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Retrieved from ” https: Trinquier’s maquis contributed to the successful evacuation of the fortified airhead at Na Sanin Augustand the reoccupation of the Phong Saly and Sam Neua provinces.
He is forced to flee the Katangese capital after helping Secessionists win the first round of fighting against UNO troops. In the short run these tactics resulted in a decisive victory in the Battle of Algiers.
Roger Trinquier was born on 20 March in La Beaumea small village in the Hautes-Alpes department, to a peasant family. He was then hired by Moise Tshombethe leader of the State of Katanga rebellion in Congo, to train his forces.
He was critical of the traditional army’s inability to adapt to this new kind of warfare.
He then took command of a French outpost at Chi Ma on the Chinese border. Returning from Congo, when staying in Athenshe learned of the failed Algiers putsch against de Gaulle, after which he asked to be retired from the reserve as well. He became a member of the gguerre for public safety formed by Generals Massu and Salan during the May crisiswhich brought Charles de Gaulle back to power; Trinquier resigned from the committee on 11 June and returned to his regiment.
He now joined the colonial infantry. Perhaps his most original contribution was his study and application of terrorism and torture as it related to this Modern Warfare. Unsourced material may be challenged trinquiet removed. Views Read Edit View history. Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism in Algeria, — In trrinquier longer term the debate on the tactics used, particularly torture, would re-emerge in the French press for decades to come with the trial of Paul Aussaresses.
Leading the battalion in combat in central Annam and the area around Saigon, he became aware of the inefficiency of the operations launched by the French high command and proposed to General Pierre Boyer de Latour du Moulinthe commander of the French forces in southern Vietnam, a new approach to pacifying areas with strong Viet Minh presence. This article needs additional citations for verification. In his view terrorists should be treated as soldiers, albeit with the qualification that while they may attack civilian targets and wear no uniform, they also must be tortured for the very specific purpose of betraying their organization.
After some time with the 4th Senegalese Tirailleur Regiment at Toulon, he embarked on a ship bound for Indochina on 11 May The character of Julien Boisfeuras in the novels The Centurions and The Praetorians by Jean Larteguy was ugerre to Larteguy not based on anyone, but believed by many to be at least partially lz by Trinquier and Paul Aussaresses.
He then served as second-in-command to General Massucommander of the modernw Parachute Division, during the Battle of Algierswhere he was one of the leading figures behind the creation of the DPU Dispositif de Protection Urbain.
On 26 JanuaryTrinquier asked for early retirement from the army into the reserve. Trinquier became commander of B4, one of the sub-units of the commando, recruited from the colonial infantry. Webarchive trinquiier wayback links CS1 maint: Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.
He took command of the battalion when its commander, Major Dupuis, was killed in action on 9 Septemberand was promoted to Major on 1 October. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
He arrived at Saigon in early and was assigned to Commando Ponchardier, a combined army and navy commando unit named after its commander Captain Pierre Ponchardier. Retrieved on 16 November Retrieved on 11 February This page was last edited on 14 Novemberat Retrieved on 12 February Trinquier took over the command of the GCMA in early and directed the fighting behind Viet Minh lines, creating a maquis in the Tonkinese upper region and in Laos, totaling around 30, men.
Promoted to captain he commanded a company of the French military detachment there until 3 January under circumstance that had until become increasingly difficult during the Japanese invasion and occupation of large parts of China.
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February Learn how and when to remove this template message. He served in the French concessions in Chinafirst in Tianjinthen Beijing and finally Shanghai trinqiier Januarywhile stationed there he also learned Chinese. He studied at a one-room village school in his home village untilwhen he entered the Ecole Normale of Aix-en-Provence. Trinquier returned to France in Januarybeing promoted to Lieutenant Colonel and assigned to the trniquier of General Gillescommander of the airborne troops.
Trinquier only stayed a few weeks in Congo before being thrown out by the United Nations. See Chapter 4 of Modern Warfare. In retirement he devoted himself to viniculture and writing about his career and experiences. Trinquier’s troops occupied the terrain and laid ambushes against the Viet Minh gueerre night instead of the normal policy of taking a few positions, where refuge could be taken at night and then reopening the roads in the morning. He took part, as second-in-command, in operations in Cambodia and on the Plain of Reeds in southern Vietnam.
He returned to France in the summer ofcharged with the responsibility of recruiting trinquirr training volunteers for a colonial parachute battalion that was being formed for combat in Indochina against the Viet Minh.
He was also a counter-insurgency theorist, mainly with his book Modern Warfare. On 12 Decemberafter thirty airborne operations and numerous ground operations, Trinquier and the battalion embarked on Pasteur, a French transport ship, and returned to France.
He argued that it was immoral to treat terrorists as criminals, and to hold them criminally liable for guere acts. These tactics included the use of small and mobile commando teams, torture, the setting-up of self-defense forces recruited in the local population, and their forced relocation in camps, as well as psychological and modwrne operations.