What types of irregular warfare challenges is the United States likely to face in the future?
What strategies are best suited to deal with future challenges?
What are existing examples or models to support these strategies and effectively manage irregular warfare challenges?
Primary resources provide firsthand evidence of historical events. They are generally unpublished materials such as manuscripts, photographs, maps, artifacts, audio and video recordings, oral histories, postcards, and posters. In some instances, published materials can also be viewed as primary materials for the period in which they were written.
In contrast, secondary materials, such as textbooks, synthesize and interpret primary materials.
- As defined by the UCLS Institute on Primary Sources
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