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Algeria: Vieux Turbans and Algerian National Identity

Where did the Algerian Revolution, or perhaps more importantly, the Algerian national movement come from? It is often debated, mainly among Algerian nationalists and others that the movement arose as soon as the French landed ashore in Algiers, that the Revolution was a continuous process from Abdel Qadir and Ahmed Bey right up to the F.L.N. This contention is however, not true, Nouri Lumendifi said.

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