Rozpoznanie wojsk przeciwnika na potrzeby działań psychologicznych
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Recognising the Enemy Troops for Psychological Actions Needs
Psychological actions directed against troops and population during a military conflict are very important for the process of combat preparing and conducting. Psychological state of people participating in combat and those who are in a close or distant area of operation depends on many factors of both subjective character and non-man depending. Also the efficiency and effectiveness of psychological actions depend on various factors, the main tasks include recognising the enemy, gaining and collecting current and true information on the potential enemy’s soldiers and population concerning social, demographic and cultural aspects. The author proves that these statements are true by, on the one hand, presenting modern American opinions on the role of reconnaissance in psychological operations, on the other hand, by a certain historical reflection on the Russian Army experiences in this area during the Second World War. The main body of the article presents the concept of social-demographic and cultural reconnaissance for the Polish Armed Forces psychological operations needs.