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Two books on 17 October 1961
Presentation of Le 17 October 1961 by the then texts, by Sortir du colonialism, preface by Gilles Manceron, postface by Henri Pouillot, Paris, Les Petits-Matins, 2011, 127 p. ISNBN: 978-2-915879-97-1 presentation by the publisher On Tuesday 17 October 1961, in the midst of the Algerian war, Algerian...
Erosion of Algerian taboos: Another explanation of the transformation of military organisations in France
The theory of adaptation, which is dominant in academic and strategic circles, explains the transformation of military organisations solely on the basis of the upheavals in the international environment since the end of the Cold War, maintaining a deterministic, functionalist and disguised vision of...
Qu’un sang impur…
En 1992, j’ai eu le privilège de coordonner, pour l’Institut du Monde arabe, le premier catalogue recensant les films français et algériens ayant pour thème la guerre d’Algérie. Aux côtés des analyses d’Ahmed Bedjaoui et de Christian Bosséno, mon texte d’introduction pointait une absence, sinon une...
“I am happy to tell you, because I have never been asked to do so”. Armeniographies of conscripts in Algeria
There are testimonies of the Algerian war seen and experienced by the contingent soldiers: novels, memories, films, photographic reports, comic strips. Are these various documents self-explanatory or not? In most cases, they are not in the strict sense [...]. Moreover, it is likely that they will ha...
The construction of a legalistic facade in a repressive context: The communist anti-colonial action during the Algerian conflict
This article analyses how part of the communist leadership group is gradually building, during the Algerian war, a legalistic facade designed to avoid repression, integrate the political field and preserve an electorate favourable to French Algeria. It is therefore necessary to emphasise the procedu...
Pierre Bourdieu et l’Algérie : Le savant et la politique
International audience Based on the ethno-sociological studies conducted by Pierre Bourdieu between the late 1950s and the early sixties on war-driven Algeria, this article analyses critically the notion, widely held by both the media and academia, that Pierre Bourdieu's public interventions on the...
The Algerian War (1954-1962)
'pbEn France, the law of 16 October 1999 had to wait for the expression ‘war of Algeria’ to be officially recognised. From 1954 to 1962, the euphemism ‘policing operations’ made it possible not to recognise the status of belligerent to those that the State regarded as ‘rebels’, ‘terrorists’...’/p’pb...
Raphaëlle Branche, Torture and the Army during the Algerian War (1954-1962)
This book by Raphaëlle Branche, such as Sylvie Thénault, came from a doctoral thesis of history supported in December 2000, at a specific time when there was widespread controversy over the practice of torture during the Algerian War. A debate relaunched by the twelve intellectuals calling on the St...
Arles selon... Jean-Pierre Autheman
Jean-Pierre AUTHEMAN Né in 1946 Dessinator and scriptwriter of comic strips, author in particular of the Condor and Vic Valencia series, Jean-Pierre Autheman is Arlesian. Some of his stories take place in and around Arles. Arlesian (Southern Act, 1992), a story of a former Algerian war deserter retu...
68, a collective story (1962-1981)
May 68 remains one of the moments of French contemporary history that sparks the most lively debates: the ‘68s’ disturbs as much as they are fascinating. However, they are still largely unknown — especially as the famous month of May, the Latin-Quartier barricades and the occupation of Sorbonne are...
Albert Memmi. Portraits
Crédits : CNRS Éditions En 1957, en pleine guerre d’Algérie, paraissait Portrait du colonisé, précédé d’un Portrait du colonisateur. Traduit en une vingtaine de langues, cet ouvrage – plus explicatif que ceux de Césaire, moins violent que ceux de Sartre, moins tourmenté que ceux de Fanon et d’un gen...
When Algerian conscripts met
The Algerian war was the most recent conflict in which the French state had engaged Contingent constingent. In total, three hundred thousand young men from all social backgrounds and regions of France had to warn other men who had chosen independence for their country. Only ten years after the end o...
I — The archives of the Fresnes penitentiary — 30 January 2019
The archives of the Val de Marne organise a day of study around the archives of the Fresnes prison on the occasion of the finalisation of the methodical research instrument for this fund. By comparing the views of producers, archivists, historians and genealogists, the diversity of areas and periods...
Strategic studies in France During the 5th Republic : the Structuration of a Disciplinary Field in the Service of a Policy
There has been a dynamic of contraries in the French State’s policies when it comes to promoting strategic studies : while its officials often seem willing to see it flourish, they no less often give the impression that they are unsure of how to achieve that end – or worse, reluctant at times to gra...
The state of emergency (1955-2005). From colonial Algeria to contemporary France: fate of a law
This article examines the creation and use of the state of emergency law between 1955 and 2005. This law bears the mark of the Algerian war, during which it was drafted and amended. In the end, it presented itself as the equivalent of a state of siege circumventing the army. The state of emergency w...
Foreigners’ camps: foreign bodies?
can we establish a link between the hypermediatised camps in Sangatte or Lampedusa, the accommodation camps for the Algerian harkis of the 1960s, and those of IndoChinese workers at the end of the Second World War? It is the hypothesis that Marc Bernardot, Professor of Sociology at the University of...
“Love this blood that I cannot see”. Images of the Algerian war in albums and documentaries for young people
contrarily to other conflicts, the Algerian war is still very little present in books intended for young people. The authors of albums may allude to it in the text, but the illustrators focus their images on a stereotypical universe or out of time and space, favouring the calming of generations and...
Les écrivains issus de l’immigration face à la guerre d’Algérie : quelle mémoire pour quelles victimes ?
What are the traces left by the war of Algeria in narratives written by second-generation immigrant authors? Such is the main question raised by this article. However, far from only listing the different modes of inscription of the war in works of various statutes (story-testimony, fiction, and auto...
Memory and war in Algeria: when (re) make-up writes the past (wall)
Interner en République : le cas de la France en guerre d’Algérie
During the Algerian War, the french government used exceptional measures against the Algerian nationalists, like, for example, internment. That is an arbitrary practise, in a dictatorship, but the republican regime is characterized by three important differences : this practise remains unusual ; the...
Resisting the war in Algeria by the then texts
Raphaëlle Branche, Torture and the Army during the Algerian War (1954-1962)
‘1000AUTRES.ORG’: giving a face to the disappeared from the ‘battle of Algiers’
The history of the Harkis
"titrebThe history of Harkis‘/titreb’- — 382: ‘RES’ --bThe opening of archives allows you to write the story of the supplementary formations that strengthened the French army during the Algerian war: Harkis, moghzanis, mobile security groups, Autodefences. Recruited with caution because of the terro...
La Guerre d’Algérie et la République Démocratique Allemande. Le rôle de l’« autre Allemagne » pendant les « événements » (1954 – 1962)