Here are entered works on non-nuclear operations ranging from terrorism and small wars to revolutions and counterrevolutions, which require limited military, paramilitary, or mixed political-economic-military responses that are short of national mobilization and that often occur in conjunction with host regimes and third countries.
Here are entered works on the strategic and tactical employment of land or sea-based forces of a country at the time its maritime interests are threatened, so as to gain or exploit control of the sea or deny its use to the enemy. Works on long term questions of naval strength, including weapons, installations, national resources, etc., allowing a country to maintain control of the sea and the air space above are entered under Sea-power.
Here are entered general works dealing with methods used to undermine the morale of the civilian population and the military forces of an enemy country. --subdivision Psychological aspects under names of wars, e.g. World War, 1939-1945--Psychological aspects