War and Memory in the Twentieth Century

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5.
Dine ( 1994). For a general assessment of the memory of the Algerian war within France see Stora ( 1992). See also Evans ( 1997).
6.
On the role of ex-servicemen's organizations and the Algerian war see Liauzu ( 1990).
7.
The FNACA saw themselves as the third generation because the Algerian war had involved conscripts. In contrast the Indo-China conflict was restricted to professional soldiers and volunteers.
8.
On this point see Rouyard ( 1990).
9.
FNACA ( 1987). For testimonies of conscripts see also Vittori ( 1977).
10.
FNACA ( 1987), p. 776.
11.
Sigg ( 1989). The book also contains a summary of the report on the psychological disorders suffered by conscripts commissioned by the FNACA.
12.
See also the book based on the film, Rotman and Tavernier ( 1992).
13.
On this see Frodon ( 1992) and Chalandon ( 1992).
14.
Interview with Georges Mattéi, 17 July 1995, Paris.
15.
A further reason why the Grenoble region was chosen was because it was the site of a large-scale anti-war protest, opposing the recall of reservists to fight in Algeria, on 18 May 1956.
16.
The experience of girlfriends, wives and mothers surfaces twice in the film. Once with Puygrenier and his wife, and then again when Tavernier traces the impact of the death of one conscript, Henri Giraud, on his immediate family.

Bibliography

Chalandon Sorj ( 1992), "'Algerie: la memoire des soldats du rang'", Liberation, 19 February, pp. 22-3.

Dine Philip ( 1994), Images of the Algerian War: French Fiction and Film, 1954-1962, Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Evans Martin ( 1997), The Memory of Resistance: French Opposition to the Algerian War, 1954-1962, Oxford: Berg.

FNACA ( 1987), Enfin ils parlent. Temoignages 1952-1962, Paris: FNACA.

Frodon Jean-Michel ( 1962), 'La guerre sans nom, un film de Bertrand Tavernier et Patrick Rotman: le voyage dans la memoire', Le Monde, 20 February, pp. 25-6.

Labro Philippe ( 1982), Deuxfeux mal eteint, Paris: Gallimard.

Liauzu Claude ( 1990), "'Le contingent entre silence et discours ancien combattant'", in Jean-Pierre Rioux (ed.), La Guerre d'Algérie et les français, Paris: Fayard.

Mattéi Georges ( 1982), La Guerre des guesses, Paris: Balland.

Rioux Jean-Pierre ( 1990), "'La flamme et les buchers'", in Jean-PierreRioux

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