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Once this phase of an operation was complete, the swept territory would be secured through the construction of strong points manned by harkis. The Challe Plan also called for increased naval 33 C A U S E S A N D E F F E C T S O F 2 0 T H - C E N T U R Y WA R S Thinking and research skil ls H o Chi Minh, leader ofthe Viet M i n h forces and later North Vietna m in its struggle against Fra nce and the U n ited States, once said: You can kill ten of my menfor every one of yours I kill, but even at these odds, you will lose and I will win.
The air force also had French-made Mirage III and Super Etendards, the latter equipped with the deadly Exocet anti-ship missile . Weapons and ammunition were limited as a result of the US arms embargo that US President C arter implemented in 1 97 6 in response to the Junta's "dirty war" against its domestic political opponents . A. ;:;:,_ .. - � ...... Class discussion What difficulties did the location of the islands pose for the British military? A Fren ch-bu i lt Mi rage I l l s i m i l a r to those used by the Argentine a i r force d u ring the Fa l k l a n ds/Ma lvinas Wa r 47 Key q uestions To what extent was British strategy determined by geography?
29 Conce tual understanding Key q uestions To what extent was the Morice Line effective? What rol e did tech nology play i n the French ability to fight the FLN? What was the significa nce of the Battle of Algiers? What rol e did terror play in the wa r? Key con cepts Continuity Change Significance 1955 The attacks of 1 November 1 9 54 targeted 7 0 police stations, army posts and government buildings. Although these attacks met with some success, they failed to trigger the general uprising that the FLN had hoped for.