The Algerian War and its Aftermath
Algeria and the Intellectuals
Popkin, Modern France, pp. 285-292.
Adam Shatz, "The Torture of Algiers," New York Review of Books (2002), on-line.
Jean-Paul Sartre, preface to Franz Fanon,Wretched of the Earth (1961), on-line.
Gillo Pontecorvo, The Battle of Algiers (1965)--a work of fiction, this film nonetheless gives an extremely vivid sense of the fighting for Algiers. The trailer is available on-line, as is the script.
See also the discussion of Rachid Bouchareb's Les Indigènes [literally, The Natives, though the English version is called Days of Glory] (2006).
Paul Aussaresses, The Battle of the Casbah. Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism trans. Robert L. Miller (2002)--in this book and several famous interviews (including one on 60 Minutes), General Aussaresses defended the French use of torture in Algeria.
David Carroll, Albert Camus, the Algerian: Colonialism, Terrorism, Justice (2007).
Matthew Connelly, A Diplomatic Revolution: Algeria's Fight for
Independence and the Origins of the Post Cold-War Era (2002).
James LeSueur, Uncivil War: Intellectuals and Identity Politics
during the decolonization of Algeria (2001).
Todd Shepard, The Invention of Decolonization (2006).
Benjamin Stora, Algeria, 1830-2000 : A Short History (2001).
Of interest on-line
even if you don't understand French, you should watch at least some of this newsreel footage
Obituary (by Julian Jackson)
extract from Sartre's Being and Nothingness