Algeria: Getting it Right and Wrong

Martin Evans offers a frank reassessment of his article on 30 years of Algerian independence, published in History Today in 1992.

Algerian women waiting to vote, 1961My intention when writing this article 20 years ago was to reflect upon 30 years of Algerian independence. Using a historian’s eye, I wanted to capture a sense of what these three decades meant for Algerians: how they were related to a colonial past and how they connected to other futures.

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