2 edition of Parisian poor and the colonisation of Algeria under the second republic. found in the catalog.
Parisian poor and the colonisation of Algeria under the second republic.
Michael J. Heffernan
Written in English
Taken from French history, vol.3, 1989, pp. 377-403.
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Then, one year later, in what was to be a fateful step, the Second Republic annexed Algeria not as a colony but as an integral part of France, transforming its vast territories into three departments. Thereafter Algeria was subjected to a steady process of settlement as the total number of migrants rose f in to , by France - France - The Great Depression and political crises: France at the end of the s had apparently recovered its prewar stability, prosperity, and self-confidence. For a time it even seemed immune to the economic crisis that spread through Europe beginning in ; France went serenely on behind its high-tariff barrier, a healthy island in a chaotic world.
France - France - Cultural and scientific attainments: The cultural climate of the later 19th century in France, as in the Atlantic world generally, was strongly marked by the current called positivism. The post generation looked with contempt on what it considered the excesses and the bad taste of the preceding Romantic era. A new interest in science and a new vogue of realism in. Algeria Table of Contents. A royal ordinance in called for three types of administration in Algeria. In areas where Europeans were a substantial part of the population, colons elected mayors and councils for self-governing "full exercise" communes (communes de plein exercice).In the "mixed" communes, where Muslims were a large majority, government was in the hands of appointed and some.
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MICHAEL J HEFFERNAN; THE PARISIAN POOR AND THE COLONIZATION OF ALGERIA DURING THE SECOND REPUBLIC, French History, Volume 3, Issue 4, Cited by: 8. Algeria - Algeria - Colonial rule: The manner in which French rule was established in Algeria during the years –47 laid the groundwork for a pattern of rule that French Algeria would maintain until independence.
It was characterized by a tradition of violence and mutual incomprehension between the rulers and the ruled; the French politician and historian Alexis de Tocqueville wrote that. ‘The Parisian Poor and the Colonisation of Algeria during the Second Republic’, French History, 3(4) (), pp.
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– CrossRef Google Scholar Heffernan M. The people of European origin who inhabited Algeria have had many names over the years – colons, settlers, ‘Algériens’, Europeans of Algeria, French of Algeria and later pieds noirs – to name but a few. The quantity of these names is most likely due to the nature of the community, which did indeed begin as settlers or colonisers from.
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Following the overthrow of King Louis Philippe in February, the elected government of the Second Republic ruled France. After completing his research for Democracy in America, Alexis de Tocqueville turned to the French consolidation of its empire in North Africa, which he believed deserving of similar ville began studying Algerian history and culture, making two trips to Algeria in and He quickly became one of France's foremost experts on the country and wrote es/5(1).
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