FRANCE: The Second May 13

Only a year ago, almost every available inch of wall space in Algiers sang the praise of Charles de Gaulle, but last week, on the first anniversary of his being called to power, the city was in a different mood. Though 50,000 people gathered in the forum to hear speeches, they were mostly Moslems, whom the French soldiers can mobilize for shows with quiet efficiency. "Shout ' Algerie Franfaise!'" cried an officer from a psychological-warfare unit, but he got only feeble response. Behind him a captain rattled off a steady stream of orders to his men scattered through the...

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