Demonstration / Algerian War / Algeria / 1960

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1960: ALGERIA AFLAME: President De Gaulle's visit to Algeria; to rally support for a referendum; is the spark for explosive rioting by die-hard French settlers; who clash with troops in fierce duels in which Molotov cocktails and tear gas bombs are exchanged. The Army stays loyal to the Government; and puts down the riots; in which a shocking death toll leaves Algeria briefly quiet again; with an ominous stillness that portends renewed violence.
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Charles de Gaulle Demonstrator President of the State President (Politics) Politician Politics French European Personality
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Stone-Throwing Throwing Tumult Street Battle Unrest Visit Fighting Disagreement Running Driving (Procedure) Starting Off Walking
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Alger Algeria Maghreb North Africa Africa
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Algerian War War Conflict Political Event French Army Army (Ground Forces) Army (Military) Barricade Barrier French Soldier Soldier Military Personnel French Military Violence State Visit International Relation Tank (Military) Military Plane Motor Vehicle Land Vehicle Vehicle Demonstration (Protest) Head of State Aggression Feeling Military Uniform Uniform Clothes Street Group of People Group Historical Footage Man (Human) Male (Human) People Living Being Adult Day Newscast Audiovisual Culture
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