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about 20 percent of french population is of algerian origin

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How many Algerians are living in France?

There are different estimations about the numbers of Algerians in France. The French national body of statistics INSEE puts the figure at 1.7 million Algerian nationals. People born before Algerian independence in 1962 are not included, since they weren't at the time any Algerians, but only French citizens. In the number are included only the people holding Algerian citizenship, or dual Algerian-French citizenship. The people of Aglerian descent, holding French citizenship only, aren't included (since they are only French).The largest estimate, by an Algerian-based association, puts the figure at about 4 milion people, but includes all people of Algerian descent, regardless of their date of birth or actual citizenship.


How many people died in the Algerian War of Independence?

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Are there many diseases in Algeria?

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How has the traditional view of family changed for urban Algerians?

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How did Algeria gain its independence?

Algeria gained its independence by fighting the colonial power, France, in an extremely bitter war fought in two stages between 1954 and 1962. In 1962 just over a million French settlers fled (or were expelled) and many Algerians who had worked with the French were tortured and/or lynched ... There's an excellent film (in the style of a documentary) on the later phases of the war. It is known by the titles Bataille d'Alger and Battaglia di Algeri or in English: Battle of Algiers). (For political reasons was filmed in Algeria and Italy. The film was immediately banned in France). The war was singularly vicious and led to the collapse of the Fourth Republic in France; it also brought Charles de Gaulle back to power. Originally, it was assumed that he would keep Algeria for France. In 1961, when he announced plans for Algerian independence, there was an attempt by some units of French Army to march on Paris and remove him! The whole saga has left scars in France.


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How many algerians died during World War 2?

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Did Algeria ever have wars?

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