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civilians during the battle of Algerian forced to unveil themselves

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Jeune femme d'Alger (Algérie - 19e) / Young woman of Algiers (Algeria - 19th) https://azititou.wordpress.com/2012/11/25/une-jeune-femme-a-alger-c1860s/

Jeune femme d'Alger (Algérie - / Young woman of Algiers (Algeria -

A 1960 photograph of an Algerian woman in a French regroupment village. (Photo by Marc Garanger) http://avaxnews.net/educative/Women_Unveiled_Marc_Garangers_Contested_Portraits_of_1960s_Algeria.html

Women Unveiled: Marc Garanger’s Contested Portraits of Algeria

Deq… ou le tatouage kurde « Destana Azadîye

Deq… ou le tatouage kurde

Femmes berbères du Maroc : femmes aït Bou iknifen parées pour un mariage Ouaklim

A new show at the Fondation Pierre Bergé – Yves Saint Laurent celebrates the art and objects of the North African tribe.

Women Unveiled: Marc Garanger’s Contested Portraits of 1960s Algeria

Women Unveiled: Marc Garanger’s Contested Portraits of Algeria

Africa |  Portrait of a Kabyle woman, Algeria.

Classical Berber (Kabyle) women - wearing traditional gear and jewellery.

Jeune femme nommée Zohra (Algérie - 19e) / Young woman called Zohra (Algeria - 19th) https://azititou.wordpress.com/2012/11/28/une-jeune-femme-nommee-zohra/

Jeune femme nommée Zohra (Algérie - 19e) / Young woman called Zohra (Algeria - 19th) https://azititou.wordpress.com/2012/11/28/une-jeune-femme-nommee-zohra/

Yet another group of gorgeous, captivating people. The Tuareg are a nomadic  Berber people found mostly in the Saharan interior of North Africa.  Traditionally, the women do not wear the veil, whereas the men do. The  indigo men's face coverings are believed to ward off evil spirits. The  Tuareg are sometimes called "The Blue People" since the indigo pigments of  their veils and robes stained their skin dark blue.

The Blue People: Tuareg Steeze

Yet another group of gorgeous, captivating people. The Tuareg are a nomadic Berber people found mostly in the Saharan interior of North Africa. Traditionally, the women do not wear the veil, whereas the men do. The indigo men's face coverings are believed to ward off evil spirits. The Tuareg are sometimes called "The Blue People" since the indigo pigments of their veils and robes stained their skin dark blue.

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