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    2. Market at Biskra, 1899
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      Women making carpets in Algiers, 1899
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      Algiers café scene, 1899
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      Playing chess in Algiers, 1899
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      Algiers, family group, 1899
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      Luce Ben Aben, School of Arab embroidery, Algiers, 1899


    Sidi Okba Street, Algiers, 1922

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      Dancers in Algiers, 1899
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      Luce Ben Aben, Women preparing couscous, Algiers, 1899
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      A coffee house in Algiers, 1899
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        Algerian soldiers ('Spahis') cooking their meal in a village in Oise, France, 1917
        (Autochrome color picture by Jean-Baptiste Tournassoud)
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        Algerian soldiers in the village of Noyon, Northern France, during the First World War
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        Algerians, serving in the French army during the First World War

        American picture, made by photographers of the Underwood & Underwood Agency. 
        The caption reads that these soldiers are nicknamed Terrible Turcos.
        The term Turcos was used not just for people from Turkey, but also for North-Africans.
        On the reverse of this card there is another text: 
        "These soldiers are impetuous fighters, and the difficulty the French generals find in their employment 
        is to hold them back at times when to charge the enemy is foolhardy."
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        Portrait of an Algerian Fusilier, 1916
        (Autochrome color picture by Jean-Baptiste Tournassoud)
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        An Algerian soldier on sentry duty, 1917
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        Algerian soldiers of the First World War
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          Algerian cavalry bringing in German prisoners during the First World War
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          Algerian cavalry on parade during the First World War
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          First World War poster:
          "An Algerian soldier pays his farewells to his wife and daughter"
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          "Charge of the Algerian Dragoons on the Belgian front, 1915"
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          Algerian Shops, a painting from 1895, by Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848–1933)



          Reproduction of Algerian Shops, a painting by Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848–1933)
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          Algerian girl selling pomegranates

          by William-Adolphe Bouguereau (1825-1905) 

          Currently held by the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, UK
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          A Street in Algeria, by Frederick Arthur Bridgman (1847-1928)
       
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