March 1962
New Yorker;3/31/1962, Vol. 38 Issue 6, p115
The article focuses on the events after the announcement of ceasefire on Algerian war in March 1962. French President Charles de Gaulle made angry comments on certain former Army elements which he called as "misguided chiefs and criminal adventurers," during a television speech. After de Gaulle's speech, Premier Benyoussef Ben Khedda, of the Government Provisoire de la République Algérienne ordered ceasefire and announced the successful conclusion of the Evian conference.


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