A map showing the progress of French colonisation in Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and the Saharan territories by 1930.
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map of the average skin tone... turkey and Algeria master race, it's settled
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Rare map of Morocco in arabic from 1908 - printed in MΓ©dΓ©a, Algeria
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Map showing the progress of French colonisation in Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia and the Saharan territories by 1930.
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Can you find Algeria on the map?
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Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia on every map about Europe
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Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia on every map about Europe
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I made a 3D map of Algeria, i never found a good 3D map of Algeria so i decided to make one myself. From your neighbor brother, Morocco :)
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Algeria (colonized) map 1914
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I bealieve we will be getting a map set in Algeria at some point.

In the cod cold war multiplayer cutscene where it shows Perseus presumably launching a nuke in colorado, in the parts with POIs shown on a cold war style map, almost every POI correlates to maps in the game, some of which were not even in on launch and have appeared as late as season 2.

Miami-Miami, of course

Nevada-Nuketown 84 (added season 1)

Hannover-Garrison

Berlin-Checkmate

Urals-Fireteam maps (Ruka, Alpine, Golova, and Sanatorium)

Nicaragua-Cartel

North Atlantic-Armada

Angola-Satellite

Moscow-Moscow

Uzbekistan-Crossroads

Laos-Apocalypse (added season 2)

There is only one POI that does not have a map tied to it yet: Algeria. This makes me believe we will get a map set in Algeria at some point during the games life. It cannot just be there when all the other POIs have map tied to them.

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A map showing the progress of French colonisation in Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and the Saharan territories by 1930.
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Map of ottoman Algeria in 1829!
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Why are there no maps of "metropolitan" French Algeria?

I've read from multiple sources that French Algeria was considered an integral part of France during the run-up to WWII. The Pieds Noirs were ultimately a double-digit percentage of the population, and according to Wikipedia's article on French Algeria, "Three civil territories β€” Alger, Oran, and Constantine β€” were organized as Departments of France (local administrative units) under a civilian government. This made them a part of France proper as opposed to a colony."

However, I haven't been able to find any maps of France from the time period (1848-1962) that show "France" in its administrative entirety, together with the departments of Algeria, in one page. E.g., with the departments of Algeria as an inset like one would see Corsica (or today, French Guinea) as integral parts of the territory. I've also searched in French for these kinds of maps and found no examples. What factors (historical, cultural, or political) would contribute to this apparent lack of what seems like a natural kind of map?

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Map of Algeria that i made in a few hours. The labels are in my native language.
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German & Italian forces in North Africa are defending an ever-narrower area of Tunisia, as Allied armies advance from French Algeria to the west & British-occupied Libya to the east (New York Times map):

^- ^Live ^tweets ^from ^1943 ^(@RealTimeWWII) ^| ^February ^12, ^2021

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Map of algeria with all its 4 climates.
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Just finished my game! Day 20! Thx to Algeria and Egypt for being my coalition mates! Im shared map with germany cuz we had to fights some north American gold users but suppressed the decently easy! reddit.com/gallery/kemg73
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Map of the world if algeria never declared independence from france
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A map of Europe and the Levant but I've superimposed Algeria on to various landmasses.
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Map of the Annaba Province, Algeria
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Why is it after Eid Snap maps in Algeria is bombarded with guys flexing their barbecues? πŸ˜‚
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Found on Google Maps that the US embassy museum uses the worst English font in the world, and can't properly translate Algeria
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A map of Europe and the Levant but I've superimposed Algeria on to various landmasses.
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Tamanrasset, Algeria: a town pretty much at the pole-of-inaccessibility of the Sahara Desert (or at least it appears roughly so on a map). [2048Γ—1152]
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Algeria tribal map, 1846
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Flag of BΓ©jaΓ―a, Algeria, on medieval portolan maps from 1325 to 1575
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Old Economic Map of Algeria
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Country statistics of the Algeria +You can see on the map) paintmaps.com/country-sta…
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Alternate history map of French Algeria
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The Road On North Africa's Coast: A Tourist Map to Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, and Egypt (1959) [5000x3338]
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Map of tribes - algeria in 13th century

In the link we can see a visual of the description of Maghreb arabe bu Ibn Khaldoun during his days around the end of the 14th century. Link to the map: https://i.imgur.com/SovHeQc.jpg

It's interesting that the situation didn't change much until the french invasion when they made their new detailed map found in the library of congress on this link: https://www.loc.gov/resource/g8241e.ct003442/?r=0.407,0.182,0.354,0.153,0

Nowadays the situation remains the same. It helps understanding why most of north africans speak arabic and identify themselves as arabs.

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Manuel Neuer - impressive heat map - 1st half - Germany vs Algeria
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Show Algeria: I created a Geolocation Social Network where users can mark the personality group of their city/region around a map. Link in the description ! I made a version in Arabic & French too !

App Links Below (Only Android for now, I'm waiting on Apple to approve the iOS version, will update here when they do):

English: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.orbis.orbis

Arabic: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.orbis.orbis&hl=ar

French: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.orbis.orbis&hl=fr

Hi Algeria. Thanks for taking the time to read this. As described I created a geolocation social networking app for Android. Works like this, you download the app, share your location and then signup (you can use it w/o signing up but since I just published it that probably won't be very useful around your region).

After signing up you create a group or join an existing one. Once you create/join a group you can checkin by pressing the button with the location symbol on the home page which is also the map view. This will prompt google to fill up the nearby places around you, you can also do a GPS checkin or create a place you don't find on the list.

Once you checkin to a place with your group, this will bring you to the map view where you will see the circle with the symbol of your group show up spinning around the place where you just checkedin at. This will also automatically create a place page for the place where you checkedin , you can see that by clicking on the recently created circle.

This circle on the map marks the territory of your group. If there is more checkins on this place, the circle will inflate, and if days go by without anyone checking in that place, the circle will deflate until it dissapears. If other groups checkin and create group circles around your circle and those touch, the oldest circle deflates upon touching, so it's like a competition for territory in this sense. Groups also compete to have the most checkins on a place and therefore "conquer" them, this can be seen on the place page where the group that is place owner has the majority percentage of frequency.

The groups you join/create have a full suite of features like newsfeed (so you can post photos, text & videos), places owned by the group, calendar of events, members. You can check it out by clicking on the group name.

If my explanation confuses you a bit I'm sorry. But the app in itself is very simple

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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[map] 3 months after Southern operation started made signinficant developments in the country #LNA managed to capture all oilfields, secure border with Algeria & enter in most of important localities ... twitter.com/Suriyakmaps/s…
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TIL that When French soldiers and administrators left Algeria after more than a century of colonial rule, they took with them maps of Algeria's maps of underground sewers, gas pipes and electricity lines which they still refuse to hand back reuters.com/article/2012/…
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Map of Constantine (Algeria) in 1940 rerumromanarum.com/2018/0…
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chronological map of france's conquest of algeria [1031x1024]
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Explanation for the lack of maps of "metropolitan" French Algeria

I've read from multiple sources that French Algeria was considered an integral part of France during the run-up to WWII. The Pieds Noirs were ultimately a double-digit percentage of the population, and to pluck from Wikipedia's article on French Algeria, "Three civil territories β€” Alger, Oran, and Constantine β€” were organized as Departments of France (local administrative units) under a civilian government. This made them a part of France proper as opposed to a colony."

But it seems like there are few if any maps of France from the time period (1848-1962) that show "France" in its administrative entirety, together with the departments of Algeria, in one page. E.g., with the departments of Algeria as an inset like one would see Corsica (or today, French Guinea) as integral parts of the territory. This seems strange especially given the tendency of maps to be used as "legitimizing" propaganda (e.g., "Portugal nΓ£o Γ© um paΓ­s pequeno"). What factors (historical, cultural, or political) would contribute to this apparent lack of what seems like a natural kind of map?

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