Peaceful demonstration set up by the the Algerian National Liberation Front in favour of the independence of Algeria. The police repression led by Maurice Papon was called "Massacre of October 17, 1961" and the violences against the Algerian demonstrators were "ratonnades" (racist attacks). Paris, on October 17, 1961. © Georges Azenstarck / Roger-Viollet
Peaceful demonstration set up by the the Algerian National Liberation Front in favour of the independence of Algeria. The police repression led by Maurice Papon was called "Massacre of October 17, 1961" and the violences against the Algerian demonstrators were "ratonnades" (racist attacks). Paris, on October 17, 1961. © Georges Azenstarck / Roger-Viollet

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  • Location:
    PARIS ILE-DE-FRANCE FRANCE
  • Caption:
    Peaceful demonstration set up by the the Algerian National Liberation Front in favour of the independence of Algeria. The police repression led by Maurice Papon was called "Massacre of October 17, 1961" and the violences against the Algerian demonstrators were "ratonnades" (racist attacks). Paris, on October 17, 1961.
  • Credit:
    © Georges Azenstarck / Roger-Viollet
  • Rights 4:
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    Prior permission required for all advertizing & promotional use or use on consumer goods & derivative products.
  • Author of the shot:
    AZENSTARCK GEORGES
  • Inventory number:
    AZT-17Oct61-16A
  • File size:
    5171 x 4098 pixels (4008 Ko)
  • Keywords: ALGERIAN NATIONAL LIBERATION FRONTALGERIAN WARCITYDEMONSTRATEDEMONSTRATIONDEMONSTRATORGRAND BOULEVARDINDEPENDENCE ALGERIAMASSACRENIGHTOCTOBER 17 1961STREET SCENE PAPON MAURICE