Battle of Algiers
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Battle of Algiers or Algiers expedition may refer to:
- The Siege of Algiers (1510) by Spain leading to the establishment of the Peñón of Algiers
- The Capture of Algiers (1516) by Aruj Barbarossa
- The Capture of Algiers (1529) by Hayreddin Barbarossa
- The Algiers expedition (1541) by Charles I of Spain, an Ottoman victory
- The Invasion of Algiers (1775) by Spain, a Barbaresque victory
- The Bombardment of Algiers (1783) by Spain
- The Bombardment of Algiers (1784) by Spain, Portugal, Malta, and Sicily
- The Bombardment of Algiers (1816) by an Anglo-Dutch fleet
- The Invasion of Algiers in 1830 by France
- Part of Operation Torch (1942) involving the liberation of Algiers by the Allies and the French Resistance from Vichy
- The Battle of Algiers (1957), was a campaign of guerrilla warfare carried out by the National Liberation Front (FLN) against the French Algerian authorities from late 1956 to late 1957.
- The Battle of Algiers, a 1966 film by Gillo Pontecorvo about the Algerian War
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