مجلة عصور الجديدة
Volume 5, Numéro 20, Pages 329-339
الكاتب : فارس العيد .
The nature of the Algerian relations with Morocco and Tunisia,(1830-1847) Algeria, Tunisia and Morocco occupied an important geostrategic position on the Mediterranean Sea. This makes the three states in a daily confrontation with the European great powers in the modern times. With the beginning of the nineteenth century, the colonial powers show ambitions of conquest against the three countries, because of the degradation and weakness of these three countries, the Maghreb become under the colonial domination. Algeria was occupied in 1830, and then Tunisia fell under the French protectorate in 1881, followed by Morocco who fell under the French protection in 1912. This paper The nature of the Algerian relations with Morocco and Tunisia,(1830-1847), is an attempt to study the colonized Algerian relationship with Morocco and Tunisia, still independent, (1830-1847), and what’s were the sequences of the domination of Algeria by France between the two neighbors.
The nature;Algerian relations;Morocco;Tunisia;geostrategic position;Mediterranean Sea;colonial domination
Aït Dahmane Karima
محمد الشيخ برابح