Anyone know any good books about revolution? (1 Viewer)

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Dec 15, 2011
sun tzu

che' little book, think the title is "on guerilla warfare"

clautzwitz, not as much guerilla type stuff but well worth reading.

liddel hart

anything by T E lawrence more commonly known as lawrence of arabia

chesty pullers book which contains very detailed descriptions of fighting rebels and revolutionaries in central america and haiti in the 1920's


Oct 28, 2012
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An army survival manual is always good.

As mentioned before, Che's "Guerrilla Warfare".

The "50 Dollar and Up Underground House Book".

The most current Ranger survival manual.

"Shelters, Shacks, and Shanties".

"Special Forces Handbook."

Lastly, the book any revolutionary should have memorized (I'm going to do so in a bit) "Total Resistance".


Feb 25, 2013
I'm surprised to be the 1st one recommending these

>101 Things To Do Till the Revolution by Claire Wolfe
>Secret Freedom Fighter by Jefferson Mack
>The Safehouse by Jefferson Mack

I could literally do this all day.

Nice. Here's that link.


Feb 29, 2012
Houston, United States
nope , not a big reader, but i do have c.s. lewis's mere christianity. pretty good i read a couple of pages a day or every other day, short read but i cant keep my nose in a book that long, after 20 mins ive gotta go. its a good book talks about greed andprejudice and human nature, preist gave it to me , iwas checking out some books at the church this one was what i had been thinking and writing about anyway so..


Oct 16, 2011
mountain of WA
does anyone remamber a wile back their was a useful thread with tons of pdf with miltary head books and gardening and monkey wrenchy stuff that had a lot of good stuff. if you could send that to me that would be awesome thanks.

rif raph

Feb 27, 2013
Direct Action (memoirs of an urban guerrilla) by Ann Hanson

Was a pretty captivating read I thought. If you know or have heard anything about the squamish 5, I would consider taking gander at this book.

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