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In spite of uprisings by the Algerian people, France retained control of Algeria through both World War I (1914–18) and World War II (1939–45).
In 1954, the Algerians began a bloody war for independence that lasted almost a decade.
Algeria's culture is strongly influenced by the country's recent history, as well as other aspects such as their literature, music, arts, crafts and religion.
Arabic is Algeria's primary language and is spoken by around 82% of the populace.
Common male names are Abd al-Haq, Hamid, and Abd al-Latif.
Most folklore in Muslim countries concerns important figures in religious history, such as Muhammad.
Nearly a million people were killed between 19, one-tenth of the Algerian population.
Algerian literature is split between French and Arabic and the country has produced a number of famous novelists, Mohammed Dib, Kateb Yacine and Assia Djebar, during the 20th century. The musical genre of Algeria that is best known abroad is Rai.Algerians speak their own Arabic dialect (variation on a language) that includes many slang terms from French.The dialect also includes many Berber words, including place names and names of plants.Many Arabic expressions used in Algeria are religious in nature.When promising to do something, an Algerian Muslim says, Insha Allah (If God wills it).