Is Algeria powerful?
Algeria has an army, navy, and air force. The Algerian military is recognized to be among one of the most professional and battle-hardened, well-trained militaries in both Africa and the Middle East.
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Answer Algeria is located in the far north of Africa. TheMediterrannean Sea forms its northern border with Morocco to thewest and Tunisia and Libya to the east. Mauritania, Ma…li, and Nigerare to the south. Much of Algeria is covered by the Sahara Desert. See Web Links for a world location map of Algeria. more: aboutalgeria.com/2014/06/where-is-algeria.html
The main religion practiced in Algeria is Islam. About 98 percentof the population is Islam. There are also about 10,000 Christiansthat reside in Algeria.
Algeria was part of France. It was not even designated as a colony,but as seven overseas departments. (This would be similar to howthe US views Hawaii.)
The country that conquered Algeria is France.
The president of Algeria is Abdelaziz Bouteflika. The primeminister of Algeria is Abdelmalek Sellal.
Algeria border with Tunisia, Libya, Niger, Mali, Mauritania,Western Sahara and Morocco.
Algeria has high-grade iron ore, phosphate, mercury, lead, andzinc.
Algeria is more powerfull than Morocco, because they spent the last years more than 6000.000.000 dollar in planes and weapons. They have also more experience in war.
Of course it does.
Algeria Is still a developing country....so its not rich that much
really the Italy country had control Nigeria , and also the the team of France would be the one who really did control the Italy country of the day :)
In World War 2
Briefly yes, mostly the areas near the northern, Mediterranean coast. These nations were all colonies of European nations. Morocco was divided between France and Spain, and Al…geria and Tunisia were French colonies. After the Germans conquered France they installed a puppet government in France, called the "Vichy Regime". This was the national government of France, and was an ally of Germany. Italy tried to conquer Libya, and made such a mess of it that Hitler had to step in and help them out. The Germans sent the Afrika Korps to help the Italians fight the British troops, which were based in the British colonies of Egypt and Palestine. US troops landed in November 1942 in Morocco and Algeria, and for three or four days the Vichy French military forces tried to fight them, before giving up and changing sides. The British were pushing the Afrika Korps westward from Egypt, and US forces closed in from behind, and the end of the struggle came in Tunisia, with the Germans and Italians completely defeated.