I spent nearly £30 on hooks yesterday, two about special forces actions, one about the Arab-Israeli conflict and the role of the IDF in counter- insurgency operations and the last one was about the SADF parachute operation in Angola.
These books are quite interesting. The first two show that up until 2010. UK and US special forces haven’t learnt much about from other countries experiences of conducting low intensity warfare against indigenous populations.
I’ve recently read a load of books about the 15 odd years that the Rhodesian military operated a low intensity war. With only a few thousand troops in a pretty big country.