Talk:History of Algeria
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This article is not credible
The number of muslim deaths during independance war is nosense.
The french army losed 23 000 deaths. It was war. You write more than 1 millions for muslims !!! How can it be !!! There was no concentration camp if I remember well. But civils in the french army (soldat du contingent). No way to lay a lot to journalists in fact. And you should precise the number of deaths because of conflict between muslims. It is more than 100 000. If it wasn't about war and deaths, I would have laugh a lot.
Sorry but completely dismaying ! --22.214.171.124 16:37, 11 December 2006 (UTC)
This article needs reorganization
The structure of this article is very confusing. We should reorganize it into a straightforward Wikipedia article, with each historical period given a short summary and a main article. Now, there's some sort of parallell order of summaries (historical setting plus chapters of the series. I will do this if and when I have time, but anyone who feels like it would be welcome to begin. Arre 05:16, 14 February 2006 (UTC)
Ţia i s my name and i got it going on
I fixed, then commented out, this link on the page because it seemed unrelevant:
- "Blue Spader 26th Infantry 1st Division Website - Blue Spader Library". The March of the 26th Infantry: Spader Parader. Santa Clara, CA: 26th Infantry Regiment Association. Retrieved 3 December 2010. "Wounded in the attack on Hill 609 at El Guettar the following month, Captain Kellett wrote THE BIG RED ONE while hospitalized at Constantine, Algeria."