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The actual hostilities were not on a large scale and were Page xxviii soon brought to an end by the efforts of other African states, but they left a legacy of bitterness between the two countries. On the economic front the Constantine Plan (1959-64) had achieved little. It represented the first attempt by the French at economic planning and it was intended to reawaken the traditional countryside and industrialize Algeria, but the industrialization drive had never really begun and by 1961 a tide of disinvestment was beginning to rise.
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So profound had been the destruction of the Muslims' economic, social and political organization during the conquest and so apparently invincible was the privileged position and ascendancy of the European settler community that the first stirrings of nationalism among Algerian Muslims only emerged after the First World War. The early Algerian nationalist movement was composed of a number of very different strands. One, the Etoile Nord Africaine led by Messali Hadj, emerged among the Algerian workers in France and initially had close links with the French Communist Party.
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