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Le Rallye Méditerranée-le Cap

Racing towards Eurafrica?

Megan Brown

countries destined to form the backbone [ ossature ] of the future Eurafrica.” 1 * Meynier's military career centered on Africa and, more specifically, the Sahara. In retirement, he embarked on a mission to bind together Europe and Africa through stronger

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A Bridge Across the Mediterranean

Nafissa Sid Cara and the Politics of Emancipation during the Algerian War

Elise Franklin

(not yet president) on the importance of including Algerian women in integrationist policies: “All the citizens (men and women) of Algeria and the Sahara are French in their own right and possess all political rights.” 24 Salan reminded de Gaulle that

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Postiers non-citoyens dans l’Algérie colonisée (vers 1900–1939)

Annick Lacroix

suffisent à pourvoir les emplois offerts dans les localités du littoral ou de la Mitidja. Les débouchés du personnel algérien sont en revanche meilleurs dans les régions périphériques du Sahara et des hauts plateaux, où les candidats citoyens et diplômés

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Selective Empathy

Workers, Colonial Subjects, and the Affective Politics of French Romantic Socialism

Naomi J. Andrews

estimates that about 825,000 Algerians died “because of the violence” between 1830 and 1875, and as many died of famine and disease. Benjamin Brower, A Desert Named Peace: The Violence of France’s Empire in the Algerian Sahara, 1844–1902 (New York

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Yan Slobodkin

Minimum , 128. 81 For French perceptions of the Tuareg see, Benjamin Claude Brower, A Desert Named Peace: The Violence of France’s Empire in the Algerian Sahara, 1844–1902 (New York: Columbia University Press, 2009), 222–237. 82 J.E. Martial

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“Algeria for the Algerians”

Public Education and Settler Identity in the Early Third Republic

Kyle Francis

: Stanford University Press, 2013). 12 For military repressions, see Benjamin Brower, A Desert Named Peace: The Violence of France’s Empire in the Algerian Sahara, 1844–1902 (New York: Columbia University Press, 2011). 13 François Renault, Cardinal