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Falk Page ix Contents PREFACE xiii INTRODUCTION xvii SELECTED THESES AND DISSERTATIONS IN ENGLISH ON ALGERIA lvii THE COUNTRY AND ITS PEOPLE 1 TOURISM AND TRAVEL 10 GEOGRAPHY AND GEOLOGY 13 FLORA AND FAUNA 20 PREHISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY 23 HISTORY 25 General 25 Classical period 27 Mediaeval period 29 Ottoman period 31 Colonial period 37 War of Independence 62 POPULATION 76 MINORITIES 80 LANGUAGE 89 Page x RELIGION 93 SOCIAL ORGANIZATION AND SOCIAL CHANGE 102 SOCIAL SERVICES, HEALTH AND WELFARE 115 POLITICS 117 CONSTITUTION AND LEGAL SYSTEM 145 ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT 150 FOREIGN RELATIONS 153 MAGHREB UNITY 169 RELATIONS WITH THE EUROPEAN UNION 174 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND ECONOMIC LIBERALIZATION 177 TRADE 189 OIL AND GAS 193 INDUSTRY AND INDUSTRIALIZATION 198 AGRICULTURE AND AGRARIAN REFORM 203 TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATIONS 210 EMIGRATION 212 LABOUR RELATIONS AND TRADE UNIONISM 221 STATISTICS 225 URBANIZATION AND RURAL SETTLEMENT 227 NOMADISM 234 EDUCATION 237 Page xi SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 241 LITERATURE 243 CULTURAL POLICY AND THE ARTS 252 LIBRARIES AND ARCHIVES 258 MASS MEDIA 262 BIBLIOGRAPHIES 267 INDEX OF AUTHORS 275 INDEX OF TITLES 283 INDEX OF SUBJECTS 295 MAP OF ALGERIA 311 Page xiii Preface Like the first edition of this bibliography, which appeared in 1980, this new revised edition has been prepared primarily for an English-speaking audience, as indeed are all the bibliographies in ABC-CLIO's World Bibliographical Series.
The deep rivalries among the leaders were kept in check, and the movement was given a formal organization, a command structure, and a political programme. At the outset the French government was convinced that only support from Egypt sustained the FLN offensive, and Cairo was perceived as the centre of a virulent and contagious Arab nationalism orchestrated by President Nasser and threatening to undermine Western interests. Their exaggeration of Egypt's role in the Algerian problem led to French collusion with Britain and Israel in the abortive invasion of Egypt at the end of October 1956.
Ian Wallace is Professor of German at the University of Bath. A graduate of Oxford in French and German, he also studied in Tübingen, Heidelberg and Lausanne before taking teaching posts at universities in the USA, Scotland and England. He specializes in contemporary German affairs, especially literature and culture, on which he has published numerous articles and books. In 1979 he founded the journal GDR Monitor, which he continues to edit under its new title German Monitor. Hans H. Wellisch is Professor emeritus at the College of Library and Information Services, University of Maryland.