Old Photographs of Kabylia

Children in a village, 1962. © Philip Jones Griffiths/Magnum Photos
Children in a village, 1962. © Philip Jones Griffiths/Magnum Photos
Regroupment camp in the mountains, 1962. © Philip Jones Griffiths/Magnum Photos
Boy burned by napalm, 1962. © Philip Jones Griffiths/Magnum Photos
Boy with wounded hand, 1962. © Philip Jones Griffiths/Magnum Photos
Children attempt to recover items from their burned home, 1962. © Philip Jones Griffiths/Magnum Photos
Remains of an olive oil press destroyed by French bombing, 1962. © Philip Jones Griffiths/Magnum Photos
A young Kabyle girl who performs folk dances, Bejaia, 1982. © A. Abbas/Magnum Photos
Young women from a high school folk group perform traditional Kabyle dances, Bejaia, 1982. © A. Abbas/Magnum Photos
Girls perform a Kabyle folk dance, 1982. © A. Abbas/Magnum Photos
The folklore group of Lycée de Bejaia, 1982. © A. Abbas/Magnum Photos
Regroupement camp in the mountains recently abandoned by French troops, 1962. © Philip Jones Griffiths/Magnum Photos
Regroupement camp in the mountains recently abandoned by French troops, 1962. © Philip Jones Griffiths/Magnum Photos
On the outskirts of a regroupement camp in the mountains, 1962. © Philip Jones Griffiths/Magnum Photos
Grandmother and child in a regroupement camp, 1962. © Philip Jones Griffiths/Magnum Photos
Children in a regroupement camp, 1962. The French troops occupied the high ground under the fluttering tri-color flag. © Philip Jones Griffiths/Magnum Photos
Children in a regroupement camp, 1962. The French troops occupied the high ground under the fluttering tri-color flag. © Philip Jones Griffiths/Magnum Photos
Children in a regroupement camp, 1962. The French troops occupied the high ground under the fluttering tri-color flag. © Philip Jones Griffiths/Magnum Photos

Boghni Market, 1982. © A. Abbas/Magnum Photos

Tizi Wezzu, 1942

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