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Abdelkrim : une épopée d'or et de sang

  title={Abdelkrim : une {\'e}pop{\'e}e d'or et de sang},
  author={Zakya Daoud and Bruno {\'E}tienne},
Políticas de sustitución, Guerra Fría y descolonización: la paradoja del Protectorado Español en Marruecos
Tras la Segunda Guerra Mundial, el régimen franquista tuvo que hacer frente a las dificultades internas y externas que amenazaban su supervivencia. En el plano exterior, el ostracismo internacional
Abd el-Krim's guerrilla war against Spain and France in North Africa: An adventure setting for screen melodramas
The Riffian rebel leader Mohammed Abd el-Krim Al-Khattabi (1882–1963) became an important early guerrilla leader by successfully initiating extensively organized resistance in the Moroccan Rif
The Campaigns for the Pacification of the Spanish Protectorate in Morocco: a Forgotten Example of Successful Counterinsurgency
Abstract : The Campaigns conducted by the Spanish Army from 1909 to 1926 to pacify the Spanish Protectorate in Morocco are almost unknown in the US Army, and the scarce literature written or
Algerian nationalists in the French political arena and beyond: the Etoile nord-africaine and the Parti du peuple algérien in interwar France
During the interwar period, North Africans in France had established a tradition of anti-colonial political struggle and nationalism. Their political discourse was structured around a common
La irrigación en Marruecos: El Caso de Tadla-Azilal
The work offers the first approximation to the development of the agriculture of irrigation in Morocco, taking as a reference Tadla-Azilal’s territorial area, for constituting one of the initial
Les recompositions territoriales dans le Maroc du nord : dynamiques urbaines dans la péninsule tingitane et gouvernance des services de base à Tanger et à Tétouan (Maroc)
La peninsule tingitane represente le Maroc en transition. Les recompositions territoriales du Nord marocain s'inscrivent dans l'histoire de Tanger et de Tetouan ou periodes d'ouverture ont alterne
Bolshevizing Communist Parties: The Algerian and South African Experiences
  • A. Drew
  • Political Science
    International Review of Social History
  • 2003
In 1924 and 1925 the Comintern introduced its policy of Bolshevization. A goal of Bolshevization was the creation of mass-based communist parties. In settler societies this meant that the local