The Secret Army

The Secret Army From the front cover ere were brutes among them sadists bores but everyone was prepared to risk disgrace imprisonment and death And success would bring them no reward For they were members of the
  • Title: The Secret Army
  • Author: Geoffrey Bocca
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  • Page: 413
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Secret Army
    From the front cover ere were brutes among them, sadists, bores, but everyone was prepared to risk disgrace, imprisonment, and death And success would bring them no reward For they were members of the Secret Army, anti De Gaullists who existed to keep Algeria French The true story of the French OAS and its campaign of terror in Algeria and France and the shaFrom the front cover ere were brutes among them, sadists, bores, but everyone was prepared to risk disgrace, imprisonment, and death And success would bring them no reward For they were members of the Secret Army, anti De Gaullists who existed to keep Algeria French The true story of the French OAS and its campaign of terror in Algeria and France and the shadow war that developed between it and another sinister martial organization never named which sprung up to destroy the OAS.
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  • Few modern wars have been uglier and dirtier than the Algerian war It had about it a sordid unnaturalness, like abortion It pitted comrade against comrade, forced one to hate opponents one would have preferred to admire and compelled soldiers to assume attitudes repugnant to them Goeffrey Boca from The Secret Army pg 152 This is an account from within about the rise and fall of the OAS Organization de l Armee Secrete A force that appeared to have everything going for it at its inception, but col [...]


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