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The 60th anniversary of the 17
October 1961 massacre
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Georges Azenstarck and Jacques
Boissay

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Algerian war. Demonstration of Algerian workers. Paris, on October 17, 1961.

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Roger-Viollet | 481087 | 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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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.

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Roger-Viollet | 255507 | 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). Arrests of Algerians and dead people on the pavement. Paris, on October 17, 1961. | © Georges Azenstarck / Roger-Viollet
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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). Arrests of Algerians and dead people on the pavement. Paris, on October 17, 1961.

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Roger-Viollet | 417164 | 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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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.

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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.

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Algerian war. Demonstration of Algerian workers. Paris, on October 17, 1961.

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Algerian war. Demonstration of the Algerian workers. Paris, October 17th, 1961.

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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.

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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.

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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). Arrests. Paris, on October 17, 1961.

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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). Cordon of policemen. Paris, on October 17, 1961.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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). Arrests of Algerians and dead people on the pavement. Paris, on October 17, 1961.

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Roger-Viollet | 372036 | Manifestation pacifique organisée par le Front de libération nationale algérien (FLN) en faveur de l'indépendance de l'Algérie. La répression policière dirigée par le préfet de police Maurice Papon est appelée  Massacre du 17 octobre 1961  et les violences contre les manifestants algériens qualifiées de  ratonnades . Stationnement des cars des forces de l'ordre. Paris, 17 octobre 1961. | © Georges Azenstarck / Roger-Viollet
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Manifestation pacifique organisée par le Front de libération nationale algérien (FLN) en faveur de l'indépendance de l'Algérie. La répression policière dirigée par le préfet de police Maurice Papon est appelée "Massacre du 17 octobre 1961" et les violences contre les manifestants algériens qualifiées de "ratonnades". Stationnement des cars des forces de l'ordre. Paris, 17 octobre 1961.

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