Morocco's Saharan Frontiers

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Librairie Droz, 1969 - Morocco - 563 pages
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Contents

Introduction
15
B The Moroccan BladesSiba in the Sahara
23
France Occupies the Moroccan Sahara 18991901
30
F The Creation of a Buffer Zone the Protocol of 1901
38
G Further Moroccan Concessions the Accord of 1902
45
The AlgeroMoroccan Boundary in the GuirZousfana Basin
52
France Extends Its Authority over Eastern Morocco 19031904
70
E Paris Outlines a Territorial Division on the High Plateaux
79
E Algerian Particularism and Territorial Pretensions
232
G The Protectorates Military Policy in Southern Morocco
241
The North African Conferences of the 1920s
247
The Second North African Conference Rabat April 79 1924
256
E The Fourth North African Conference Algiers May 79 1927
266
G Political Consequences of the North African Conferences
281
The AlgeroMoroccan Border Dispute in the Last Years
286
The Delimitation of Administrative Circumscriptions as a Factor
297

G Morocco Accepts the French Occupation of the Buffer Zone
87
De Jure and De Facto Limits in Southeastern Morocco
94
Varniers Proposed Line of January 14 1912
105
Confirmation of Moroccos De Jure Limits in the Southeast
115
F The First Administrative Maps of the French Protectorate Depict
125
Moroccan Control Along the Atlantic Littoral of the Sahara
137
B The Southwestern Extent of the BladesSiba
144
Cape Bojador as the Limit of Moroccan Territory
150
Moroccan Control of the Sequiet el Hamra and the Question
156
Moroccos Limits in the Southwest The International Treaties
164
Britain Accepts the Principle of a FrancoSpanish Protectorate over
170
F The Limit between Algeria and Afrique Occidentale Francaise
181
G Moroccos Saharan Limits and the FrancoGerman Settlement of 1911
193
H Implicit Acceptance of a Moroccan Limit at the Rio de Oro
200
J Misinterpreting the FrancoSpanish Convention of 1912
210
The Origins of the AlgeroMoroccan Dispute over
216
The Reguibat of the Northwestern Sahara
225
F Moroccan Particularism and the Equipe
303
H The Question of Tindouf
317
The Protectorates Saharan Limit 1934
323
The Limits of the Special Custom Zones in Southern Morocco
338
E Nogues Defense of the 1901 Boundary Delimitation
353
G Nogues Reduces the Moroccan Sector of the Confins AlgeroMarocains
365
Algeria s Acquisition of the Disputed Border Territory
373
Elements of Algerian and Moroccan Particularism in the Post
380
E Further Reduction of the Algerian Sector of the Confins Algero
387
G The Protectorate Redefines Its Saharan Limit 1953
401
H The Question of the Trinquet Line
407
The French Operational Limit in the Frontier Zone 19561962
417
J Moroccos Border Dispute with Independent Algeria
424
Conclusion
431
Bibliography
444
Map Plates
468
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