1. Algerian War: Causes

IB History: 1. Algerian War: Causes

The long-term causes of the Algerian civil war lay in the nature of French rule in Algeria which led to rising nationalism, along with the refusal of France after 1945 to allow Algeria to move towards self-government. External events in Vietnam and in the rest of Africa also played a role in the outbreak of violence in 1954.Guiding questions:What were the long-term causes of the Algerian civil war?

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