“Here we drown Algerians”

On October 17th 1961, more than 300 Algerians were murdered on the streets of the “world capital of culture” Paris, during a protest against the French occupation of Algeria. On that night, more than dozens of Algerians were thrown into the cold waters of the Seine River over the Saint Michel Bridge, a touristic landmark … Continue reading “Here we drown Algerians”