Just a year ago Feb 8 1958 the world was aghast when the French aircraft crossed the border from French held Algeria into Independent Tunis and bombed the Tunisian village of Sakiet Sidi Youssef, killing 75 people - including women and children - wounding a further 85.
GV Troops lined up on camp for morning parade
SV Ditto, soldiers with rifle in foreground.
SV Troops and National Flag.
SV Pan Troops line up.
SV National Flag and soldiers.
LV Pan Soldiers lined up.
SV Troops march off with flag.
SV Algerian refugees looking on.
LV Soldiers dispersing for breakfast.
SV Rifles stacked.
SV Coffee being given to troops.
CU Coffee poured into cup pan soldiers face.
SV Two soldiers eating break and drinking coffee.
CU Young soldier eating think bread - shyly.
LV Political leader talking to troops.
SV Algerian refugees look on.
TOP V Pan troops marching out of camp.
GV Soldiers marching away through woodland.
SV Pan Damage.
LV Damaged buildings.
SV Men searching among debris.
SV Pan Damage.
CU Wrecked car.
LV Pan Wrecked houses.
SV Two men examining debris.
LV Dead being laid out.
SV Nurses attending to dead and injured.
SV People watching.
LV Bringing out dead child.
CU Laying dead child down.
SV Nurses covering bodies.
SV Soldiers with part of bomb.
SV Towards inspecting devastation.
SV Towards Up steps.
CU Pan Towards with official.
LV President looking at victims.
LV Bodies laid out on ground.
GV Bodies and people around.
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Background: Just a year ago Feb 8 1958 the world was aghast when the French aircraft crossed the border from French held Algeria into Independent Tunis and bombed the Tunisian village of Sakiet Sidi Youssef, killing 75 people - including women and children - wounding a further 85. Official French explanation was that French aircraft had been fired upon from the village and used as a training camp base for marauding Algerian rebels.
Visnews cameras returned to Sakiet Feb 1 and filmed the resurrection. Villagers are industriously excavating foundations and erecting new homes for survivors of the hour long "Rain of Death". Financial and material aid has poured in from all parts of the sympathetic world.