Algierland (English: Algeria, Arabish: الجزائر al-Jazā’ir, Berber: Dzayer, French: Algérie) is a land in northern Africa. It is the twoth greatest land in Africa by land size, greatest in the Between-lands Sea, and eleventh greatest in the world. It's headtown is Algiers, and the rike-aknowledged tongues are Frankish and Arabish, while Berber (which is in truth many tongues) is aknowledged a land-tongue.
In the Olden-eld Algierland was known to Greeks and Romers as Numidia, and its indwellers known as Numidlanders, or Berbers. It was also known by the Phoenicians, who had built a town called Carthage in what now is nearby Tunisland. The Carthaglings gave them an oath of selfstandship if they helped during their Punish War against Rome, although Carthage lost and Numidland became a Romish shire. It was later overcome by the Vandals, and soon had it wrested from them by the Byzantines.
In the Middle-eld, Algierland was overcame by Arabs, who made it a muslim land. The Spanish built many strongholds in Algierland, most of which were later forsaken or sold. It was overcame by the Ottomans in the 16th hundred-year (century); in this time, the Berbers became searobbers (pirates) so well known that the Banded Folkdoms of Americksland had a war against them to shield their trading ships.
In 1830, Frankrike overcame Algierland, which became one of their rikelings (colony). Many Franks bewent there, until in 1954 French foresitter (president) Charles de Gaulle held a folkthing (plebiscite) to answer clepes for selfstandship. The Algierians chose selfstandship, and much of the unmuslim folk had to run away to Frankrike, for the muslims were slaughtering them.