By Raphaëlle Branche

Ils étaient militaires, mais aussi civils. Des hommes, mais aussi des femmes. En Algérie, contre toute attente, le maquis healthy des prisonniers pour internationaliser le conflit grâce au CICR. Comme los angeles France n'y voyait pas une guerre, elle nia l'existence même de ces prisonniers, les raya de los angeles mémoire collective. Ce livre, où l'on croisera notamment frère Luc, du monastère de Tibherine, leur redonne vie.

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