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Fifty years of battle
|Statement||contributors, Jim Hagen, Matt McGahey, Trevor Bnlack.|
|Contributions||McGahey, Matt, 1980-, Black, Trevor, 1984-, University of Waterloo.|
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The Battle of Algiers, a film that poetically captures Algerian resistance to French colonial occupation, is widely considered one of the greatest political films of all an artistic defiance that matched the boldness of the anticolonial struggles of the time, it was embraced across the political spectrum—from leftist groups like the Black Panther Party and the Palestine.
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Fifty years of The Battle of Algiers: past as prologue / Sohail Daulatzai. Author/Creator: Daulatzai, Sohail author. Other Title: 50 years of the Battle of Algiers Publication: Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, , © Series: Forerunners (Minneapolis, Minn.) Forerunners Format/Description: Book xxi, 81 pages.
Spanning two and a half thousand years of warfare, from Salamis, where the Greeks put an end to Persian attempts to overwhelm their country, through the Battle of Hastings and the fall of Constantinople to the key engagements in the World Wars: Midway, El Alamein and Stalingrad right up to Operation Desert Storm, Battles that Changed History is a stimulating and lively account of fifty.
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