2 edition of Franco-Moroccan conflict, 1943-1956. found in the catalog.
Franco-Moroccan conflict, 1943-1956.
by [Published for the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace by] Yale University Press in New Haven
Written in English
|Contributions||Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.|
|LC Classifications||DT317.5.F7 B43|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxv, 680 p.|
|Number of Pages||680|
After the troubled periods of the French Revolution and the Napoleonic Wars, France again showed a strong interest in Morocco in the s, as a possible extension of her sphere of influence in the Maghreb, after Algeria and First Franco-Moroccan War took place in , as a consequence of Morocco's alliance with Algeria's Abd-El-Kader against France. Morocco (mərŏk´ō), officially Kingdom of Morocco, kingdom ( est. pop. 34,,), , sq mi (, sq km), NW o is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea (N), the Atlantic Ocean (W), Western Sahara (S), and Algeria (S and E). Ifni, formerly a Spanish-held enclave on the Atlantic coast, was ceded to Morocco in Two cities, Ceuta and Melilla, and several small islands.
The Franco-Moroccan Conflict, Bernard, Stephane. New Haven: Yale University Press, (). 1st ed. Hardcover. 5 maps, index, xxxv, p. Translated by Marianna Oliver, Alexander Harrison and Bernard Phillips of Vols. I and II of Le Conflit Franco-Marocain, (). More. Add to Cart. Price: $ McBlain Books. BOOK REVIEWS BOOKS RECEIVED AKE, CLAUDE. A Theory of Political Integration. Homewood: The Dorsey Press, ix, pp., $ ALBA, VICTOR.
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"The Franco-Moroccan conflict may be considered as having begun on 22 January with the meeting at Anfa between Sultan Mohammed Ben Youssef and President Franklin Delano Roosevelt."l With these words Stephane Bernard opens his discerning study, The Franco-Moroccan Conflict, Although there is some dispute.
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The Franco-Moroccan Conflict by St6phane Bernard This case study of decolonization traces the history of the Franco-Moroccan conflict and then analyses the sociological mechanisms involved in the severance of the protectorate from the mother country. A rigorously detailed step-by-step analysis of the conflict.
The Franco-Moroccan War was fought between France and Morocco in The principal cause of war was the retreat of Algerian resistance leader Abd al-Qādir into Morocco following French victories over many of his tribal supporters during the French conquest of Algeria.
Bernard's book asserts that the reference to Morocco's independent status was merely Faure's lack of discretion. Bernard, Franco-Moroccan Conflict, El-Machat's book simply points out that at this moment ‘Pierre July prend conscience de l'importance du mouvement d'indépendance incarné par l'Istiqlal’ but fails to analyse its reasons.
For detailed descriptions of his political role see Douglas E. Ashford, Political Change in Morocco (), and Stéphane Bernard, The Franco-Moroccan Conflict. Franco-Moroccan conflict fromhe pre-sents an elaborate "theory of a political system in the process of decolonization" (p.
xvii), a theory grounded in the structural-functional approach. This edition is a translation of volumes I and II of a three volume work published in Brussels in.Registered Office: Broadway, Fifth Floor, New York, NY USA.