August 1933

The Tactics and Technique of Small Wars

Volume 18, Issue 2


Before considering the subject of Intelligence in each of the phases into which, as we have seen in Part I*, Small Wars are divided, it might be well to refresh our minds briefly on the subject of Military Intelligence in general.

"Military Intelligence, in a broad sense, comprises the most complete and authentic information of a possible, potential or actual enemy or theater of operations that can be obtained and the strategical or tactical conclusions reached by a critical analysis of that information."

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