The migration from colonised Algeria to France was the earliest and the most extensive of all colonial migrations to Western Europe before the 1960s. Migration was traditionally male and focused around employment, encouraged by French industry. Tensions between the two countries has led to changes in immigration policy and violent clashes in Paris. Over time, as political and economic situations changed, families reunited and successive generations of French-Algerians were formed.

HAR2016001C | The New Europeans: Algerians in Paris
HAR2016001C | The New Europeans: Algerians in Paris
HAR2016001C | The New Europeans: Algerians in Paris
HAR2016001C | The New Europeans: Algerians in Paris
HAR2016001C | The New Europeans: Algerians in Paris
HAR2016001C | The New Europeans: Algerians in Paris
HAR2016001C | The New Europeans: Algerians in Paris
HAR2016001C | The New Europeans: Algerians in Paris
HAR2016001C | The New Europeans: Algerians in Paris
HAR2016001C | The New Europeans: Algerians in Paris
HAR2016001C | The New Europeans: Algerians in Paris
HAR2016001C | The New Europeans: Algerians in Paris
HAR2016001C | The New Europeans: Algerians in Paris
HAR2016001C | The New Europeans: Algerians in Paris
HAR2016001C | The New Europeans: Algerians in Paris
HAR2016001C | The New Europeans: Algerians in Paris
HAR2016001C | The New Europeans: Algerians in Paris
HAR2016001C | The New Europeans: Algerians in Paris
HAR2016001C | The New Europeans: Algerians in Paris
HAR2016001C | The New Europeans: Algerians in Paris