Paris 1961 : Algerians, State Terror, and Memory.
For decades knowledge of the 1961 massacre of Algerian demonstrators by the Paris police was suppressed. This study investigates the roots of this violence within the colonial system and how the event was covered up until it resurfaced after the 1980s to become one of the most controversial issues i...
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- List of Illustrations and Tables
- General Introduction
- I. COLONIAL VIOLENCE AND STATE TERROR
- Introduction to Part I
- 1. Papon and the Colonial Origins of Police Violence
- 2. The FLN Counter-State and Police Repression, 1958-1961
- 3. The Police Crisis and Terror, July to 16 October 1961
- 4. The Demonstrations of 17 to 20 October 1961
- 5. The Political Crisis, 18 October to 1 December 1961
- 6. Counting the Victims and Identifying the Killers
- II. REVISITING OCTOBER AND THE AFTERLIVES OF MEMORY
- Introduction to Part II
- 7. Contesting Colonial Repression, 1945-1961
- 8. Fragmented Reactions to State Violence, September-November 1961
- 9. The Marginalization of 17 October 1961 (1961-1968)
- 10. 'Underground' Memories, 1962-1979
- 11. Emergent Memories, 1980-1997?
- 12. Ever-Present Memories?
- Guide to Research Sources and Bibliography