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The North African, Review of the Committee of North Africa – January-March 1935





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January-March 1935 Edition – The issue titles « The Algerian Problem », an analysis which « follows isolated incidents which had occurred in a few scattered points in Algeria ». The main conclusions of a visit by government officials of the three Algerian departments are : « 1- There is a great economic crisis in Algeria. 2- The problem of indigenous politics does not arise in Algeria with great acuity. 3- It is essential in Algeria to restore the authority of the administration, that is to say the French authority ».

The North Africa Committee, headquartered in Paris, is an organization created in 1925, under the high patronage of the President of the Republic, and whose primary goal is « to make North Africa better known and appreciated (Algeria-Tunisia-Morocco-Saharan regions).

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