Guerrilla war is a kind of war waged by the few but dependent on the support of many.
Helplessness induces hopelessness, and history attests that loss of hope and not loss of lives is what decides the issue of war.
Loss of hope rather than loss of life is what decides the issues of war. But helplessness induces hopelessness.
In should be the duty of every soldier to reflect on the experiences of the past, in the endeavor to discover improvements, in his particular sphere of action, which are practicable in the immediate future.
A complacent satisfaction with present knowledge is the chief bar to the pursuit of knowledge.