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English: Collage made by me using screenshots from two Public Domain videos. Collage description: (first row) Muslim rebels army ALN; French Army M8 Greyhound patrol; French settlers take up arms after the August 1955 Constantinois massacres. (second row) Charles de Gaulle's famous speech of June 4 1958 "je vous ai compris"; French settlers with banners saying "De Gaulles to power" in Algiers May 13 1958; Muslim veterans gathered in Algiers' Government Building in 1958. (third row) Barricades week French settlers uprising in January 1960; French settler FAF rioters throw stones to French Army M8 Greyhound armoured cars; French Army soldier use metal detector to check if muslim women wearing niqab are bomb-couriers. (fourth row) FLN muslim rebels riot in Algiers's European quarter in December 10 1960; French Army national guard Gardes Mobiles use tear gaz riot gun; FLN muslim supporters face to face with French paratroopers during the December 10 1960 protest.

First video (all screenshots except one) is "French President Charles De Gaulle and the Six-Year War" (1960) https://archive.org/details/gov.archives.arc.649319. Public Domain Algerian War documentary. National Archives and Records Administration. National Security Council. Central Intelligence Agency. (09/18/1947 - 12/04/1981). ARC Identifier 649319 / Local Identifier 263.1923. This movie is part of the collection FedFlix https://archive.org/details/FedFlix

Second video (up-right corner screenshot only) is "Rebellion Spreads in North Africa" (1955) https://archive.org/details/1955-08-25_Flood_Relief .Universal Newsreels. In 1976, the films' owner, MCA, made the unusual decision to turn over ownership of all of the newsreels to the National Archives. Public Domain educative material presented as a public service and freely available in www.archive.net
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Collage screenshots source: First video (all screenshots except one) is "French President Charles De Gaulle and the Six-Year War" (1960) https://archive.org/details/gov.archives.arc.649319. Public Domain Algerian War documentary. National Archives and Records Administration. National Security Council. Central Intelligence Agency. (09/18/1947 - 12/04/1981). ARC Identifier 649319 / Local Identifier 263.1923. This movie is part of the collection FedFlix https://archive.org/details/FedFlix Second video (last screenshot up-right corner screenshot) is "Rebellion Spreads in North Africa" (1955) https://archive.org/details/1955-08-25_Flood_Relief .Universal Newsreels. In 1976, the films' owner, MCA, made the unusual decision to turn over ownership of all of the newsreels to the National Archives. Public Domain educative material presented as a public service and freely available in www.archive.net

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