مجلة عصور الجديدة
Volume 4, Numéro 12, Pages 300-316
الكاتب : بن داهـة عدّة .
The revolution of Beni Shogran (1914) and its position of the Algerian national resistance to the French occupation. There are episodes in the Algerian national resistance, which have remained almost missing, among them important events witnessed in the mountains of Bani Shakran in successive years, the most important of which were the protest movements of the tribe of the ouled Sa'id, Sharab al-Rih, Bani Khneis, Qallaylia, and the ouled kada, and al-bhourat, and al-hazat, and aouled sidi aamer Ben Maimon and aouled Issa in October 1845, as well as the violent protests against the confiscation of Algerian peasant lands in douar sidi Bouhneifeh in 1867, The end of the revolution of Bani Shakran in 1914
The revolution; Beni Shogran; the Algerian national resistance; the French occupation