Unsettled States, Disputed Lands: Britain and Ireland, France and Algeria, Israel and the West Bank-Gaza

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Index
Abbas, Ferhat, 101, 131, 133, 135, 338- 39
Africa, 1-2, 106, 133, 441-43
African National Congress ( ANC), 442
Ageron, Charles-Robert, 118-19
Albertini, Rudolph von, 114
Algeria, 81, 90; centenary celebration in, 84; comparable episodes of state- building/contraction and, 46-50; Constantine plan for economic development of, 137, 274, 323; de Gaulle during World War II and, 87-88; Generals' Revolt in, 287-95; land reform in, 340; Moqrani Rebellion in ( 1870-71) 130; nationalism in, 130- 32, 339-41, 434; Organic Statue of 1947 for, 102-3, 105, 242.; Phillippe- ville Massacre in, 134-35; Sétif attack in, 89-90, 109, 131, 338; torture used by French army in, 138-39, 254, 320; viniculture in, 108-9; World War II and status of, 82. See also Algérie française
Algerian Revolution, 110-111, 240; aftermath of, 295-301; antiregime plots against Fourth Republic and, 258-65; army-settler-Gaullist takeover and, 257- 58, 265-70; Barricades Rebellion and, 277-86; de Gaulle's rise to power and, 270-75; Fourth Republic collapse and, 251-58, 407; Generals' Revolt in Algeria and, 287-95; self-determination for Algeria and, 275-77; special powers given to deal with, 114-16; wars of position and, 130-39
Algérie française, 134-35, 176; Algerian Revolution's aftermath and, 295-301; antiregime plots against Fourth Republic and, 258-65; army-settler- Gaullist takeover and, 257-58, 265-70; Barricades Rebellion and, 277-86; decomposition/realignment and pedagogy to change, 315-25; de Gaulle's rise to power and, 270-75; failure of, 149-60; Fourth Republic collapse and, 252-58; Generals' Revolt in Algeria and, 287-95; incumbent-level factors in debate over, 241-52; Mollet's adherence to, 407; resources not given to, 179; self-determination policy of de Gaulle and, 275-77
Allon Plan, 423-24
Almond, Gabriel, 304, 450
Aloni, Shulamit, 413-14
Anglo-Irish agreement of 1985, 1
Anglo-Irish War ( 1919-21), 226-37, 329-30
Arab negotiation overtures, 362-63, 366
Argoud, Antoine, 178, 280, 292
Army of France, 135, 344; antiregime plots from, 259-63; army-settler-Gaullist takeover and, 257-58, 265-70; Barricades Rebellion and, 277-86; de Gaulle's attention focused on, 274-76, 324, 431; Generals' Revolt in Algeria and, 287-95; Pflimlin government and, 258; reservists and draftees in, 137-38

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