L'Algérie Libre

L'Algérie Libre (meaning Free Algeria in English) was a French-language newspaper based in Algiers, Algeria.[1]

L'Algérie Libre
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TypeOpinion journalism
Founded1949 (1949)
LanguageFrench language
Ceased publication1954 (1954)


L'Algerie libre, whose acronym was "By the people and for the people" (French: Par le peuple et pour le peuple) was founded by Mohamed Khider on 2 November 1949 and ceased to appear on 5 November 1954.[2][3]

This illustrated publication was printed in the city of Paris within France and was a partisan bimonthly journal specializing in general information.[4][5]

It is the independence party Algerian People's Party (PPA) the Movement for the Triumph of Democratic Liberties (MTLD) which oversaw this review which was printed for 128 issues before its shutdown the day after the outbreak of the Algerian Revolution.[6]

See alsoEdit


  • Charles-André Julien (1979). Histoire de l'Algére contemporaine, Volume 2. Paris: Presses universitaires de France. p. 58. ISBN 9782130356448.[failed verification]


  1. ^ "Algérie libre". RetroNews - Le site de presse de la BnF. 25 July 2019. Retrieved 20 November 2022.
  2. ^ "L'Algérie libre - Alger". Courrier international. Retrieved 20 November 2022.
  3. ^ "Index des principaux journaux cités". Hors collection: 621–623. 20 November 1979. Retrieved 20 November 2022 – via www.cairn.info.
  4. ^ "Le journal l'Algérie Libre du 11 Mars 1952". Retrieved 20 November 2022.
  5. ^ Charles André Julien (1979). Histoire de l'Algére contemporaine (in French). Vol. 2. Presses universitaires de France. ISBN 978-2-13-035644-8.
  6. ^ "Le journal l'Algarie Libre du 11 Mars 1952". Retrieved 20 November 2022.

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