The memorial plaque placed on Pont Marie commemorating the murder of Algerians on October 17th 1961.

A memorial plaque was placed on Pont Marie on the 40th anniversary of the brutal repression of a demonstration march of people protesting against a curfew prohibiting Algerians from circulating after 9 pm during the Algerian war of independence. The plaque was put up in the morning, with plenty of speeches by politicians, and people stayed around until late in the evening.

Photographs of demonstrations in Paris.