Hart Davis 1971. ISBN 978-0246640024
|The story of the last years of
French colonial rule in Algeria. In the epilogue, Henissart says, "What they ( French
Algerians ) really wanted was some sort of guarantee that they could remain on viable
terms in their birthplace, whether it endured under French sovereignty was secondary. The
strongest ties were to a specific piece of real estate, not to the tricolor."
||When this didn't happen, the OAS
chose outright terror against the Muslim population and at independence most of the
1.000.000 Europeans (out of a population of 9.000.000) fled the country.