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1954 1st November
Prime Minister-France Pierre Mendes 1954-1955
France

Rebellion-Algeria
A wave of terrorism begins bythe newly formed FLN

1955 April
Prime Minister-France Edgar Faure
France

Declaration-Emergency
A state of emergency is declared in Algeria

1955 May
Prime Minister-France Edgar Faure
FranceBourgiba

Independence-Bourgiba
Agreement is reached on the independence of Bourgiba

1955 May
Prime Minister-France Edgar Faure
France

Independence-Tunisia
Agreement is reached on the independence of Tunisia.index.html>Tunisia

1955 May
Prime Minister-France Edgar Faure
FranceBourgiba

Rule-Bourgiba
Agreement is reached on the independence of Bourgiba

1955 May
Prime Minister-France Edgar Faure
France

Rule-Tunisia
Agreement is reached on the independence of Tunisia.index.html>Tunisia

1955 February
Prime Minister-France Pierre Mendes 1954-1955
France

Resignation-Mendes-France
Mendes-France is forced to resign during the Algerian crisis

1956i
Prime Minister-France Guy Alcide Mollet 1956-1957
FranceParis

Independence-Algeria
The Algerian War of Independence begins under Mollet’s government

1958 1st June
President-France Charles Andre Marie Joseph de Gaulle 1958-1969
FranceParis

Referendum-France
Offers the Algerians a referendum to decide their future

1959i
President-France Charles Andre Marie Joseph de Gaulle 1958-1969
FranceParis

Independence-Algeria
Comes to power in France & offers a plan for Algerian self-determination

1960 25th April
General Raul Salan
France

Exile-Salan-France
Goes into exile after the collapse of the third Algiers
rebellion

1960 April
General Raul Salan
FranceAlgiers

Exile-Salan
Flies to Algiers from Spain

1960i
General Raul Salan
France

Peace
General Raoul Salan opposes the cease-fire & leads an unsuccessful insurrection

1960 22nd April
General Raul Salan
FranceAlgiers

Rebellion-Army
Calls upon the rest of the Army to join the resistance to Algerian independence

1960i
General Raul Salan
France

Rebellion-Salan
General Raoul Salan opposes the cease-fire & leads an unsuccessful insurrection

1960 21st April
General Raul Salan
FranceAlgiers

Siege-Algiers
Paratroopers of the French Foreign Legion occupy the public buildings in Algiers

1960i
General Rauol Salan
France

Independence-Algeria
General Raoul Salan opposes the ceasefire & leads an unsuccesful insurrection

1960 23rd April
President-France Charles Andre Marie Joseph de Gaulle 1958-1969
France

Blockade-Algeria
A financial & economic blockade of Algeria is agreed in principle

1960 23rd April
President-France Charles Andre Marie Joseph de Gaulle 1958-1969
FranceParis

Broadcast-Gaulle
Condemns the 4 retired generals leading the
rebellion in Algeria

1960 23rd April
President-France Charles Andre Marie Joseph de Gaulle 1958-1969
FranceParis

Broadcast-Gaulle
Forbids anyone to follow the orders of the rebellious generals in Algeria

1960 29th January
President-France Charles Andre Marie Joseph de Gaulle 1958-1969
FranceParis

Broadcast-Gaulle
After “l’affaire des barricades” in Algiers appeals for order

1960 29th January
President-France Charles Andre Marie Joseph de Gaulle 1958-1969
FranceParis

Broadcast-Gaulle
Speaks of the “national legitamacy that I incarnate & have done for 20 years”

1960 22nd April
President-France Charles Andre Marie Joseph de Gaulle 1958-1969
France

Declaration-Emergency
Under article 16 of the Constitution de Gaulle assumes dictatorial emergency powers

1960 8th September
President-France Charles Andre Marie Joseph de Gaulle 1958-1969
France

Plot-Gaulle
The OAS attempt to assassinate de Gaulle as a last hope to save FrenchAlgeria

1962i
Chair-National Resitance Georges Bidault
France

Appointment-Bidault
Appointed Chairman of the National Resisance Council

1962i
Chair-National Resitance Georges Bidault
France

Policy-OAS
Supports the OAS against de Gaulle’s policy in Algeria

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