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Can you name the FS5 - Total War: Targeting Civilians?

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There is a ... weighting of our own vs another political ...'s lives
It becomes a ... debate about whether we should ... more
Campaigns of which war were infamous for civilian bombing?
What was the name of the program carried out by the CIA in Vietnam?
It targeted both ... leadership and civilians with ...
It involved ... up, ... and ... civilians
France imposed a policy of ... ... in Algeria
This meant the ... bombing of villages cooperating with ...
It was meant to ... other villages from ...
British '...' were a ... tactic in Kenya
It was a system of mass ... and concentration camps for ... people
'... ...' rounded up civilians before a ... and possibly to a camp
Types of civilian targeting: 1. ex.. ex...
2. m...
3. n... in concentration camps or rel... or forced 'v...'
Aerial or artillery bombardment of ... areas
Economic ... and ... in peace and wartime
Civilian targeting must have ... consequences
in other words, they are systematically ... in their effects
The common wisdom is that civilian targeting is ...
1. it violates the ... of ... war
2. It creates disincentives for ...
3. It often punishes civilian ... such as in ... war situations
4. It can be a ... mechanism for rivals
5. Civilians are unable to ... policy makers
If civilian targeting is both ... disagreeable and ... why is it used?
... type? But used just as much by ...
Perceptions of ... identity - ability to disregard '...' warfare
Specific ... culture within militaries
One answer is the logic of ...
Belligerents in wars of ... become desperate
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As costs become ..., do whatever to reduce own ...
Increasingly likely to take desperate ... for victory
Two ways in which civilian targeting could work: ... and ...
The first is ... to try and ... enemy civilians to ...
The second means ...ing the enemy's military ...
Such as killing ... or ...ing them from assisting
Another answer is the logic of ... ...
When ...ing territory, ... civilians pose a threat
There are ... to eliminate '... ...'
Also, ... ... solidifies claim to territory and reduces incentives for ...
Who laid out these two logics?
Inter-war period: what air doctrine did the UK follow
Because: 1. bombing ... civilians and causes severe ...
2. Citizens then ... government to ... war aims
3. Doctrine based on fear of ... doing this
USA followed ... ... ...
Because: 1. war ... economy to ... production
2. ... bombing of key industrial '...' causes critical ...
Germany followed ... ... ...
Because: 1. didn't have an ... ... force
2. It would ... frontline enemy forces
3. formed an integral part of ...
Phase 1 of the Battle of Britain was ...
Principal objective: destruction of ... ...
Tactic: attacking ... and ... to draw RAF into the air
Explicit instructions to ... civilian casualties
Outcome: heavy ... losses
Phase 2 was ...
Principal objective: gain air ... for Operation ... ...
Tactic: destruction of air ..., ... stations, RAF ...
At first ... was explicitly off-limits
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Outcome: ... opening for Luftwaffe, then ... of losses then final ... of Germans
Phase 3 was ...
Sea Lion was ...
Switch to ... raids targeting ...
Goal to ... government to sue for peace
How many British casualties?
Blitz lifted because Luftwaffe needed for what?
It completely failed to ... morale, even had ... effect
British tactics included ... bombing, ... targets, ... raids
American tactics: ... bombing, '... targets', ... altitude daylight raids
How many German civilians were killed?
25,000 killed in firebombing of ...
... air superiority eventually won
... of war materials and ... to air defence
Destruction of ... industry and some ... production
In bombing Japan, early American tactics achieved ... results
... altitude, ... bombing against ... and ... material infrastructure
Then switched to ...
What became the objective?
And destruction of ... industrial infrastructure
The tactic was ... attacks with ...
There was no .. in using atomic weapons
it was seen as ... of existing ... bombing
How many estimated dead from Hiroshima?
Possibly another 50,000 from ... ...
Nagasaki: ... immediate deaths and further ...
Would Japan have surrendered without ... ?
How many would have died in the ... period?
Weighing of lives of ... ... and ... ...
Was it just for the US to demand ... ...?
Downes concludes that which logic is a more likely cause?

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