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Because the treaty was not communicated officially to the government in Paris, however, the bey considered this proof of French duplicity and refused the offer.
The first few years of colonial rule were characterized by numerous changes in the French command, and the military campaign began to prove extremely arduous and costly.
Radiodiffusion Télévision Algérienne operates as a broadcasting institution under the Ministry of Information and Culture.
The National Fine Arts Museum of Algiers (1930) houses statues and paintings, including some lesser works of well-known European masters, and the Bardo Museum (1930) specializes in history and ethnography.
Most other cultural institutions also are found in Algiers, including the National Archives of Algeria (1971), the National Library (1835), and the Algerian Historical Society (1963).
The towns of the Mitidja Plain—just outside Algiers—and neighbouring cities fell first to the French.
General Camille Trézel captured Bejaïa in the east in 1833 after a naval bombardment.
The three-century-long period of Algerian history as an autonomous province of the Ottoman Empire had ended.