Aerial view of tribal representatives encamped in Algeria. Men of the tribes assemble around a large open space and listen to an Algerian leader speak. The French Resident Minister of Algeria, Robert Lacoste, together with French officials and officers, listens to the speaker. The tribesmen applaud. The microphone is brought to Robert Lacoste, who makes some remarks and receives applause. An elder tribal leader approaches Mr.Lacoste, who greets him and presents him with a double-barreled shotgun. Robert Lacoste walks around the assembly, greeting and shaking hands with many of the tribal leaders. Algerian colonial cavalry (Spahis) seen on horseback, in background.
Robert Lacoste greets Algerian children.
Helicopters aid French Forces in Algeria. A pilot in a cockpit. A helicopter hovers over a terrain. A jeep stuck in mud holes. The helicopter hovers low to haul the jeep . A French soldier climbs up a ladder.
Second Anniversary of the outbreak of terrorist violence in Algeria. French patrols keep a watch and high alert for the outbreak of terrorist violence. Trucks and jeeps loaded with French patrols. They get off from trucks and move on streets. They enter the building and seize the terrorists. Terrorists being walked by French patrols.
Massacre in Algeria by Algerian Nationalists during Algerian War of Independence. Rugged terrain seen. Men move inside the building. Shoes and hammers scattered on ground. Natives seated on ground, cattle in the background. Men, inhabitants of small Muslim village, massacred lying on ground during terrorist campaign for independence from France. Several wounded men walk and several others lying on litters.
Featherweight World Championship Fight in Palace of Sports, Paris,France. Algerian Cherif Hamia boxing against Nigerian Hogan (Kid) Bassey. Hamia knocks Bassey down for the count of eight. But Bassey comes back strong and the referee has to stop the fight. Kid Bassey is the winner and new World Champion.
Camel corps in Algeria. Camel Corps troops assembled. French Dignitary Max Lejeune, French Cabinet Minister, decorates and reviews the heroes of the forces. The Camel Corps lined up.