A concise history of political violence in Algeria, 1954-2000: brothers in faith, enemies in arms
This study investigates the impact of historical and political violence on war and post-war eras, and further diagnoses the unsolved crisis vis-a-vis other dynamic forces in Algerian society. It also fully examines Islamic trends and roles as well as their changing patterns during the war of independence. It explores strategy and guerrilla tactics on the Algerian battlefield, and how conventional armed forces and special units are responding.
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CHRONOLOGY OF EVENTS
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