Algeria—Uncertain Peace

Daniel, Jean
March 1962
New Republic;3/19/62, Vol. 146 Issue 12, p14
Argues that the prospect of a lasting peace in Algeria would depend on the reconciliation between the Algerian National Liberation Front and the government of French President Charles de Gaulle. Difference between the wars in Indochina and Algeria; Reference to the book "The Secret Documents on Algeria," by Claude Paillat; Response of the French public to de Gaulle's call for peace in Algeria.


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