Algeria celebrates the 64th anniversary of the Algerian revolution November 1954

Algeria celebrates the 64th anniversary of the Algerian revolution November 1954
    Algeria celebrates the 64th anniversary of the Algerian revolution November 1954
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    The Algerian people celebrate the 64th anniversary of the Algerian liberation revolution which began in November 1954. It lasted 7 years and half of the armed struggle. One of the greatest revolutions in history by the Algerian people led by the Algerian National Liberation Front. This great revolution achieved its most important goal with Algeria's independence on July 5, 1962.

    The statement of November 1, 1954 is the first document of the Algerian revolution. The National Liberation Front addressed all the Algerian people with all their affiliations on the evening of October 31, 1954. It distributed it on the morning of November 1st. In which the leadership of the revolution determined its principles and means. And set its goals of freedom and independence and lay the foundations for the reconstruction of the Algerian state and the elimination of the colonial system.

    The Front made clear in the statement the political conditions that would ensure this without bloodshed or recourse to violence. I also explained the tragic circumstances of the Algerian people, which led them to take up arms to achieve their national goals, highlighting the political, historical and cultural dimensions of this historic decision.
    The Algerian revolution is one of the most important revolutions of the second half of the twentieth century. Nearly 1.5 million martyrs were killed. And still without history as well.
    Algeria celebrates next Thursday, sixty years after the first bullet launched by the revolution from the mountains of the Oras in eastern Algeria in November 1954, which lasted until the declaration of the cease-fire on March 19, 1962, which was called "Victory Day." Algerian independence was officially declared on July 5 of the same year. The day when France invaded Algeria in 1830. Algerians once wanted to leave Algeria.
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