The French North African Crisis: Colonial Breakdown and Anglo-French Relations, 1945–62
Springer, 8 בספט׳ 2000 - 287 עמודים
The French North African Crisis analyses the postwar breakdown in French imperial rule in North West Africa, concentrating primarily upon the Algerian war of independence. The book highlights the human tragedy involved and the divisive consequences within French metropolitan politics of intractable colonial conflict. It further examines how far the protracted crisis of colonial control in North Africa shaped French foreign and security policy and this impacted upon Anglo-French relations, the western alliance and the wider process of decolonization.
מה אומרים אנשים - כתיבת ביקורת
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British and American Concerns 195056
British Responses 195458
the Algerian War Extended and the Suez Intervention
5 France Undermined? French International Power and the Algerian War 195458
6 The Algerian Conflict a Cold War Front Line?
7 Britain de Gaulle and Algeria 195862
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administration affairs African dept AlgeÂrie Algeria Algerian conflict Algerian war Algiers Anglo-French April Arab League arms army August Baghdad Pact Bidault Bourguiba Britain British Cabinet Cairo command communist crisis Cyprus December DEFE defence Dulles economic Egypt Egyptian Eisenhower Etats-Unis European February FLN's Foreign Office France's francËaise French colonial French government French military French North Africa French policy Gaulle Gaulle's Gaullist Georges Bidault Guerre d'AlgeÂrie imperial Indo-China Istiqlal January Jebb July June l'AlgeÂrie Lacoste leaders Libya Macmillan Maghreb March memo MendeÁs France Middle East Middle Eastern Minister Ministry Mollet Moroccan Moroccan and Tunisian Morocco Morocco and Tunisia Muslim NARA Nasser nationalist NATO NeÂo-Destour negotiations November nuclear October organisation Paris Party Pineau plans political politique PREM Quai d'Orsay Rabat rebellion reform Revue September settler SHAT Soviet strategic Suez Suez crisis tion troops Tunis Tunisian VaõÈsse Viet Minh western