Penetration: Tammita-Delgoda’s Essays on Eelam War IV


Tammita-Delgoda, S. 2009 “The Casualties of Sri Lanka’s Brutal Civil War,” 16 April 2009,

Tammita-Delgoda, S. 2009 “Sri Lanka: The Last Phase in Eelam War IV. From Chundikulam to Pudukulam,” New Delhi: Centre for Land Warfare, Manekshaw Paper No. 13

SinhaRaja Tammita Delgoda: “Sri Lanka The Last Phase in Eelam War IV From Chundikulam to Pudumattalan,”  March 1, 2009,

SinhaRaja Tammita Delgoda:  “Martyrdom and LTTE The worship of death,”

Tammita-Delgoda, S. 2010 Review essay:  Manekshaw Paper No 22 [being a review of] Ashok Mehta’s work How Sri Lanka’s Ethnic Conflict: How Eelam War iv was Won,


Tammita-Delgoda, S. 2014a Crossing the Lines: Tamils Escapees from the Last Redoubt meet the Army,” 21 September 2014, php?post=13751&action  =edit&message=6&postpost=v2

Tammita-Delgoda, S. 2014bReading Between the Lines in April 2009: Tammita-Delgoda takes apart Marie Colvin’s jaundiced propaganda article in British newspaper,” 26 September 2014,

Tammita-Delgoda, S. 2017 “Tiger Martyrdom: Architectural ‘Marks’ as the SL Army captured LTTE Terrain,” 30 April 2017,

Tammita-Delgoda, S. 2018 Life and Death for SL Army Infantrymen on the Vanni Battlefront,” 19 June 2018,

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