Rebellion, Revolution, and Armed Force: A Comparative Study of Fifteen Countries with Special Emphasis on Cuba and South Africa examines the role of armed forces in rebellion. This book raises and discusses the general question relating to oppression. Organized into eight chapters, this book begins with an overview of relevant literature on rebellion and revolution. This text then discusses the concept of rebellion and considers its relationship to revolution. Other chapters critically evaluate the literature on revolution and rebellion. This book discusses as well the methods used for selecting the seven cases of successful and seven cases of unsuccessful rebellion based on data sources. The final chapter summarizes and examines each of the unsuccessful cases of rebellion in Austria, Cuba, Colombia, Italy, Honduras, Spain, and Burma. This book is a valuable resource for historians, sociologists, teachers, researchers, and students.
Preface Credits Introduction Chapter 1 The Ancien Regime, Its Armed Forces, and the Outcome of Rebellion: The Wisdom of the Past Chapter 2 Oppression and Rebellion: A Comparison of Cub and South Africa Chapter 3 South Africa's Missing Rebellion: A Search for Explanations Chapter 4 Rebellion and Revolution: Conceptual Clarifications Chapter 5 Method: The Whys and Wherefores of an Empirical Study Chapter 6 Analysis, Conclusions, and Implications Chapter 7 Successful Rebellions and the Behavior of the Armed Forces1. Afghanistan — The Successful Rebellion of 1929 2. Albania — The Successful Rebellion of 1924 3. Bolivia — The Successful Rebellion of 1952 4. Brazil — The Successful Rebellion of 1930 5. China — The Successful Rebellion of 1949 6. Cuba — The Successful Rebellion of 1959 7. Mexico — The Successful Rebellion of 1911
Chapter 8 Unsuccessful Rebellions and the Behavior of the Armed Forces8. Austria — The Unsuccessful Rebellion of 1934 9. Burma — The Unsuccessful Rebellion of 1953 10. Colombia — The Unsuccessful Rebellion of 1948 11. Cuba — The Unsuccessful Rebellion of 1912 12. Honduras — The Unsuccessful Rebellion of 1933 13. Italy — The Unsuccessful Rebellion of 1914 14. Spain — The Unsuccessful Rebellion of 1934
Appendix I Operationalizing the Definition of Mass Rebellion Appendix II Diagrams of Case Selection Procedure Appendix III Assessments of Scale of Rebellions Sampled1. Afghanistan (1929) 2. Albania (1924) 3. Bolivia (1952) 4. Brazil (1930) 5. China (1927-1949) 6. Cuba (1953-1959) 7. Mexico (1910-1911) 8. Austria (1934) 9. Burma (1948-1953) 10. Colombia (1948) 11. Cuba (1912) 12. Honduras (1933) 13. Italy (1914) 14. Spain (1934)
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