cold war to influence third world nations?

1. agreed to hold free elections in Poland. USSR to declare war on Japan within 90 days of the defeat of Germany. Germany to be demilitarized and degasified. German war criminals to be put on trial. 2. The name "United Nations", coined by United States President Franklin D. Roosevelt was first used in the Declaration by United Nations of 1 January 1942, during the Second World War, when representatives of 26 nations pledged their Governments to continue fighting together against the Axis Powers. 3. What basically caused tensions between the US and the USSR After World War II was Joseph Stalin's view that the world is divided into two camps: imperialist and capitalist regimes on the one hand, and the Communist and progressive world on the other. 4. The principle, first expressed in 1947 by US President Truman, that the US should give support to countries or peoples threatened. 5. At the beginning (1949), it was meant to stop communism from spreading into war-torn Western Europe. It was an anti-Soviet/communism organization.

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What is communist inferior tactics?

Communist inferior tactics refers to underhanded comments or behaviors. This saying has come from communists and is used to describe sneaky behaviors.


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How did the khumer rouge kill people?

Pro-communist rebels, and similar rebellion factions, used similar tactics, as their Viet Cong neighbors in South Vietnam, e.g. hit and run guerrilla tactics, land mines, etc.


What tactics were used by the superpowers during the Cold War to influence Third World nations?

The union with allied countries.


What were Stalin's tactics and methods for achieving his goals?

Stalin had a great many tactics and methods for achieving his goals. Stalin would use control and manipulation for example.


What has the author Hsi-cheng Wang written?

Hsi-cheng Wang has written: 'Chinese Communist foreign policy and its tactics' -- subject(s): Foreign relations


What has the author D A Ivanov written?

D. A. Ivanov has written: 'Fundamentals of tactical command and control' -- subject(s): Tactics, Command and control systems


What were the tactics used by the superpowers during the Cold War to influence Third World nations?

They provided funding for revolutions. USSR's goal was to turn more nations communism, and they tried to advantage of the 3rd world to do so.