2 edition of passing of French Algeria found in the catalog.
passing of French Algeria
Gordon, David C.
Bibliography: p. -256.
|Statement||[by] David C. Gordon.|
|LC Classifications||DT295 .G58 1966|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||265|
|LC Control Number||66002149|
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Price New from Author: David Gordon. Well written account of how a group of European settlers in Algeria joined forces with Army officers and French Nationalists to form the OAS and prevent the fall of French Algeria. This book is a history of the OAS and therefore does not concentrate on the experience of the moslem population, many of whom fought on the side of the French/5(14).
Assimilation: the centenary of French Algeria --The abandoned chance --The Algerian Revolution --Birth of a nation: The man ; The ideals --Attempts to consolidate the Revolution --The Revolution and identity --The Revolution and culture --The death of a community --The Revolution and France --Conclusion: France and Algeria.
A detailed account of the fast year in the eight-year Algerian war for independence, this is essentially the stow of the notorious OAS and its fanatical last-ditch resistance on behalf of ""Algerie francaise."" The Algerian National Liberation Front (FLN) and the Algerian cause take a background role here; the real struggle is between the OAS command (and die-hard pieds heirs supporters) and.
This books covers the crises in French Algeria roughly a year before independence from France. It goes into great detail about the OAS, DeGaulle, and Pied Noirs french citizens who familes had live most, if not all of their lives in Algeria and sought to stay with France(who, in /5.
L’Étranger is a novel by French author Albert Camus. Its theme and outlook are often cited as examples of Camus's philosophy of the absurd and existentialism, though Camus personally rejected the latter label. The title character is Meursault, an indifferent French Algerian described as "a citizen Author: Albert Camus.
Khadra’s novel of a young Arab boy growing up in 20th-century French Algeria is an epic tale of family, love and war. The narrator, Younes, is the son of a poor Arab farmer who loses his land and, in search of work, drags the family to a slum in the city of : Pushpinder Khaneka.
Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Wolves in the city: the death of French Algeria Wolves in the city: the death of French Algeria Paul Henissart Snippet view - /5(1). Zohra Drif Bitat (Arabic: زهرة ظريف بيطاط, born 28 December ) is a retired Algerian lawyer, moudjahid (a militant of the Algerian War of Independence), and the vice-president of the Council of the Nation, the upper house of the Algerian Parliament.
Drif was born in Tissemselt, Algeria, part of the state of Tiaret, where her grandfather was an imam and her father served as a Alma mater: University of Algiers.
The fascist ‘plague’ that inspired the novel may have gone, but 55 years after his death, many other varieties of pestilence keep this book urgently relevantAuthor: Ed Vulliamy. Sixty years after the French Nobel laureate Albert Camus died in a car crash at the age of 46, a new book is arguing that he was assassinated.
Algerian Muslims served as tirailleurs (such regiments were created as early as ) and spahis; and French settlers as Zouaves or Chasseurs d'Afrique. With Wilson 's proclamation of the Fourteen Points, the fifth reading: "A free, open-minded, and absolutely impartial adjustment of all colonial claims, Location: Algeria.
This is a great book about one of the bloodiest conflicts of the twentieth century, the war in Algeria from Algeria in North Africa was invaded by France and later became an integral part of France, with representation in the National Assembly.
Algerians - both indigenous and the European settlers - were considered French citizens/5. First Printing. pages. Hardcover with dustjacket.
Good condition. AFRICA. Tells, for the first time, the little-known story of the Barbouzes - the French secret police agents sent to Algiers to fight terrorism. Includes an Index. (Key Words: Africa, Algeria, Algerian War, Barbouzes, OAS, Generals, Charales DeGaulle, FLN, ALN, "Le Monde").
book. The FLN took the long view of the war as a continuation of a long struggle against "Christian" Europe. Marxism empowered the non-existent Algerian people to think in terms of a war of national liberation.
But Algeria was an artificial construct of the occupying French. It's people were not Algerian but European, Arab or Kabyle (Berber)/5(). Books shelved as algerian-war: A Savage War of Peace: Algeria, by Alistair Horne, The Stranger by Albert Camus, Decolonizing Christianity: Reli.
Albert Camus was born on November 7,in Mondovi, now Drean, a town near Algeria's northeast coast. (Hulton-Deutsch Collection / Corbis) The Hotel El-Djazair, formerly known as the Hotel Author: Joshua Hammer.
Despite that, A Savage War of Peace maintains a reasonable level of objectivity in relating the happenings of a war rarely described in neutral terms. For example, I say "a war," even though I was informed by a French colleague yesterday that many French historians prefer to avoid that word, choosing instead to refer to "the events" in Algeria/5().
Camus’s French-Algerian hero, sentenced to execution for the murder of an Arab, descends into a bloodless interrogation of life in the face of death. (The book was first published in Algeria Author: Elisabeth Zerofsky. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
My library. Yet although artifice is effective, it sits uncomfortably with reality. Inthe Irish politician and academic Conor Cruise O'Brien wrote that the trial is "a myth, the myth of French Algeria.InFrance issued a 3 year blockade of Algiers as a result of the "fly whisk incident." Dey Hussein was said to have hit the French Consul with a fly whisk three times in the face after the French Consul failed to answer the dey's questions regarding France's outstanding debt to Algeria.
The French took offense at this action and set out.