Morocco from the policy of escalation against the national movement to the exile of Mohamed v 1952 -1953
Collection titleTwentieth century Morocco
First broadcast date07/28/2004
AbstractDuring the period between 1952 and 1953, Morocco witnessed a conflict between the independence project developed in the 11January petition and the French Union project which stipulates for the integration of Morocco in the union. Through historians' testimonies, the programme illustrates the Moroccan cause and its developments until it acquired an international dimension with the complaint to the international authorities. It also shows pictures illustrating the oppression the national movement was exposed to, how the french authorities took the decision to exile the late Mohamed v on August 20th, 1953 and the declaration of the resistance. Clashes then started and did not stop until the coming back of Mohamed v and the independence of Morocco.
- SNRT - Own production
BroadcasterSNRT - AlAoula
- His Majesty Mohamed V
Primary themeContemporary historical challenges 19th-20th c.
- Historical heritages / Arab and muslim worlds
Credits / Cast
- Alhayane Idriss - Director
- El Harradi Mohamed - Journalist
Period of events
- Morocco - Atlantic coast - Rabat
Media running time14m45
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